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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company, not a blue ship company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.

Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day -- no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save on expenses. I made many cold calls . I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sells. I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hotcakes . I was happy. The company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black, not in the red . The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry --a real big gun , if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.

My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot . He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is, he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a bang for the buck . He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program, Words and their Stories, was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company, not a blue chip company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.

Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day -- no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save on expenses. I made many cold calls . I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sells. I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hotcakes . I was happy. The company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black, not in the red . The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry --a real big gun , if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.

My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot . He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is, he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a bang for the buck . He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program, Words and their Stories, was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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Now the VOA Special English program words and their stroies.

There are many special terms in the world of business,the following stroy is about a sweet heart deal which are / last week.I made the deal with a friend and we both made profit.

I have started a small company several years ago.I worked hard to make it successful.It was a / making business.It was the small company not of a blue / company.It was not know nationally for the quality of its science.It did not make millions of dollars in profits.And it was private it was not a public company which shares treated on the stock market.Still I worked hard building up my business.I did not work only a few hours each day,no / hours for me.Instead I spend many hours each day,Seven days a week tring to grow the company.I never / corners or try to save on the /.I made many cold /,I called on possible bias from a least of people I had ever seen.Such / were often hard sales I had to be very /.Sometimes I sold my science at loss I did not make money on my product.When this happened there were cut downs I have to use fewer supprise and reduce the number of workers.

But after several years the company / even.Profits or / to / and soon after I began to gain ground.My science were saling very quickly,they were saling like hot cakes.I was happy,the company is moving forward and making real progress.It was in the black not in the red,the company is making monkey not losing it.My friend knew about my business,he is a leader in the / making industry,a real big guy.If you know what I mean,he offered to buy my company.My friend wanted to take it to public,he wanted to sale shares in the company to the generally public.My friend believed it was best to strike while the / is hot.He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait.He offered me a // estimate at the / he would pay to buy my company.But I knew he is on educated guess,as know my company was worth much more.He ask it been / to / the numbers.That is he ask he is a / to take a close look at the finances of my company,and decide how much it was worth.Then my friend increased his offer.My friend offical offer was finally gaven to me in black and white.It was reporten on paper and more than I ever dreamed,I was finally able to get a break.I make a huge profit on my company.And my friend also got a ban for the /,he got a success business for the money /.

This VOA Special English program words and their stories.Was wroten by //,I'm //.
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now the voa special english program words and their stories.

there are many special terms in the world of business.the following story is about a sweetheart deel which i made last week.i made the deel with a friend,and we both made a profit.i have started a small company several years ago.i worked hard to make it succsessful.it was a Sign making business.it was a small company,not a blue cheap company.it was not known nationally for the qulity of the Signs ,it did not make millions of dollors in profits.and it was private,it was not a public company which shares traded on the stock market.still,i worked hard buliding up my business,i did not work only a few hours each day,no banker's hours for me.instead,i spend many hours each day,seven days a week,trying to grow the company.i never cut corners or try to save on expensives.i made many cold calls,i called on possible buyers from a list of people i had never seen.such calls were often hard sells,i have to be very firm.

sometimes,i sold my Signs at a loss,i did not make money on my product.when this happened ,there were cut backs,i had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers.but after several years the company broke even.profits were equal to expenses,and soon after,i began to gain ground.my Signs were selling very quickly,they were selling like heart cakes.i was happy,the company was moving forward and making real progress.it was in the black,not in the red.the company was making money not losing it.

my friend knew about my business,he is a leader in the Sign making industry, a real big gun if you know what i mean. he offered to buy my company,my friend wanted to take it public,he wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.my friend believed it was best to strick where the air is hot.he wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait.he offered me a ballpark estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company.but i knew his uneducated guess was low,my company was worth much more.he asked his been counter to crunch the numbers that is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and deside how much it was worth. then my friend increased his offer.my friend's offical offer was finally given to me in black and white.it was written on paper and more than i ever dreamed.i was finally able to get a break,i made a huge profit on my company,and my friend also got a ben for the bark.he got a successful business for the money he spent.

this voa special english program words and their stories was written by J.
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Now the voa special English program words and their stories.
There are many special terms in the world of business. The following stories is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deatl with a friend and we both made profit.
I have started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign making business. It was a small company not a blue ship company. It was not known nationally for the quality for its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profit. And it was private it was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market. Still I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day- no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day. Seven days a week trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or try to save on expences. I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls are often hard sales. I had to ber very firm.
Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I didnot make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expense. And soon after, I began to gain grand. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hearcakes. I was happy. The comapny was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black no in the red. The company was making money not losing at. My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign making industry. A real big gun if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finance of my company and decided how much it was worth. Then my friend increase his offer. My friends official offer with finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company. And my friend also got a bang for the buck. He got a successful business for the money he spent.
This voa special English program words and their stories was writtn by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
Homework

