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Tipos de Negocios III/ Types of Businesses

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CULTURAL NOTES: Hispanic business people want to create a rapport and get to know you before doing business with you; therefore, it is considered normal talking about friendships, family, and other personal matters (including age and marital status) at a business meal. It is customary to do business while sharing lunch or dinner.

WORDS TO LEARN: Please, repeat aloud each example.

sociedad unipersonal ( f ), ( adj ) sole propietorship
inmobiliaria ( f ) real estate company
sin fines de lucro prep, ( m pl ), prep, ( m ) non-profit
sociedad comanditaria por acciones ( f ), -o ( adj ), prep, ( f pl ) partnership limited by shares
sociedad anónima (S.A.), corporación ( f ), -o( adj ), ( f ) corporation


Personal Pronouns: Differences with English. Review rules.


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1. En los Estados Unidos las representan el 80% (porciento) de los negocios.

2. Y las representan el 20% de las compañías. (2 respuestas correctas)

3. Esta es estatal.

4. Nuestra compañía es una

5. La Cruz Roja es una organización


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