English Sentences related with Business & Dealings

We are providing you some of the very important sentences related with day-to-day dealings and Businesses. Such sentences shall certainly instill you with confidence during the interactions with the customers, shop-keepers and people. So get ready to read, consumeĀ  and digest them.

English Sentences related with Business & Dealings First of all here are some sentences related with various Dealings –

1. Count your money, please.

2. I am hard up these days. ( shortage of money).

3. I am running out of funds. ( run out – finish)

4. Death pays all debts.

5. Settle the wages / salary.

6. We don’t lend as it causes problem in the relationship.

7. How much is the cash in hand for the business ?

8. Give the girls Rs 10 /- each.

9. Deposit the money in the bank.

10. How to make the bill – in cash or by cheque ?

11. He is not after money.

12. What is your occupation ?

13. How is the job/ business going on ?

14. Keep the accounts clear forĀ  further transactions.

15. Have you got your wages ?

A few sentences related with Business –

16. He is under debt.

17. Money begets money, that’s why the rich are becoming richer day-by-day.

18. How much does this book cost ?

19. Does he have any dealings with you ?

20. He has got the cheque encashed ?

21. My business is flourishing these days.

22. They have signed a deal.

23. He has wound up his old business. ( closed permanently)

24. He deals in sugar. ( sugar related business )

25. How much is the bill, please ?

26. Do you have the change ?

27. Keep the change with yourself ?

28. Have you invested in the share-market ?

29. Are you in job or business ?

30. We take money in advance.

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Updated: August 15, 2016 — 7:17 pm

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  1. Dear sir
    Fall in try to clear the basic concept of long sentences used while speaking through the analysis of transformation and hindi vibhaktees likewise the native speakers of UK. One may come into the routine of speaking his entire sense in a single breathe.
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