Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 – 8.0 – 9.0: Employment (Part 2)
Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 – 8.0 – 9.0:Employment – Practice Exercises and Answer Key (Part 2)
Use the verbs from the box below to complete the sentences. All verbs should be used at least once and some will be needed more than once. The form of the verb should be changed where necessary.
- Street vendors ______ their trade on street corners across the country.
- Please, if you have a grievance, by all means ______ it; we don’t want there to be any bad feeling.
- He has ______ in his notice; how are we going to be able to replace him?
- Either ______ your resignation or I will fire you; it’s as simple as that.
- I can’t seem to ______ down a job much longer than a couple of months.
- I’m ______ a career break to do some travelling while I’m still young and fit enough to make the most of it.
- We’re ______ your contract of employment immediately on account of your abusive behaviour.
- You are in ______ of your contract; consider yourself of your duties as of now.
- Why don’t you ______ a leave of absence to sort out your personal problems and come back to us when you are fully better.
- We had no choice but to ______ off two-thirds of the workforce.
- I’m being ______ redundant – they’re giving me a £250,000 pay-off.
- The company ______ under, leaving its 50-odd staff jobless.
- If you continue to behave so irresponsibly, rest assured that you will be ______ the sack.
- I ______ my expenses back for the train journey I took to the meeting in Hoburn.
- You should ______ for that position; I think you would be perfect for it!
- On account of having ______ one of my targets, I forfeited my bonus; such is life…
- I am presently jobless and ______ the dole.
- I intend to ______ my notice period out in full.
- I am not prepared to ______ on new responsibilities unless I receive a pay rise.
- The staff at all ten of their centers ______ a lightning strike.
- We ______ on strike about 6 days ago; so far management have refused to negotiate.
- This industrial dispute is now drawing to a close as both parties have agreed to ______ into negotiations on a compromise agreement.
- You ______ a hard bargain, but I agree that your role in this company is central to its success; therefore, I am prepared to offer you a considerable pay rise.
- We were forced to ______ industrial action when our salaries were by 10%.
- I have to ______ you go, I’m afraid; it’s just not working out for you here if you are honest with yourself, is it?
- His determination is commendable, but to ______ the corporate ladder he will also require no small measure of cunning.
- I ______ an offer on the table but it has been firmly . In light of this, I have nothing further to say. See you in court.
- Both parties have agreed to ______ to the negotiating table in an effort to a compromise.
- We are being ______ in the courts for damages as a result of an allegation of unfair dismissal.
- She was ______ on the grounds that she was no longer mentally fit to carry out her role.
- I ______ the motion, which was seconded by my superior, Roger.
- She was ______ for the position because the interviewing panel felt there were other candidates with more relevant experience.
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