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Episode 10

Carolina has a new job, but does she enjoy it? Rob and Adam talk about all the different things that you drink.

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Do you like your job – or your studies or your school?

We’d like to hear what you like or what you don’t like about your job. Is it interesting and exciting or is it boring and badly paid?


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Actually, I have finished my high school last year. I'm not happy very much when I'm going to school. I hope I will be happy when I get a job. BYE!!!

I do like my job, I work at an IT support office. In general is a really good job because I have to solve all the issues that users have with their IT equipment, although most of the times I can solve them easily, some times I need to research and study technical manuals to try to solve them, so that's good because I rarely get bored. I like to teach users how to use the equipment and systems they would use to avoid and prevent problems with it and help them to do their job efficiently and easier. I think it's exciting working there because you can learn things every day and you can develop solutions to the users issues using technology. The paid is not bad comparing with the same work in other companies.

Thanks for the episode.
Great site!

I am a student in the last year at secondary school. I am studying a lot of subjects . I like them very much . I study biology, chemistry, maths,physics, islamic studies, ecology and English language . I am very interested in biology and chemistry . I love reading and studying this subjects very much. They give me a large amount of important and exciting information about human, animals and plants and about everything that happened around the world . I like maths too . It's full of mathematical and logical operations, laws and equations. Although everyone knows Physics and maths are very related together , I can't stand Physics. This subject I can't understand it at all. The second thing I hate it in my study like anyone "the exams" it is absolutely terrible because it makes me nervous. Why we must do exams ? We can study and earn many information without exams. Why they want to make education is hard ? Why our future is depended on one paper? It is not fair. In the end I hope to enter in a medicine field after my secondary school. I will try to do all things to make my dream come true .
Thanks for everything you do for us to improve our English language.

Hello everyone,
Actually, I am a student and I hope one day to have a job in an official agency.

I have started a job in 2017 at a Telecommunication company and still there also that is my first professional job. Sometimes I am happy with that, sometimes not. I am planning to shift abroad as soon soon as possible.

I'm a student at pharmacy College, I'd love to help people with choosing a correct medicine, but as you know I have to remember all the information about the drug
like drug's indication and their side effect ...etc
I'm working hard to be a good pharmacist

I was working in small restaurant as a waiter, what i like in this job i can eat some food get to know some of the customers and i gained some skills like: flexibility and efficiency, what i don’t like there was no regulation but i was exciting because it was my first job but now i want to attend a university.

Healthy food in general is the best option to eat and drink. Therefore, in my knowledge of British culture, the best drink might be tea. But on the other hand, if I have to decide only on the flavor, I have to say a classic ginger from there.

Hello everyone!At the moment I am just studying Software engineer at university.I like it very much.

Hi there !
I'm a speech therapist in Romania. I enjoy treating people who have difficulty speaking. I work especially with children from 5 to 9-10 years old. Most of them either don't pronounce very well one or more sounds of language, either have troubles in writing or reading at school. I work with small groups of children and at the end of the activity all pupils receive homework which they have to do with their parents or grandparents. If they work after my advice and guidance, the progress won’t be late to appear in a relatively short time. I love working with children and seeing how their pronunciation get better and better every week.