U7 training: sole traders, partnerships, limited companies, franchises, cooperatives

10 esercizi
SVOLGI
Tipo di esercizi
Scelta multipla,
Completamento aperto,
Completamento chiuso,
Posizionamento,
Domande in serie
Libro
Business for the Future
Capitolo
Unit 7 - The Business World
INFO

Lingua inglese

Business organisations
1. Most________ business organizations are  in size and functioning.
2. Not all business organizations have the purpose of making ________.
3. Businesses of the private sector can be set up either by individuals or by ________.
4. Many ________ are run by States.
5. Non-profit business is focused on improving ________ conditions of people.
6. Business organizations take care of every aspect from deciding how to carry on activities to reaching the final ________.
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Sole traders
Select the statements that refer to sole traders.
A: It is a business run by a single individual.
B: The business owner shares responsibilities with a group of collaborators.
C: More than half of business in the UK are one-man businesses.
D: A sole trader can hire employees.
E: One-man businesses are very common in goods manufacturing.
F: Small shops are usually owned by single individuals.
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Partnerships
Decide whether the following statements are true or false.
A: A partnership is made of two or more people who work together.
B: It is easier to collect the money needed to set up a business when more than one person is involved.
C: Partnerships are very common in firms.
D: he document that contains the terms agree by the partners is called Deed of Partners.
E: Profits are always equally divided among partners.
F: Unlimited Partnership is more risky for all the partners that have set it up.
G: The legal responsibility for the partnership is called liability.
H: In Limited Partnerships, not all partners have the same responsibility.
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Limited companies
Match each term to the correct definition.

1. Companies in which partners are not completely legally responsible in case of business failure. ________
2. People who invest their money in a business. ________
3. The amount of money that each shareholder earns depending on the company's profits.________
4. The total amount of money earned by a company while running a business, deducted by the expenses.________
5. The group of people who is actually in charge of running a business and is voted by the shareholders. ________
6. The person who executes the decisions made by the Board of Directors. ________
7. The meeting that must be called for at least once a year in every Limited Company. ________
8. A prediction of the future of the company.________
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Franchises
Decide whether the following statements are true or false.
A: A franchise is a very expensive way for a company to broaden a business.
B: To open a franchise business, the franchisee needs to get permission from the franchisor.
C: A management service fee is a sum of money that the franchisee pays to the franchisor when setting up the business.
D: The franchisor gives the franchisee only the money necessary to pay the rent of the premises where the franchise shop.
E: Thanks to franchises, franchisors can earn profits without physically working in the franchise shop.
F: The franchisor takes advantage from the fact that the franchisee lives in the area where the franchise shop is opened and knows it well.
G: The franchisee can decide how to run the business.
H: The franchisee does not need to invest much money on business promotion.
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Cooperatives
1. The ________ of a cooperative own and manage this type of business.
2. Sometimes, cooperatives are composed of ________ who benefit from their activities.
3. Generally, cooperatives are ________ companies.
4. In cooperatives, decisions are made according to the members' ________.
5.  Not all cooperatives are willing to make ________.
6.  Sometimes cooperatives pay ________ taxes than other types of businesses.
7. The majority of cooperatives is concerned about ________ and environmental issues.
8. Cooperatives normally receive help from ________.
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The birth of a business
Decide whether the following statements are true or false.
A: The majority of new businesses aims at reviving traditional jobs that have disappeared in recent times.
B: To set up a startup, you need to offer to the market something that does not already exist.
C: Startups are generally a successful business.
D: Angel Investors are businesspeople who invest in startups.
E: Angel Investors invest their money without asking anything in return.
F: Popular social media like Facebook and Instagram were originally startups.
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The external growth of a business
1. Businesses can grow both internally and ________.
2. When a business grow externally, this can be due either to an acquisition (or takeover) or to a ________.
3. The process of two business banding together is called ________.
4. When two companies that operate in different area join together, we have ________.
5. A temporary cooperation between two companies is called joint ________.
6. In co-branding, two or more companies conceive a ________ brand to expand their business.
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Multinational companies
Select the correct sentences.
A: Multinational companies and global corporations operate in the same way.
B: A parent company manages other companies that work for it.
C: Subsidiaries operate under the same name as parent companies.
D: Parent companies take the most advantage from being part of a multinational company.
E: Multinational companies account for more than one third of the world's production.
F: Despite being very wealthy, multinational companies do not have an influence on relations among countries.
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Inside companies
1. It is elected by a company's shareholders ________
2. The most influential person in the Board of Directors ________
3. The person who manages the company ________
4. A person who reports to the CEO ________
5. A person who manages a department ________
6. A person who works for a company ________
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