As a teacher, I know very well how students feel about phrasal verbs as there are so many. But although phrasal verbs are very commonly used in English, I don’t recommend learning them by heart – I mean sitting for ages in front of a paper with lists and lists of them. Rather than this,…… Continue reading Phrasal verbs for work
Image by Brooke Lark on Unsplash What do you do for a living? What’s your work like? Is it challenging or tedious? Do you consider that your job is well paid or is it badly paid? What’s important for you at work, wages, the working environment or the promotion prospects? Would you like to set…… Continue reading B2 Vocabulary for speaking about work
What do you do? or… What do you do for a living? Here’s a little quiz on job occupations for beginners.
What Is your employer/boss like? Is she/he nice and understanding? Or do you feel that your employer is too demanding? This listening activity is a revision of the personality adjectives and work vocabulary that we’ve been looking at these days. Good listening and good practice!
A speaking activity for expressions related to the working world created with Emaze. Click for presentation