Mid course Test Pall

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In Company Intermediate second edition Name __________________________________ Date ___________ MID-COURSE TEST Section 1: Grammar and Lexis Part A Re-write the following sentences using the words given. See the example. Example: Where is the nearest taxi rank? Could you tell me where the nearest taxi rank is? 1 Can I open the window? Would you mind _________________________? 2 Can you help me finish this report? Would you mind__________________________? 3 I think there’s an earlier flight. Let me try to get you on that one. If ______________________________ , I’ll __________ ____________________ . 4 We can’t employ more people. Our office isn’t big enough. If ______________________________ , we’ll need __________ ____________________ . 5 We’ll lose our jobs if we don’t get more orders. Unless ________________________________________ . 6 Everyone needs to work overtime so that the product is ready in time. The product will be ready providing ______________________________ ________________________________________ . Mid-course Test 1

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In Company Intermediate second edition 7 I joined the company four years ago. I’ve worked ________________________________________ . Part B Read this discussion from a meeting. Each sentence has one wrong word. Cross out the wrong word and write the correct word at the end. See the example. Example: A: OK. let’s get up to business. First, let’s discuss the Germany visit. down 9 B: Can I just enter in for a moment? Do we have to discuss this now? ______ 10 A: Sorry, I don’t quite see what you say. ______ 11 B: In respect, the visit doesn’t need six people to discuss it. ______ 12 A: Does anyone else have any disagree on this? ______ 13 C: To do honest, I agree with Frank. It’s not important. ______ 14 A: OK. Perhaps we can come forward to this later. ______ Part C Complete the e-mail using the words in brackets in either the Past Simple or Present Perfect. Dear Ralph (12) ____________________ you ____________________ (get) my message yesterday about the meeting? I’m afraid it (13) ____________________ (go) very well. They were interested, but if they (14) ____________________ (buy) the rights to our invention, they’d want all the rights – yes, 100%! I (15) ____________________ (give) them a final answer yet because I (16) ____________________ (want) to talk to you first. What do you think? We (17) ____________________ (already / try) three other investors and this is the first with a serious offer. How about I suggest 75%? Mid-course Test 2