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Now The VOA Special English Program “Words And Their Stories”

There are many special terms in 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 know nationally for the quality of the signs. It was not made 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 try 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 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 is 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. It was finally able to get a break. I made a huge profit on my company and my friend also get a bang for back. 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 Englsih programme,words and their stories.
There are many special terms in the world of business.
The following story is about a sweetheart deal with an age last week:
I made a deal with a friend and we both made a profit.
I had started a small company serval years ago.I worked hard to make it successful.It was a sign-making business.Tt was a small company neither bull cheap company.It was not known nationally or the quality of 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 marketStill, I was tough building up my business.I did not work only a few hours each day,no bankers' hours for me.Instead i spend many hours each day,seven days a week try to grow the company.I never cut conors 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 are often hard sales,I had to be very firm.

Sometimes,I saw my signs at a loss,I did not make money on my product.
When this happened, there were cutbacks.I had to use huge supplies and reduce the number of workers.But after serval years the company brokeven,profits were equal to expenses and soon after I began to gain grant,my signs are selling very quicklythey were selling like /.
I was happy the company was moving forward and making real progress.
it was in the black not in the red, the company is making money not lossing it.My firend knew about my business,he is a leader in the sign-making industry,the 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 well the iron is hot,he wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait
he offered me a / 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 accountant to /the numbers that is he asked the accountant to take a close look at the finances of my company and decide how much it was worth ,then my friend incresed his offer.
My friend official offer was finally given to me in black and white,it was written in a paper and more than i ever dreamt.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 butt,he got a succssful business for the money he spent.

This VOA Special English programme, Words and their Stories was written by Jones Moss. I'm Faith /
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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 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 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 thought 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 aboard 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 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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homework
Now, the VOA special English program the words and stories.
There are many special terms in the word of business. The following story is about sweet heart deal which I made last week. I made deal with my 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 is a small company, not a blue chip company. It is 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 ware cutbacks. I had to use fewer suppliers and reduce the number of works. 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 when the iron is hot. He wanted to take actions at best time possible and not wait. He offer me 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 bean-counter to crunch 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.

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Now the VOA Special English 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 deel with a friend and we both made profit. I started a small company several years ago. I worked hart 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 sizes.It did not make billions of dollars in profits and it was private, It was not a public company with shares traded with stock market. Still I worked hard building up my business.I did not work only of few hours each day. No bankers hours for me. Instead I spend many hours each day 7days a week try to grow the company. I never cut corners or try to sell expences. I made many cold course. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I had never seen. Such course were often hard sales 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 cut backs I had to use few supplies and reduced the number of workers. But after several years. The company broke even.Profit were equal to expences. And soon after, I began to game ground. My signs were selling very quickly. They were selling like hard capes. 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 lossing it. My friend knew about my business. He is the leader in the sign industry a real big gun if you know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it to 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. the ammount would pay to buy my company. But I knew his on educated guess was low. My company was worth much more. He asked his being counter the quanch the numbers. That is he asked his accountant to take a close look at the finances 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 blacking white. It was written on paper and more than I ever dreamed. I was finally to get a break I made a huge profit on my company and my friend also got a ban for the bock. He got a sucessful business for the money he spend.
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.
Living with passion!
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 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 stockmarket.

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 industy, 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 a 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 cranch 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 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. This written by Jill Moss. I am Faith Lapidus.
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Homework:

There are many special terms in the world of Biz. 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 a profit.

I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign-making company. 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 a stock market.

Still I worked hard building up my biz. I did not work only a few hours each day. No bankers' 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 calls. I called on possible buyers from a list of people I have never seen. Such calles were often hard sales. 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 suppliers 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 is 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 biz. He is a leaders in the sign industry. A real big gun, if u 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 bull 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 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 frined 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 proofit on my company. And my friend also got a bank for the bark. He got a successful biz for the money he spent.
I have a lifetime full of hopes and dreams.
I've been broken but I know how to survive.
Somehow I always keep my dreams alive.
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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--7 days a week trying to grow the company. I never cut corners 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 sales. 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 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 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 believe it was 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 park estimate of the amount he would pay to buy my company. But I knew he's uneducated guess was low--my company was worth much more. He asked his bean counter to cranch 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 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 profits 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 Morse. I'm faith Laptise.
There can be miracle when you believe!
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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 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.
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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 (蓝筹) company. It was not known nationally for the quality of the 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 sign at a loss. I did not make money on my product. When this happened, there were cutbacks (减少). 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 know what I mean. He offered to buy my company. My friend wanted to take it to public. He wanted to sell shares in the company to the general public.

