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I think we should begin by listing all of the most attractive qualities of our company. We shouldn't be considering just the basic qualities, like good benefits and competitive salaries. Many other companies have these qualities; we need something that makes us unique or different from them.
However, we must limit the list, since we can't include everything. Therefore, I've asked the human resources department to assist us by giving us a list of the few truly unique characteristics that they think the brochure ought to stress.
After doing some brainstorming myself, I've come up with the following characteristics: job security, stock options for employees, physical fitness centers on site, and open communication. Do a little brainstorming yourself, and after thinking about all the appealing qualities of our company, please email a limited list to me.
See you at the meeting this afternoon,
How will the human resources department help?
(A) by producing a brochure that appeals to all companies
(B) by helping to characterize the basic qualities
(C) by identifying some special qualities
(D) by stressing the importance of the brochure
My answer is A
Look at the word brainstorming in the email. Which phrase means the same thing as ?
(A) qualifying the characteristics
(B) providing services for potential employees
(C) contacting employees
(D) thinking about as many ideas as possible
My answer is D
Your second answer is correct.
After read the article more carefully, my answer is C.
Because "I think we should begin by listing all of the most attractive qualities of our company."
jiangccmy answer is C.Correct, but more accurately because "I've asked the human resources department to assist us by giving us a list of the few truly unique [special] characteristics [qualities] that they think the brochure ought to stress."
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