WHAT´S YOUR JOB? = WHAT DO YOU DO? (A1)

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TODAY WE REVIEWED SOME WORDS RELATED TO JOBS.

BUT HOW MANY JOBS CAN YOU REMEMBER IN ENGLISH?

TRY LEARNING CHOCOLATE

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JOBS

WHAT DO YOU DO? DO YOU LIKE YOUR JOB? WHERE DO YOU WORK?

YOU CAN STUDY THE VOCABULARY PAGE IN YOUR BOOK (page 154)

http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/jobs.htm

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Posted on October 22, 2015, in UNCATEGORIZED and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Hi, Carmen, I appreciate this link about Jobs very much but I didn’t know the meaning of the word welder. Is it “soldador”? Esto es hilar muy fino, apenas conocía la palabra en castellano. No si contigo aprenderé las dos lenguas. Thank you.

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    • I agree with you, it´s like splitting hairs but that´s the material you can get on the internet……
      We can always learn something new together, can´t we?
      CARMEN

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  2. Hi, Carmen.
    I like this entry. I learn new words that I didn’t know. I enjoyed with the woman that she say that her job is “domestic engineer”. I have the same job.

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  3. I knew it. For that seemed me funny. Thank you.

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  4. Hello Carmen!! I like this entry! On Wensday, in class, we study this works with you. I’m a nurse and, at the moment, i am working at General Hospital of Valencia. See you Monday! 🙂

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  5. GREAT!
    SEE YOU ON MONDAY
    CARMEN

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