1.On other hand, nearly all of us buy laundry detergent.
2.TV commercials cost lots of money, and a specialist magazine or a serious newspaper doesn\'t sell space cheaply.
3.Therefore, the important thing for an advertiser is to target the ad effctively.
4.When advertisers target an ad, they divide the population into six target groups, based on income and interests.
5.It seems ther don\'t have a Canadian distributor anymore.
6.Are you going to the International Convention of Civil Engineers in L.A.?
7.Well, Devereux Computers will have an exhibit there. I can introduce you to Max.
8.I had a terrible time getting here-the city buses are on strike again.
9.That\'s what\'s wrong with this country.Strikes should be for bidden.
10.If the condition of the strike is well controlled by the persons.
11.Well, if working conditions are bad, they have a right to strike.
12.Exactly, I totally agree what to say.
13.It\'s a question of productivitym, though. City and siate workers are the laziest you\'ll find.
14.I see your point, but not all of the people are the laziest. Some people are still working hard.
15.An urgent, two page letter to Consuela Rodoiguez, who is visiting film companies in San Francisco.
16.A sixty-page contract toConsuela\'s Head office in Mexico City. They need it by the day after tomorrow.
17.They will probably want to change some things in the document.
18.A floppy disk to WorldWide\'s distributor in Taipei Taiwan. It contains a list of films that WorldWide Entertainment distributes. The Taipei distributor wants to add Chinese translations to the list.