Now the VOA Special English program Words and their stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweet heart deal which are made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made profit. I / started from a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful, it was a sign-making business. It was a small company,not a blue chip company. it was not known nationally for the quality of its' signs, it did not make millions of dollars in profits, and it was private, it was not a public company which shares treated on the stock market. Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day, no bankers hours for me. Instead, I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or try to save on the expenses. I made many cold course, I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such course were often hot sells, I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss, I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even, profits were equal to expenses. and soon after, I began to gain ground, my signs were selling very quickly, they were selling like hot cakes. I was happy, company was moving forward and making real progress. it was in the black, not in the red. The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry, a real big gun if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company, my friend wanted to take it public, he wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. My friend believed it was the best to strike while the air is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible, and not wait. He offered me a ball part estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low, my company was worth much more. He asked his being counter to / the numbers,that is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide to how much it was worth. then my friend increased his offer. My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white, it was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break, I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a ban from bark, he got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program Words and their stories was written by J.M. I'm F.L.
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homework:

Now the VOA special English program Words and their stories.their are many specail terms in the world of business.the following story is about a sweet heart deal which i made last week .i made a deal with a friend.and we both made a profit .

i had started a small company.several years ago ,i worked hard to make it successful.it was a sin-making business.it was a small company,not a balloon cheap company.it was not known nationally ,for the quality of its sins.it did not make millions of dollors in profits,and it was private,it was not a public company with shares ,treated and stock market.Still,i worked hard building up my besiness,i did not work only a few hours each day ,no bankrious hours for me.instead,i spent many hours each day,seven days a week ,trying to grow the company,i never cut corners,or try to save the expenses,i made many cold calls ,i called on possible buyers,from a list of people i hadn't ever seen. such calls were often hard sells ,i had to be very firm .Sometimes,i sold my sins at a loss,i did not make money on my product,when this happend ,there were cut begs,i had to use fewer supplies,and reduce the number of workers,but after several years ,the company broke even,profits were equal to expenses,and soon after,i began to gain ground ,my sins were selling very quickly,they were selling like hot cakes ,i was happy,the company was looking forward and making real progress,it was in the black not in the red,the company was making money not losing it .

my friend knew about my business,he is a leader in the sin-making industry .a real big gun if you know what i mean,he offered to buy my company,my friend wanted to take it in public,he wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. my friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot,he wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait,he offered me a ball park estimate, at the amount , he would pay to buy my company,but i knew his uneducated guess was low,my company was worth much more,he asked being counter,to crutch the numbers,that is ,he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finance of my company,and signed how much it was worth,then my friend increased his offer,my friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white,it was return unpaper and more than i ever dreamed ,i was finally able to get a break ,i made a huge profit on my company,and my friend also got a bank for the buck ,he got a successful business for the money he spent .
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Now the VOA special english programme words and their stories.
There are mang special terms in the world of business.The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week.I made the deal with the friend and we both made profit.
I have started at a small company several years ago.I work hard to make it sucessful.It was a sign making business.It was a small company not a blue ship company.It was no ? for the quality of its signs.It did no make millions dollors and profits. And it was private.It was not a public company with shares trade on the stock market.Still ,I worked hard building up my business.I did not work only a few hours each day.No banking hours for me.Instead I spent mang hours each day.Seven days a week try to grow the company.I never cut corners or try to save on expences.I made many cold calls.I called on possible buyers from a least people I had never seen.Such calls were often hard sells I had to be very firm.Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss I did not make money on my product.When this happend there were cutbacks I had to use few supply and reduce the number of works.But after sveral years the company broken even.Profit were equal to expense.And soon after I begin to gain ground.My signs were selling quickly.They were selling like heartcakes.I was happy.The company with moving forward and making real profits.It was in the black not in the red.The company with many money not loosing it.My friend knew about my busness. He is a leader in the sign making industry . A real big gun if you know what I mean.He offered to buy company. My friend wanted to take it public he wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.My friend believe it was the best to strike while the iron is hot.He wanted to take action and best time possible and no wait.He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would paid to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low.My company was worth much more.He asked his being counter to ? the numbers.That is he asked his accountant to take a close look at a finanace of my company and said how much it worth.Then my friend increased his offer.My friend's offical offer was finally given to me in black and white.It was written on paper and more then I ever drinked.I was finally able to get a break, I made a huge profit on my company. And my friend also got a bang for the burk.He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA special english programme words and their stories was written by Jone Moss.
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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company, not a bluechip company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.

Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day, no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save on expenses. I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sells. I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like heart cakes. I was happy. The company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black, not in the red. The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry, a real big gun, if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean counter to crunch the numbers. That is, he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a bang for the buck. He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program, Words and their Stories, was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend. And we both made profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company not a blue-chip company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market. Still I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day, no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day, seven days a week trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save expenses.

