Welcome to our section of Business English vocabulary exercises for intermediate and upper-intermediate level. In these short exercises you can practise:
- specific area of Business English vocabulary (finance, sales, marketing, etc.)
- vocabulary commonly used in working environments.
Each exercise has:
- definitions of words relevant to business
- pronunciation of words
- examples of usage
- a comprehension quiz to test you on the vocabulary.
We add new exercises all the time so be sure to visit again to practise and build your Business English vocabulary.
|Area of business vocabulary||Vocabulary / Words||Type|
|most recent exercises||Phrases in business emails||multiple-choice|
|Prepositions in business emails||multiple-choice|
|1.||Financial verbs||lend, borrow, owe, invoice, afford exercise 1||multiple-choice|
|lend, borrow, owe, invoice, afford exercise 2||multiple-choice|
|issue, due, reminder||gap-fill|
|2.||‘Practical’ verbs||check, be out of order, fix, remove, work exercise 1||multiple-choice|
|check, be out of order, fix, remove, work exercise 2||gap-fill|
|3.||Sales and marketing words||expansion, break even, a deal, a target, a retailer||text gap-fill|
|4.||Verbs describing trends||raise, rise, lower, fall, grow exercise 1||multiple-choice|
|raise, rise, lower, fall, grow exercise 2||gap-fill|
|5.||Words describing sales trends||reach, remain, increase, a rise, a fall||text gap-fill|
|6.||Verbs beginning with ‘ex’||extend, exclude, expect, expand, exaggerate exercise 1||multiple-choice|
|extend, exclude, expect, expand, exaggerate exercise 2||gap-fill|
|7.||‘Practical’ verbs||damage, maintain, break, repair, assemble||multiple-choice|
|8.||Business correspondence||attach, enclose, forward, reply (correspondence verbs) ex. 1||multiple-choice|
|attach, enclose, forward, reply exercise 2||gap-fill|
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