Job or work ni2

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Job or work ni2

  1. 1. CAN YOU NAME…?  Two jobs which people do in restaurants?  Two jobs connected with transport?  Two jobs that people do at home?  Two jobs where you spend a lot of time outside?  Two jobs in entertainment?
  2. 2. POSSIBLE ANSWERS  Waiter, chef…  Taxi driver, pilot, bus driver…  Housewife, writer…  Police officer, farmer, footballer,  Actor, singer, musician…
  3. 3. JOB OR WORK?  Jack is looking for a _____at the moment.  I start ______at 8 o’clock.  She’s gone out with some friends from _____.  I’ve just applied for a new ________  She has two ______at the moment.  I can’t access Facebook when I’m at _______  Good _______, guys. You’ve done really well.  © A ppt by Dulce EOI
  4. 4. JOB (NOUN)  A job is a regular and official activity that you do, and receive money (a salary) for your activity. It is also called a profession or an occupation.  You can have a full-time job (40 hours per week) or a part-time job (around 25 hours per week).  When someone is looking for a job, this is sometimes called the “job hunt” or “job search.”  The process of trying to get a specific job – when you send your resume or CV to a company – is called applying for a job.
  5. 5.  The word work is more general than “job” – whereas “job” is a specific occupation/profession, “work” refers to general efforts and activities done to accomplish a goal.  You can say you work at / for (a company): “I work at General Motors.”  You can say you’re working on (a project / task): “I’m working on a market analysis” or “I’m working on improving customer satisfaction.”  You can say you work with (people / objects): “I work with special needs children” or “I work with hazardous chemicals.”  The word work also refers to the context of your place of employment – so we can say: “I start work at 7 AM.” (not “I start my job at 7 AM”) “I finish / leave work at 4:30.” (not “I finish my job at 4:30″)
  6. 6. ANSWERS  Jack is looking for a JOB at the moment.  I start WORK at 8 o’clock.  She’s gone out with some friends from WORK.  I’ve just applied for a new JOB.  She has two JOBS at the moment.  I can’t access Facebook when I’m at WORK  Good JOB/WORK, guys. You’ve done really well.

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