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Work<br />How to describe and talk about your job<br />Photo by iCipart<br />
What do you do?  /  What’s your job?<br />I’m a firefighter.<br />I work as afirefighter.<br />Withjobswealways use «a/an»...
Where do you work?<br />I’m in thefinancial sector.<br />I work in a bank.<br />
Who do you work for?<br />I workforanairlinecompany.<br />I workforAmerican Airlines.<br />
Working hours<br />He has a full-time job, e.g. 40 hours a week.<br />He has a part-time job, e.g. 15 hoursa week.<br /><u...
He worksfromninetofive.</li></li></ul><li>How much do you earn?<br />Sheearnsa lot. Hersalaryis $80,000 a year.<br />He do...
Now find a suitable word<br />Whenyouworkforyourself and notfor a company, you are...<br />self-employed<br />
Now find a suitable word<br />Ifyou no longerworkbecauseyou are over 65, you are...<br />retired<br />
Now find a suitable word<br />Ifyou are out of work, you are...<br />unemployed<br />
Now find a suitable word<br />Thepersonwhotellspeoplewhatto do in theirjobsisthe...<br />boss<br />
Isabel de la Cruz<br />Illustrations by iClipart<br />
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How to talk about your job

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A set of expressions in English to describe and talk about one's job.

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  1. 1. Work<br />How to describe and talk about your job<br />Photo by iCipart<br />
  2. 2. What do you do? / What’s your job?<br />I’m a firefighter.<br />I work as afirefighter.<br />Withjobswealways use «a/an»<br />
  3. 3. Where do you work?<br />I’m in thefinancial sector.<br />I work in a bank.<br />
  4. 4. Who do you work for?<br />I workforanairlinecompany.<br />I workforAmerican Airlines.<br />
  5. 5. Working hours<br />He has a full-time job, e.g. 40 hours a week.<br />He has a part-time job, e.g. 15 hoursa week.<br /><ul><li>He workslonghours, e.g. 12 hoursa day.
  6. 6. He worksfromninetofive.</li></li></ul><li>How much do you earn?<br />Sheearnsa lot. Hersalaryis $80,000 a year.<br />He doesn’tearnmuch. He getslowwages.<br />
  7. 7. Now find a suitable word<br />Whenyouworkforyourself and notfor a company, you are...<br />self-employed<br />
  8. 8. Now find a suitable word<br />Ifyou no longerworkbecauseyou are over 65, you are...<br />retired<br />
  9. 9. Now find a suitable word<br />Ifyou are out of work, you are...<br />unemployed<br />
  10. 10. Now find a suitable word<br />Thepersonwhotellspeoplewhatto do in theirjobsisthe...<br />boss<br />
  11. 11. Isabel de la Cruz<br />Illustrations by iClipart<br />
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