Lern English Vebs with "Belbin Team Role Model"

Larisa Rybakova
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Here you can try to use some English verbs and at the same time will learn about Belbin Team Role Model. You can learn more about the Modal with "Belbin Team Role Model" fleshcards".

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Larisa Rybakova
Created by Larisa Rybakova almost 2 years ago
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Question 1

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If you want your team to [blank_start]improve[blank_end] its performance by working together more effectively, it is important that you learn to use the psychological diversity in your team to its fullest potential.
Answer
  • improve
  • recognize
  • consist
  • achieve
  • complement

Question 2

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Team Roles describe the behavior that we can [blank_start]recognize[blank_end] when we work together with others. Each team role is actually a strategy in dealing with work and with colleagues.
Answer
  • recognize
  • improve
  • consist
  • achieve
  • complement

Question 3

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A team must consist of different roles to [blank_start]achieve[blank_end] maximum performance.
Answer
  • achieve
  • improve
  • recognize
  • complement
  • compete

Question 4

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The nine roles are essentially complementary. They complement and [blank_start]reinforce[blank_end] each other.
Answer
  • reinforce
  • recognize
  • consist
  • achieve
  • compete

Question 5

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The nine roles are essentially complementary, but they can also contradict and [blank_start]compete[blank_end] with each other.
Answer
  • compete
  • improve
  • recognize
  • achieve
  • reinforce

Question 6

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In practice, we all have two or three team roles that [blank_start]fit[blank_end] us naturally and some that we really do not like.
Answer
  • fit
  • improve
  • recognize
  • complement
  • contradict