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    Difficult Test

    Hi.
    Could you help me with this test? Its very important for me. Thank you.

    2_1 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "define strengths weaknesses of competitors"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_2 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "expand on areas of strength"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_3 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "profile the potential market"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_4 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "define opportunities and threats of market"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_5 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "list major competitors"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_6 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "identify areas where the company is weak"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_7 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "indenfity areas where the company is strong"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_8 Match the tasks below with the heading. Write A, B or C
    "profile the current market"
    A: Document the market size
    B: Competitive analysis
    C: Create a positioning strategy


    2_9 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "across the board"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_10 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "dog-eat-dog"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_11 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "mean business"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_12 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "come out fighting"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_13 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "uphill battle/struggle"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_14 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "out of your depth"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_15 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "a tough nut to crack"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_16 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "every cloud has a silver lining"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_17 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "down to the wire"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_18 Business Idioms. Match the idioms to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "on the right track"
    A: a difficult task often with people obstructing
    B: serious and committed to achieve a goal
    C: inexperienced or not in control
    D: something hard to do or understand
    E: affecting everyone equally
    F: very eager to argue or fight
    G: doing something correctly or well
    H: look for a positive side to negative events
    I: suspenseful: unsettled until the last moment
    J: everyone is competitive with each other


    2_19 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "look ahead"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_20 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "pull together"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_21 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "go for"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_22 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "think through"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_23 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "pull off"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_24 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "catch on"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events


    2_25 Business Phrasal Verbs. Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings. Write the correct letter.
    "weigh up"
    A: attempt to achieve
    B: consider the consequences of something
    C: succeed in doing something difficult
    D: become popular or acceptable
    E: work together for a common goal
    F: consider carefully before deciding
    G: think about or plan for future events

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    Re: Difficult Test

    And it's very important for me:

    • not to do peoples' homework for them
    • to use apostrophes when necessary (example: "it's important")


    Have a go yourself and post the answers here.

    b

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