Business Phrasal Verbs

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Athelstan, Feb 1, 2008 - Education - 129 pages
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Business Phrasal Verbs (CorpusLAB Series) contains explanations and exercises related to the most common phrasal verbs used in Business English. The book also covers common phrases and collocations used in Business English. So, for example, the book covers not just a phrasal verb like "put in" but phrases such as "put in a bid." The book is informed by the analysis of American English used in business situations and the example sentences used in the book are based on real language.
 

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Contents

DEAL WITH
7
LOOK AT
9
SETUP
10
CALL FOR
11
deal with look at set up call for
13
GOON
14
COME FROM
15
WORK ON
16
PUT ON
55
GO THROUGH
57
take on file for put on go through
59
CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 4
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GO INTO
62
FIGURE OUT
63
FOCUS ON
64
GET OUT
66

COME IN
17
go on come from work on come in
19
CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 1
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DEPEND ON
23
PICKUP
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MEET WITH
25
look for depend on pick up meet with
26
MAKEUP
27
DO WITH
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ACCOUNT FOR
29
RELY ON
30
make up do with account for rely on
31
CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 2
32
TAKE OVER
34
POINT OUT
35
GIVE UP
36
END UP
37
take over point out give up end up
38
SPIN OFF
39
ENTER INTO
40
COME UP
41
BUILD UP
43
spin off enter into come up build up
44
CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 3
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SHUT DOWN
47
SPECIALIZE IN
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FIND OUT
49
PUT IN
50
shut down specialize in find out put in
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TAKE ON
53
FILE FOR
54
go into figure out focus on get out
67
GET INTO
68
TURN OUT
69
GO BACK
70
COMPLY WITH
72
get into turn out go back comply with
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CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 5
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KEEP UP
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GET BACK
77
CONTRACT OUT
79
COME OUT
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keep up get back contract out come out
83
BRING IN
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PAYOFF
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LAY OFF
86
BRING OUT
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bring in pay off lay off bring out
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CORPUSLAB EXERCISES 6
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CUTBACK
91
HEAD UP
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ROLL OUT
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DRAW UP
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cut back head up roll out draw up
95
Theme Unit Human Resources
96
Theme Unit Sales and Marketing
97
Theme Unit Manufacturing
98
Theme Unit Takeovers
99
ANSWER KEY
101
INDEX of Business Phrasal Verbs and Idioms
127
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About the author (2008)

Dr. Alejandro Terrazas is president of VRSciences, a startup company developing VR therapies for the treatment of mental disorders including addiction and age-related memory impairments. The company also conducts research and develops software for simulation and training in virtual urban environments. Alex is an expert in functional brain imaging, neurophysiology and the brain mechanisms of navigation and memory formation in virtual environments. He previously held the position of associate director of the Machine Interface Network Design (MIND) Lab at Michigan State University where he oversaw research in telepresence, virtual environments, and 3D graphics. Dr. Terrazas received his Ph.D. in Cognition and Neural Systems from the University of Arizona.

John Ostuni graduated from Rutgers University with a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. Since that time, he has worked at the National Institutes of Health where he is currently a senior staff scientist in the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center. He has taught various courses in Java and C++, and his current interests are medical image processing and converting research-based software into clinical applications. He currently resides in Maryland with his wife Sandra and his two sons Steven and Anthony.

Dr. Michael Barlow (he prefers simply to be called Spike) is the founding director of the Virtual Environment and Simulation Laboratory (VESL) and a senior lecturer within the School of Computer Science at the University of New South Wales, ADFA (Australian Defence Force Academy).

For the past 15 years, Spike has been an active researcher in the area of media and speech recognition in particular, including a stint of two years inJapan's NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone) Human Interface Laboratories working on Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition. His other major research areas include virtual environments for scientific visualization and education and multi-agent systems for simulation and modeling.

Spike has taught Java at the university level for several years. He currently teaches courses on OO programming, data structures, multimedia, and virtual environments.

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