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The sixty years of Jewish–Roman wars in the second half of the 1st century and the first half of the 2nd century were exceptional in their duration and violence.
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Roman Empire - Wikipedia
of the empire was furthered by a degree of social stability and economic prosperity that Rome had never before experienced. Uprisings in the provinces were infrequent, but put down "mercilessly and swiftly" when they occurred. [21] <span>The sixty years of Jewish–Roman wars in the second half of the 1st century and the first half of the 2nd century were exceptional in their duration and violence. [22] The success of Augustus in establishing principles of dynastic succession was limited by his outliving a number of talented potential heirs. The Julio-Claudian dynasty lasted for




L’amélioration des processus est facile à négliger si vous recherchez l’augmentation des profits à court terme, alors qu’elle est indispensable à la viabilité à long terme de l’entreprise.
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Faire fonctionner une entreprise, c’est créer et distribuer de la valeur à des clients qui achètent ; ce n’est pas orchestrer de la fraude légale.
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Comment les entreprises fonctionnent. Globalement, une affaire qui marche distribue 1) quelque chose de valeur 2) à des individus qui le désirent ou en ont besoin, 3) à un prix qu’ils sont prêts à payer, d’une manière qui 4) satisfait
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leurs attentes afin de 5) dégager des profits suffisants pour lui permettre de poursuivre son activité. Les concepts des chapitres 1 à 5 décrivent le fonctionnement des entreprises et comment vous pouvez améliorer vos résultats.
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Comment les hommes et les femmes fonctionnent. Toute entreprise est fondée par des individus et survit en bénéficiant à d’autres individus. Pour comprendre comment les entreprises fonctionnent, vous devez avoir une solide connaissance de l’être humain
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Comment les systèmes fonctionnent. Les entreprises sont des systèmes complexes constitués de nombreuses pièces mobiles et existant au sein de systèmes encore plus complexes – secteurs d’activité, sociétés, cultures et États
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Heureusement, inutile de réinventer la roue : d’excellents ouvrages existent déjà dans ces deux domaines. Si vous souhaitez approfondir le sujet, je vous recommande les livres suivants : Comprendre la finance – pour les non-financiers et les étudiants de Karen Berman et Joe Knight
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us recommande les livres suivants : Thinking Statistically de Uri Bram How To Lie with Statistics de Darrell Huff Turning Numbers into Knowledge de Jonathan G. Koomey, PhD
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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

1 Did the fire do / make much damage to the factory?

Answer
1 Did the fire do much damage to the factory?

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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

2 I hate doing / making my homework at the last minute.

Answer
2 I hate doing my homework at the last minute.

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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

3 You must do / make an eff ort to work harder.

Answer
3 You must make an eff ort to work harder.

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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

4 Did you do / make any work at the weekend?

Answer
4 Did you do any work at the weekend?

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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

5 We are trying to do / make improvements to the system for registering.

Answer
5 We are trying to make improvements to the system for registering.

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Question

Choose the correct collocation, do or make.

6 Do you think it would do / make any harm if I cut some leaves off this plant?

Answer
6 Do you think it would do any harm if I cut some leaves off this plant?

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Question

You are designing a questionnaire for your school website. Complete each question with do or make.

1 Do you .......................... your best to be on time when meeting a friend?

2 Do you ever .......................... the cooking at home?

3 Do you .......................... excuses if someone asks you to .......................... a big favour for them?

4 Do you ever .......................... negative comments about your friends’ hair, clothes, etc?

5 Do you find it easy to .......................... friends?

Answer

1 Do you do your best to be on time when meeting a friend?

2 Do you ever do the cooking at home?

3 Do you make excuses if someone asks you to do a big favour for them?

4 Do you ever make negative comments about your friends’ hair, clothes, etc?

5 Do you find it easy to make friends?


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Question
He was very embarrassed and his face [got red].
Answer

Go is often used for sudden, usually negative, changes:

He was very embarrassed and his face went red.


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Question
Suddenly the sky got very dark and it started to rain.
Answer

Go is often used for sudden, usually negative, changes:

Suddenly the sky went very dark and it started to rain.


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Question
The pages of the book had [got yellow] over the years.
Answer

Go can also be used for slower colour changes:

The pages of the book had gone yellow over the years.


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Question
The sky [got gold] as the sun set.
Answer

Turn often collocates with colours:

The sky turned gold as the sun set.


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When the tomatoes [got red], the farmers pick them and sell them.
Answer

Turn often collocates with colours:

When the tomatoes turn red, the farmers pick them and sell them.


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The news gave his mother such a shock that her hair [got white] overnight.
Answer

Turn often collocates with colours:

The news gave his mother such a shock that her hair turned white overnight.


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Question
She gave up smoking when she got pregnant.
Answer

Get and become can often be used with the same collocations, but become is more formal and is therefore more appropriate in essays:

She gave up smoking when she became pregnant.


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Question
I would like to get involved in raising money for charity.
Answer

Get and become can often be used with the same collocations, but become is more formal and is therefore more appropriate in essays:

I would like to become involved in raising money for charity.


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