WORK (VOCABULARY REVISION) (B2.2)

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LAST THURSDAY WE TALKED ABOUT IMPORTANT WORDS IN THE NEWS THESE DAYS AS YOU COULD SEE IN MY WORD CLOUD. SOME OF THEM ARE RELATED TO THE FIELD OF JOBS, WORK & EMPL0YMENT OR UNEMPLOYMENT. REMEMBER?

  • temporary layoff(s)
  • unemployment benefit
  • to be on the dole

BEFORE TUESDAY IT WOULD BE PERFECT IF YOU COULD REVISE SOME OF THE VOCABULARY YOU LEARNT LAST YEAR ABOUT THIS TOPIC.

LISTEN TO THIS OLD SONG. WHAT DOES 9 TO 5 MEAN?

nine-to-five job (level: upper intermediate)
a typical 8-hour job
She found her nine-to-five job too monotonous and boring, so she is self-employed now.

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD SOME USEFUL EXPRESSIONS TO TALK ABOUT JOBS (B2 LEVEL). DO YOU KNOW MANY OF THEM?

WORK B2 useful expressions

BY my colleague Cristina Cabal

 

Posted on April 24, 2020, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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