• finance
    cleanup period 16.8 What is a revolving credit agreement? How does this agreement differ from the line of credit agreement? What is a commitment fee? A revolving credit agreement is a guaranteed line of credit. Under a line of credit agreement, a firm is not guaranteed that the bank will have funds...
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  • Calender
    . Letter of calling for interview-format. Precautions to be taken while drafting calling letter for written test. Appointment letter-precautions to be taken and a specimen. Termination orders. Letters of business enquiries- types-features. Letters of reply to enquiry- essentials. What is order...
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  • Business
    to the competition? Describe the prospects of new competition entering the market and what impact your business will have on competition. Your business must have a competitive advantage in order to be successful. Consider how your product and/or services differ from the competition. Know your...
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  • Radat
    software. b. spreadsheets. c. macros. d. style sheets. ANSWER: d; DIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 141; TYPE: concept 33. The _____________ feature in software enables you to personalize form letters by inserting names and addresses from a database. a. File merge b. Mail merge c...
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  • The Ambot
    . Consider the following speech situations. They are all spoken and directly interactive, with minimal time for speakers to plan what they say, but these situations differ with respect to other characteristics. Identify the most important differences in the communicative purposes, social relationship...
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  • Professional Communication
    ZENITH INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROFESSINAL COMMUNICATION TOTAL MARKS: 100 PAPER CODE: A CATEGORY: GEN 1) What do you understand by ‘closed punctuation’ in writing business letters? a) How does it differ from mixed punctuation and ‘open punctuation...
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  • A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Letters of Recommendation
    study, including the results from the feature analysis. So what wisdom does this study have to offer to American readers of LRs from abroad, or to NNSs of Engfish writing LRs? American readers' awareness of NNS patterns in structure and forms of support may be helpful in interpreting LRs. The more...
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  • Transformational Rule: Optional and Obligatory
    theory of linguistics. This differs from other descriptive linguistic theories in certain ways that produce characteristic feature in grammatical statements. Certain of these should be pointed out: 1. A transformational grammar is organized in three sections. The first of these describes certain strings...
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  • Bay Day
    expressing assertiveness you are neither too aggressive nor too passive. Assertiveness and aggressiveness differ by an assertive approach shows respect for the contributions and feelings of others, but an aggressive approach fails to consider whether other people will be hurt by what you say. 6. How can...
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  • Rgaergaeaethbrt
    from any other text they have met in their studies. The language of headlines is special and has its own characteristics on the lexical, syntactic, and rhetorical levels for its brevity, attractiveness, and clarity (Reah, 1998). These language features pose a great challenge to foreign learners of...
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  • Chak de Fatte
    ) → enrapture (verb), slave (noun) → enslave (verb). Note that derivational affixes are bound morphemes. In that respect, derivation differs from compounding by which free morphemes are combined (lawsuit, Latin professor). It also differs from inflection in that inflection does not create new lexemes but new...
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  • English Book
    will examine types of specifications common to the computer industry. Then we will examine the importance and main features of analysis reports. We will also see that terms and conventions often differ from company to company, but the general framework is similar. Introduction: For everyone involved...
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  • Living and Working in the Community
    copies from staff | |3 | |Start by giving some notes on the characteristics of a Feature Article. Include: |room/library...
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  • Management Communivcation
    words that are absolutely necessary for getting around. c. will show respect by making every effort to learn the language. d. should only deal with natives who can speak English. ANSWER: c; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 77; TYPE: concept 22. Letters from Japanese businesspeople tend to be...
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  • Stylistics
    morphology, Stylistic lexicology, Stylistic syntax Whatever level we take, stylistics is describes not what is in common use, but what is specific in this or that respect, what differentiates one sublanguage from others. General (non-stylistic) phonetics investigates the whole articulatory...
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  • International Trade
    conditions of sale. It may contain full details of the goods required, their description, catalogue numbers or grades, sizes, weights or other distinguishing features, time and method of delivery etc. As soon as the exporter receives a business inquiry from party abroad, it should be promptly attended to...
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  • Interpersonal Communication
    approach, and this feature is expanded in the seventh edition. Chapters include not only needs work and looks good examples but also illustrate actual business e-mails and letters from China, France, Germany, and the Czech Republic. E-mail receives additional attention as business correspondence, and...
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  • Management in Action
    Unit 1 Synoptic Studies: Applying the Key Theories and Concepts from Other Modules Contents A. B. The Synoptic Approach The Key Theories in Other Modules Organisational Behaviour Financial Accounting Economic Principles and Their Application to Business Quantitative Methods for Business and...
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  • Notes of Methodology
    from the initial letters of the name of an organization or a scientific term, etc. They differ from initialisms in that they are pronounced as words ratherthan as sequences of letters, such as: NATO, BASIC, OPEC, SALT, SAM, TEFL, UNESCO, Laser, radar II. Clipping or Shortening The...
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  • U211 Key Terms
    with others or listened to on audio or DVD extracts. At a job interview, the applicant may use whole phrases out of information material in which the grammar may differ from spontaneous speech. Example: vocabulary will differ in an email, essay, official letter etc. Modal forms* express the...
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