Name 3
Someone who...
Someone who...2
What is...?
What's the difference between...
100

Name 3 jobs where you work with the general public.

Many responses are possible. For example: shop assistant, police officer, banker, doctor, ticket inspector, etc.

100

Someone who... is a doctor for animals.

a vet or veterinarian

100

Someone who... cuts and styles your hair.

a hairdresser or a barber (men)

100

What is... a tour guide?

Someone who shows tourists around a city or tourist attraction, usually while explaining information about the location.

100

What's the difference between: a doctor and a dentist

a doctor looks after your body while a dentist looks after your teeth

200

Name 3 jobs which begin with the letter D.

Many responses possible. For example: dancer, dentist, designer, driver, etc.

200

Someone who... bakes bread.

a baker

200

Someone who... designs buildings and bridges.

an architect

200

What is.... an interior designer?

Someone who plans and designs how the rooms of a building should be decorated and furnished.

200

What's the difference between: a chef and a boss

A chef is only the boss of a kitchen, while a boss is a general term for someone in charge at work.

300

Name 3 jobs which people do outside.

Many responses possible. For example: gardener, builder, rubbish collector, traffic warden, soldier, dog walker, etc.

300

Someone who... sells meat.

a butcher

300

Someone who... is a professional competitor on a track/circuit, or in a ring.

Track/circuit: a racing driver/rider, an athlete

A ring: a boxer/wrestler

300

What is.... a palaeontologist?

Someone who studies fossils or remains of ancient animals.

300

What's the difference between: a police officer and a traffic warden

A police officer is responsible for keeping the public safe and catching criminals, while a traffic warden is only responsible for monitoring and ticketing parking violations.

400

Name 3 jobs where you have to wear a uniform.

Many responses possible. For example: police officer, soldier, doctor, nurse, ticket inspector, fire fighter, electrician, etc.

400

Someone who... cooks in a restaurant, but is not the boss of the kitchen.

a cook/chef

400

Someone who... directs an orchestra. Clue: it's NOT a director.

a conductor

400

What is... an archaeologist?

Someone who studies human history by digging up human remains and artifacts.

400

What's the difference between: a nanny and a babysitter

A nanny looks after children full-time or during regular part-time hours, while a babysitter only works from time to time at different hours, depending on when the family needs extra help.

500

Name 5 jobs which people do inside.

Many responses possible, but must be justified.

Examples: secretary, receptionist, office worker, manager, teacher, plumber, etc.

500

Someone who... defends or prosecutes criminals in court - not a basketball o tennis court ;)

a lawyer

500

Someone who... goes in a vehicle to emergency situations such as: a person has had a heart attack or a car crash and is badly injured.

A paramedic/ambulance driver

500

What is... a journalist?

Someone who writes articles for the newspaper and magazines.

500

What's the difference between: a translator and an interpreter

A translator translates text or audio from one language to another, while an interpreter translates from one language to another live. A translator usually works in an office with printed or pre-recorded material, while an interpreter participates in meetings, conferences, etc. in order to translate while people are speaking (at the same time).

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