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  • 1. JOBS
  • 2. WHAT’S YOUR JOB?
    • WHAT’S HIS JOB?
    • HE’S A FACTORY WORKER.
    • WHAT’S YOUR JOB?
    • I’M AN ARTIST.
  • 3. WHAT DOES SHE DO?
    • WHAT DO THEY DO?
    • THEY’RE STUDENTS
    • WHAT DOES HE DO?
    • HE’S A POSTMAN
  • 4. A, AN OR NOTHING
    • We use a, an before jobs:
    • I’M A BUILDER
    • I’M AN ENGINEER
  • 5. A, AN OR NOTHING
    • For plurals, we don’t use a or an.
    • WHAT DO THEY DO?
    • THEY’RE ACTRESSES
  • 6. A, an or nothing
    • We don’t use a or an for unemployed and
    • retired .
    • MY FATHER IS RETIRED .
    • MY FRIEND IS UNEMPLOYED.
  • 7. JOBS REVISION
  • 8.
    • HE’S AN ENGINEER
    • SHE’S AN ACTRESS
  • 9.
    • YOU’RE A BUILDER
    • SHE’S A NURSE
  • 10.
    • THEY’RE MUSICIANS
    • I’M A PILOT
  • 11.
    • WE’RE FARMERS
    • HE’S A LAWYER
  • 12.
    • HE’S A TENNIS PLAYER
    • SHE’S A SPORTSWOMAN
  • 13.
    • SHE’S A HOUSEWIFE
    • SHE’S A POLITICIAN
  • 14.
    • HE’S A WAITER
    • SHE’S A POLICEWOMAN
  • 15.
    • HE’S A
    • BANK MANAGER
    • SHE’S A COOK
  • 16.
    • SHE’S A JOURNALIST
    • SHE’S A
    • RECEPTIONIST
  • 17.
    • SHE’S A
    • SHOP ASSISTANT
    • SHE’S A
    • HAIRDRESSER
  • 18. SHE’S A DOCTOR
    • SHE WORKS AT THE HOSPITAL.
  • 19. HE’S AN ACTOR
    • HE WORKS IN THE THEATRE.
  • 20. SHE’S A SECRETARY
    • SHE WORKS IN AN OFFICE.
  • 21. I’M A TEACHER
    • I WORK AT THE LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
  • 22. I’M A