Name 3
Someone who...
Someone who...2
What does this adjective mean
Mixed up
100

Name 3 jobs where you need to deal with thepublic.

 a lot of jobs

100

Someone who writes computer software

 A programmer

100

Someone who... cuts and styles your hair.

a hairdresser or a barber (men)

100

Tiring

When you are very tired after it

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
200

Someone who...  flies an aeroplane

a pilot

200

Someone who... helps injured people if there's an emergency

a paramedic

200

Creative

you need to make up something new

200

What's the difference between: an architect and an engineer

 An architect designs your house, an engineer designs your car

300

Name 3 jobs where people work outdoors

Many responses possible. For example: gardener, builder, refuse collector, traffic warden, dog walker

300

Someone who...  designs buildings

an acrhitect

300

Someone who...  helps you book a trip

a travel agent

300

Challenging

Difficult, hard

300

What's the difference between: work long hours and work from nine-to-five

 

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

400

Someone who... helps people when they have a problem with the law

a solicitor

400

Someone who...designes and builds roads, bridges, machines

an engineer

400

Repetitive

Boring, the same every day

400

What's the difference between: an au-pair and a babysitter

 Au-pair is a babysitter from another country that teaches your child to speak another language

500

Name 3 jobs which, in your opinion, are the worst-paid.

Many responses possible, but must be justified.

500

Someone who... helps people to choose what to buy in the shop

a sales assistant

500

Someone who...is the boss of a school.

a principal (US);

a headmistress, headmaster or the head (UK)

500

Varied

To do something new every day

500

What's the difference between:  work and job

 A job: ex. a doctor, a dentist


Work - a verb, a place

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