Business English Questions- Gaps Pairwork

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Grammar Topic: Questions
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Published: 6th Mar 2011

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Business questions missing words pairwork
Student A

Each section below has questions with the same word missing. Choose one section and  
read out any of the sentences there with a silence or hum to show the missing part, and let  
your partner guess just once. If they are right, they will do the same for you with a  
sentence from their own (different) worksheet. If they are wrong, give them another  
example from the same section. Continue until they get it right or you run out of  
examples. 

Who
________ do you work for?
________ are your main competitors?
________ is your company owned by?

For
Who do you work ________?
Which company do you work ________?
Could I speak to you ________ a moment?
Could you help me ________ a moment?
Do you have any plans ________ the weekend?

Company
What is your ________’s name?
Which ________ do you work for?
What does your ________ do?
Is it a big ________?

Your
Can you tell me ________ name?
What is ________ company’s name?
What does ________ company do?
What’s ________ name again?
What is ________ job?
What’s ________ telephone number?
What’s ________ boss’s name?

I
Could ________ speak to you for a moment?
Can ________ have another drink, please?
May ________ introduce myself?
Can ________ introduce you to my colleague?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

Business questions missing words pairwork
Student B

Each section below has questions with the same word missing. Choose one section and  
read out any of the sentences there with a silence or hum to show the missing part, and let  
your partner guess just once. If they are right, they will do the same for you with a  
sentence from their own (different) worksheet. If they are wrong, give them another  
example from the same section. Continue until they get it right or you run out of  
examples. 

Do
What does your company ________?
What ________ you do?
What ________ you specialise in?
Which department ________ you work in?
Where ________ you come from?

Where
________ are you from?
________ is your head office?
________  does your company have offices?
________ do you come from?
________  do you work?

Does
What time ________ the meeting start?
How many employees ________ your company have?
________ your company have any subsidiaries?
________  your company have any offices abroad?

How
________ long have you been working here?
________ has your week been?
________ many employees does your company have?
________ are you (today)?

Your
What are ________ main duties/ responsibilities?
How has ________ week been?
How long have you been working for ________ company?
How was ________ weekend?
Do you like ________ job?
What was ________ first job?
Is this ________ first job?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

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