I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often part sells. I had to be very firm. Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hotcakes. I was happy the company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black not in the red. The company was making money not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is leader in the sign-making industry--a real big gun. If you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted it to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. My friend believes it was best to strike while the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball part estimate of amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decided how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer. My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company. And my friend also got a bang for the buck. He got a successful business for the money he spent.
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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company, not a blue chip company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.

Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day - no banker's hours for me. Instead I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save on expenses. I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sells. I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hot cakes. I was happy. The company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black, not in the red. The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry - a real big gun, if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.

My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ballpark estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is, he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a bang for the buck. He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program, Words and their Stories, was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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Now the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business. The following story is about a sweet-heart deal which I made last week. I made the deal with a friend, and we both made a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making business. It was a small company, not a blue chip company. It was not known nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars in profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.
Still, I worked hard building up my business. I did not work only a few hours each day, no banker's hours for me. Instead, I spent many hours each day, seven days a week, trying to grow the company. I never cut corners or tried to save on expenses. I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sells. I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks. I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers. But after several years, the company broke even. Profits were equal to expenses. And soon after, I began to gain ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hot cakes. I was happy the company was moving forward and making real progress. It was in the black, not in the red. The company was making money, not losing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign-making industry, a real big gun, if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. He offered me a ball park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew his uneducated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his bean-counter to crunch the numbers. That is, he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decided how much it was worth. Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company, and my friend also got a bang for the buck. He got a successful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English program, Words and their Stories was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus.
[Homework]
Now the VOA SE program Words and Their Stories.

There are many special terms in the world of business.The following story is about a sweetheart deal which I made last week.I made deal with a friend and we both made profit.

I have started a company several years ago.I worked hard to make it successfull.It was a sign-making business.It was small size company, not a blue chip company.It was not known nationally for the quality of its size.It did not make millions of dollars and profits and it was private.It was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market.

Still I worked hard building up my business.I did not work only a few hours each day,no banker's hours for me.Instead I spent many hours each day, 7 days a week,trying to grow the company.I never cut corners or try to save on expenses.I made many cold courses.I called on possible buyers from a list of peole I had never seen.Such calls were often hard sells.I had to be very firm.

Sometimes I sold my signs at a loss.I did not make money on my product.When this happened, there were cutbacks.I had to use fewer supplies and reduce the number of workers.But after several years the company broke even.Profits were equal to expenses.And soon after,I began to gain ground.My signs were selling very quickly.They were selling like hot cakes.I was happy.The company was moving forward and making real progress.It was in the black not in the red.The company was making money not losing it.

My friend knew about my business.He is the leader in the sign-making industry,a real big gun if you kown what I mean.He offered to buy my company.My friend wanted to take it public.He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.My friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot.He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait.He offered me a ballpark estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company.But I knew his uneducated guess was low.My company was worth much more.He asked his bean counter to crunch the numbers.That is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decided how much it was worth.Then my friend increased his offer.

My friend's offical offer was finally given to me in black and white.It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed.I was finally able to get a break.I made a huge profit on my company and my fiend also got a bang for the buck.He got a sucessful business for the money he spent.

This VOA SE program Words and Their Stories was written by J.M. I'm F.L.
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homework:
now the voa se program words and their stories. there are many special terms in the word of business. the following story is about a sweat heart deal which i made last week.i made the deal with a friend and we both made profit. i had started a small company several years ago. i worked hard to made it successful. it was a sign making business. it was a small company not a blue ? company. it was not known nationally for the quality of its science.it did not make millions of dollars in profits. and it was private and it was not a public company with shares traded on the stock market. still, i worked hard building up my business. i did not worked only a few hours each day, no ? hours for me. instead i spend many hours each day, seven days a week, try to grow the company. i never cut corners and or try to save on expenses. i made many cold calls. i called on possible buyers from a list of people i had never seen. such calls were often hard sells. i had to be very firm. sometime i sold my signs at a loss. i did not make money on my product. when this happened, there were cut backs. i have to use fewer supplies and reduced the number of workers. but after several years, the company broke even. profits were equal to expenses. and soon after, i became to game ground. my signs were selling very quickly. they were selling like hot cakes. i was happy. the company was moving forward and making real progress. it was in the black not in the red, the company was making money but losing it. my friend knew about my business. he is a leader in the sign making industry. a real big gun, if you know what i mean. he offered to buy my company. my friend wanted to take it public, he wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public. my friend believed it was best to strike while the iron is hot. he wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait. he offered me a ? estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. but i knew his uneducated guess was low. my company was worth much more. he asked his bean account to ? the numbers. that is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finance of my company and decide how much it worth. then my friend increased his offer. my friend's official offer was finally given to me in black and white. it was written on paper and more than i ever dreamed. i was finally able to get a brake. i made a huge profit on my company. and my friend also got a ? for the ?. he got a successful business for the money he spent.

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