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Tipos de Negocios IIa/ Types of Businesses

AUDIO: Click on an underlined word for audio; to hear the word again, click on the PLAY button of the audio player to maximize the use of your computer's resources. More info.

CULTURAL NOTES: Spanish business people tend to be conservative and formal on the first meeting; however, they loosen up and become very friendly after a few meetings. It is recommended to begin speaking by using usted instead of . If they tell you, "Me puede tutear," which means "you may use tú to address me, " you may use . Go slowly in establishing a relationship and avoid taking a lead in addressing your foreign counterpart on a first name basis unless he/ she asks you to do so.



DICTATION: Click on a number, and listen carefully. Type in your answer on the space provided. Please, repeat aloud each example.

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Pair-matching: Enter your answer in the 3rd. column.

a. general partner
b. holdings
c. joint venture
d. subsidiary
e. manager


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