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Tax & Legal


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Advisory

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Tax Function
Effectiveness






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Exercise 1
Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.
For questions 1 and 2, mark one letter A, B, C or D.
1) After Mohammed Ali ....... an Olympic gold medal he became a
professional boxer.
had won
have won
was winning
D would win
Comments:
2) Like any top sportsman he ... train very hard when he was
fighting.
must
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Exercise 2
Read the following text about the Code of Business Ethics.
Use the words below the text to form one word that fits in the
same numbered gap in the text.
Write the new word in gap.
(1) ....... and ethics have always characterized our
companys way of (2) ....... business. Values such as
trust and loyalty are deeply rooted within our corporate culture.
Good relations among colleagues and with stakeholders are of
fundamental (3) ....... for us.
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integrate -

conduct -

important -

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Exercise 3
Read the passage below. If you agree with the sentences after
the text indicate A (right). If you disagree with the sentence
indicate B (wrong). If there is not enough information to answer
right or wrong, indicate C (not clear).
The Siberian tiger was on the brink of extinction with only
about 40 animals in the wild in the 1940s. Under the Soviet Union,
anti-poaching controls were strict and a network of protected
zones (zapovedniks) were instituted, leading to a rise in the
population to several hundred. Poaching again became a problem
in the 1990s, when the economy of Russia collapsed, local hunters
had access to a formerly sealed off lucrative Chinese market, and
logging in the region increased. While an improvement in the local
economy has led to greater resources being invested in
conservation efforts, an increase of economic activity has led to an
increased rate of development and deforestation.
1) The Siberian Tiger nearly became extinct in the 1940s
2) The range of a female tiger is greater than that of a male
3) The Chinese market opened up in the 1990s
Comments:

Exercise 1:

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D (had to)

Exercise 2:

Integrity ()

Conducting

Importance

Exercise 3:

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