First Conditional : if + present simple, will + base form of the verb
This describes a possible condition and its probable result. It is often used to make promises
Ej: If we meet our sales target, we will get a bonus.
Second Conditional: if + past simple, would + base form of the verb
This describes an unlikely condition and its probable result. It is often used to discuss options.
Ej: If he listened more, he would be a better manager.
Interest rate: Cost of borrowing money
Exchange rate: Price at wich one currency can buy another
Inflation rate: General increase in prices
Labour force: people working
Tax incentives: low taxes to encourage business activity
Goverment bureaucracy: official rules/ regulations/ paperwork.
GDP(gross domestic product): Total value of good and services produced in a country
Unemployment rate: percentage of people without jobs
foreign investmnet: money from overseas
balance of trade: difference in value between a country's imports and exports.
912.757.250: nine hundred and twelve million, seven hundred and fifthy seven thousand, two hundred and fifty.
1.25= one point two five ; 0.754 = point seven five four ; 5/7= five- sevenths ; 2/5= two- fifths; 1/2= a half
1/4= a quarter. 65%= sixty- five perfecent, 3.000.000= three million euros [libra=pounds]