Do these exercises and learn the names of more jobs. Have you ever done any of these jobs?

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Elementary: A2

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Yes, I know many people and a lot of them love theirs jobs.
They know that it is a shame to be without a job for a lot of time.

it's not a shame to be jobless for a period of time if you can't do nothing about it due to the market , a particular circumstance , however to stop looking for a job , that's the shame thing to do .

many people love there job,s but some other don,t or at least not any more why I think so ? will the human behavior is always tending to be influenced by comfortable period from others for ex, one hard worker and the other one is the opposite when they be equal in the benefits that lead to the first one will be effected by the last on and both of them will influence on other and so. finally they all will heat there job,s .

Cleaner, workman, handyman,
Pilot, fight attendant, cook, waitress, waiter,
Manager, office worker, police officer, lawyer, reporter, engineer
Hairdresser, carpenter, mechine, diver
Doctor, dentist, nurse, vet

My father is a mechanic. He is busy all the time. He loves his job. He works six or seven days a week and usually go home late. I love him because he does a hard work and always feel tired but he never complain about his work.

Mechanics or engineers called also the the staff of the engine department of a ship who are responsible and liable for the good working condition of several instruments on board vessel. In the above included also the main and auxiliary engines of the boat.

I never did these jobs. I was a teacher. I'd like to have been a vet because I like animals.

where is electrical technician it doesnt mean handyman or worker

Hi mhr8085,

There are of course many more jobs. An electrician is someone who specialises in installing or repairing electrical networks and machines in houses or buildings. In the UK, you could call an electrician to do something simple (for example, install a ceiling fan or a new socket) or something more complex (for example, put new wiring in your house).

A handyman is someone who does many kinds of installations or repairs. A handyman doesn't usually have specialised knowledge or skills and so does simpler jobs (for example, fix a clogged sink, install a ceiling fan).

'worker' is a very generaly term and can include people who work in schools, offices, factories, etc. In this context, a worker usually works on a construction site or for another more specialised tradesperson such as an electrician or a plumber.

I hope this helps -- if you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

thank you very much dear mr. kirk

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