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Job is a countable noun. Which one of the following verbs and phrases is not usually used before the noun job?


Listen Listen and repeat.

Now write the verbs and phrases in the boxes below in the order they normally occur.

a job   (1º)  


a job   (2º)  

a job   (3º)  

a job   (4º)  

a job   (5º)  

The following are all ways of ending employment. Put them in the most suitable sentence in the correct form.

1. My dad was sixty-five when he from work and started to receive his state pension.

2. Juan Manuel from Telefónica for stealing mobile phones.

3. 3,000 workers have in order to cut costs and increase profits.

4. I’m thinking of from my job at the supermarket and signing up for a full-time computer course.

to get the sack (informal) = to be dismissed (formal), to be fired (informal)

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Career is also a countable noun. Which one of the following verbs and phrases is not usually used before the noun career?


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Which one of the following nouns is not usually used after the verb to earn?


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Choose the best word. Follow the example.

Example: One way of looking for a job is to read the job in the newspaper.

1. Companies often ask candidates to complete and send it to them with a CV.

2. If you apply for a , you are asking for a particular position or job in a company.

3. A is another name for a company.

4. If your job application is successful, you are put on a shortlist and invited to attend an .

5. Another way to say “Why did you hand in your notice?” is

6. Job candidates are often asked to provide from previous teachers or employers.

7. A person who lives outside a city and travels into the centre to work every day is called a .

8. Regular annual increases in your salary are called .

9. Another way to say “What’s your job?” is Answers

10. The extra things you receive apart from your salary, such as a company car, health benefits and travel expenses, are called .

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Work: An activity, such as a job, which a person uses physical or mental effort or do, usually for money.
Job: The regular work which a person does to earn money. / A particular piece of work.
Task: A well-defined responsibility that is usually imposed by another.
Assignment: Generally signifies a task given by a person in authority.
Labour: Practical work. Usually implies human work, especially of a hard physical or intellectual nature.
Toil: Applies principally to strenuous, fatiguing labour.
Chore: Generally signifies a minor, routine, or odd job.

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