My friend believed it is best to strike when the iron is hot. He wanted to take action at the best time possible, and not wait. He offered me a ballpark estimate, 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 final 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 am *.
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A watched pot never boils.
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This is voa special english programms words and their stories .
in the word of business,the following story is about sweet heart deal which I nade last week,I nade the deal with a friend and we both make a profit.
I had started a small company sever years ago.I worked hard to make it successful,it is a sign-making company.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 profit and it was a 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 try to grow the company.I never cut corners or try to save expenses. I made many code call,I called on possible buyers from a list of people I have never seen.such calls are often hard sells,I had to be very firm,sometimes I sold my sign at a loss,I did not make money on my products,when this happenned,they cut down,I had to use fewer suppliers and reduce the no of the workers,but after several years ,the company broke even and profits were equal to expenses soon after I began to game ground. my signs were selling very quickly they were selling like hot cake.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 lossing it.
My friend knew about my business.he is a leader in the sign-making industry.it is a real big gang,if you know what I mean he offered to buy my company.My friend want it to take it public ,she want it to sell shares in the company to the gereral public .my friend believed it was the best to stike while the air is hod ,he wanted to take at the best time possilbe and not wait.he offered me a ball purk estimate of the amount he will pay to buy my company.but I knew he is a uneducated guys with low,my company with worth much more.He asks his big accounter to crush the numbers that is he asks his accountant to take a close look at the finance of my company,And they said how much it was worth.then my friend increase his offer.my friends,official offer was finally giving to me in black and red,it was writen unpaper and more than I ever dreamed.I was finally able to get a break,I made huge profit on my company.And my friend also got a bank for the bark ,he got a successful business for the money he spent.
This is voa special english programms words and their stories was writtne by Jol Marse.
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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 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 nationally for the quality of …….It did not make millions of thousand dollars 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 banquet hours for me.Instead I spent many hours each day seven days a week try to grow the company I never cut houners or to save on expensive .I made many cold calls ------I called on possible buyers -------listed people I had never seen.Such calls were offen ------I had to be very firm .Sometimes I showed my sound aloud ----------I did not make money on my product.When this happened they were cut back.I had to use fewer suppliers reduce the number of workers.But after several years the company broke even.-Profit was equal to expensive---------------------and soon after I began to gain groud My sicense –were selling very ---------quickly-----------were selling a hardcakes .I was happy the company were moving forward and making real progress was in the black not in the red.The company was making money not loosing it==My friend knew about my business. and he is a leader in a science making company 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 striked when air is hard.He wanted to take action at the best time possible and not wait.He offered me a ball estermed====he would pay to buy my company .But I knew his unaducation price of was low===My company was worth much more.He asked his being conter to cranch the numbers .That is he asked his acontant to take a close look at the finance of my company and said how much it was worth.Then my friends increased his offer .My friends official offer was finally given to me in black and white was return on paper and more .then I ever dreamed .I was finally able to get a break make a huge profit on my company and my friend also got for the balk for the a successful business for the ========It was uncake ===============Then I ever dreamed finally a able to say a huge
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Now the VOA Special English program,Words and their stories.

There are many special terms in the word 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 profit. I had started a small company several years ago. I worked hard to make it successful. It was a sign making bussiness. It was a small company. Not a blue-chip company. It was not no-nationally for the quality of its signs. It did not make millions of dollars profits. And it was private. It was not a public company with 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 try to grow the company. I never cut corners or try to save on expenses. I made many cold calls. I called on possible buyers from a list people I had never seen. Such calls were often hard sales. 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 cut bages. 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 grand. 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 lossing it.

My friend knew about my business. He is a leader in the sign making industry. It will a 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 will 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 crunch the numbers. That is he asked his accounted to take a close look at the finace of my company and decide how much it did worth. Then my friend increased his offer. My friend's official offer was finally given to me in black 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 bank 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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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 sever years ago, I works hard to make it successful, it was a sign making business, it was a small company not a blue chip company, it was not know nationally for the quality of its size, it did not make millions of dollars in profits, and it was private, it was not a public company which shares traded with the stock market. Still, I worked hard building up my business, I did not work only a few hours each day, no banker hours for me, inside I spend many hours each day , seven days a week try to grow the company ,I never cut corners, or try to save an expenses, I made any called calls , I called on possible buyers, from a listed people I have 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 cut-backs, i had to use a few supplies, and reduce the number of workers, but after sever years, the company broke even, profits were equal to expenses, and soon after, I began to gain ground , my size were selling quickly, they were selling like hotcakes, I was happy , the company was moving forward , and making real progress. It was in the black, now 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 want 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 part, assess mate about the amount he could pay to buy my company ,but I knew his uneducatives guess ,it’s low,my company would worth much more, he estated being counter , crunch the numbers , that is ,he asked his accountant to take a close look at the fancies 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 or the buck , he got a sccessful business for the money he spent.
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