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Jobs, occupations and businness.
Lucía Allué, Inés Cardarelli, Marta Cortés and María Moreno.
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Someone who fits and mends water, gas and sewage pipes in your home.
A person who is appointed to report traffic offences and supervise road traffic.
A skilled worker or builder in stone.
A person who cuts and makes suits, overcoats etc.
A person who collects the rubbish from houses.
Someone whose job is to dig coal from the ground.
Someone whose job is to look after money accounts.
someone whose job is to look after a large building, such as a school.
A person whose job is to put plaster on walls and ceilings.
A person who makes and repairs wooden objects and structures.
Someone who cuts and fits panes of glass, as for windows.
The person in charge of a private school.
A person who works in a library.
Someone who teaches at a university or college.
To stop doing something before you have completely finished.
Live up to
To be as good as something.
Return something to the person who gave it to you.
Get away with
Succed in avoiding punishment for something.
Tell someone about some information, often because you belive they are not aware of it or have forgotten it.
Decide or arrange to delay an event or activity until later time or date.
To think about something that happened in the past.
A city or town or part of a city or town in which there is a lot of business and financial activity.
Connected with industry an industrial city.
Not costing much money.
When a group of people work well together.
When someone is given permission to become a member of a club, university, etc.
Your chance of getting a job or getting a better job.
If a job is badly paid, the person doing it does not get much money.
Having the abilities needed to do an activity or job well.
If a job is well-paid, the person doing it earns a lot of money.
If you do something under pressure, it is difficult because there are problems or because you have a lot to do.
Someone whose job is to stand outside a bar, party, etc. and either stop people who cause trouble from coming in or force them to leave.
A woman who receives or entertains guests.
A person who makes and serves coffee drinks for customers.
A person who strikes the keys on a typewriter or a computer keyboard.
A person who receives or pays out money at a bank.
An expert in economics.
A person who formally examines and verifies financial accounts.
The head of a state government.
A person who is in charge of a prison.
A person in charge of a museum, a zoo...
Someone whose job is to make sure that players in a game obey the rules.
A director of an orchestra, choir etc.
A person who is in charge of a newspaper, magazine, journal etc.
A person who makes jewellery of gold.
work on comission
To be paid according to the amount you sell.
come out on strike
To refuse to work in order to bring about change.
Money that is paid to somebody who was writtrn a book, piece of music, etc.
Something such as your work that provides the money that you need to live.
To get knowledge or skill from doing something.
A person who buys goods or services for their own use.
Do excellent/good, etc. business
If a company does excellent/good, etc. business, it sells a lot of its products or services.
Available to be bought in a shop.
Out of stock
If goods are out of stock, the shop does not have them available to buy.
An occasion when goods are sold at a lower price than usual.
At work, doing your job.
To give someone instructions about what they should do or say.
Someone whose job is to teach people to improve at a sport, skill, or school subject.
A person who helps someone build knowledge.
Be present, to go to an event, place...
Get to know
To spend time with somebody or something so that you gradually learn more about them.
Become a member of an organisation.
To be involved in an activity with other people.
You already have the information.
You learn new information for the first time.
To get knowledge or skills.
You give to someone the knowledge or skills.
Try to understand new ideas and facts.
You enjoy doing it.
It makes you laugh or is strange, surprising, unexpected or difficult to explain or understand.
Is a chance that something may happen or be true.
Is an event, or a time when something happens.
Is a possibility of doing something, or a situation which gives you the posibility of doing something.
Is something you do to earn money.
Is used to talk about the particular type of work activity which you do.
needing a lot of your time, attention, or effort.
making you feel tired.
A job that is available for someone to do.
To spend time working at one's job in addition to one's normal working hours.
a permanent job
be on the dole
To receive money from the government because you do not have a job.
A time of training when you start a new job to see if you are suitable for the work.
Value in doing something.
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