Describing Graphs


Have a look at the graph below and decide if the following statements are likely or unlikely to be true:
  • 1. Sales for the 12 month period were more or less what had been anticipated.
  • 2. The person describing the graph will be full of enthusiasm.
  • 3. Events probably occurred over the 12 months that could not be forecasted.
  • 4. As the graph shows expected growth, there is no way of knowing how the company did from a financial perspective.
  • 5. The person describing the graph will no doubt try to blame other departments in the company for any failures.

Listening: General Comprehension

1. Now Listen and check your ideas from the Introduction.

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