By Helen Kalkstein Fragiadakis
All transparent teaches scholars to acknowledge and bring the high-frequency idioms, words, and modern expressions wanted in a number of conversational events. each one lesson focuses before everything on chunks of language within the type of idioms and different expressions (collocations) after which presents many based and communicative actions for talking, listening, grammar, writing, pronunciation, and public talking perform.
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I) r- t (h) 48 Receiving Supplies .. 9 management mark:e ti ng Make and Do The use of the verbs make and do often causes difficulties for learners of English. g. to do an exercise, to do your homework). an enquiry an application an offer a deal a request an excuse money a profit or a loss an appointment arrangements or plans a complaint k an apology rna e a choice a decision a forecast a mistake progress a phone call an effort an attempt certain or sure a business trip changes, or an improvement business a job some work an exercise homework good wrong the accounts do your duty an experiment research well, or better someone a favour damage or harm repairs something to, or for, or with someone something for a living Complete the following sentences with the correct form of either make or do, and one of the words or expressions from the boxes above.
Time g. 3 marketing Factory Capacity EXERCISE 1 Ten sentences in the text are unfinished. Choose the correct sentence endings from a to j below. Manufacturing companies have to make difficult decisions concerning the size of their production capacity. Having a large capacity enables a firm to meet unexpected increases in demand. When there is strong market growth and insufficient capacity you have to move fast: insufficient capacity, leading to a long lead time and slow service, may cause customers to go to other suppliers, and [1.
D. Sure, but the big Japanese manufacturers have large networks of subcontractors, and the whole system is based on long-term 6. Are there other advantages, apart from reduced inventory costs? relationships and mutual trust. e. That's the idea. 7. So why don't we do it in Europe and the States? JIT regards inventories as avoidable costs, rather than as assets. f. Well, nothing is bought or produced until it is needed. Each section of the production process makes the necessary units only when they are required by the next stage of the manufacturing process, or by distributors or customers.