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A Job Worth Doing


What is she ?

What do you think of this job?

exciting

stressful

well paid

badly paid

interesting

boring

satisfying

intellectual

manual

dangerous

teacher


What is she ?

What do you think of this job?

holy

stressful

well paid

boring

satisfying

intellectual

doctor


pilot

exciting

stressful

well paid

dangerous

interesting

boring

cool

What are they?

Can you use an adjective to describe this job?


barber

exciting

stressful

well paid

badly paid

dangerous

interesting

boring


cook

exciting

stressful

well paid

badly paid

intellectual

manual

interesting

boring


exciting

stressful

well paid

manual

interesting

boring

cool

actress

actor


exciting

stressful

well paid

badly paid

dangerous

boring

satisfying

intellectual

policewoman

policeman


Do you know other jobs?


accountant


biochemist


businessman

businesswoman


miner

electrician


secretary

Secretary General of the United Nations


volunteer


accountant

biochemist

businessman

businesswoman

miner

electrician

secretary

volunteer

cook

barber

policeman

秘书

会计

生物化学家

志愿者

商人(男)

厨师

商人(女)

理发师

矿工

警察

电工


We ask this person to put electricity in homes.

This person works underground.

He or she prepares meals in a restaurant.

This scientist studies the chemistry of living things.

You go to this person to get your hair cut.

electrician

miner

cook

biochemist

barber


6. This person works in an office.

7. This person knows a lot about money.

8.He or she works in business.

9. This person must do many things, including directing the traffic.

10. This person has offered to do a job and may not be paid for doing it.

secretary

accountant

businessman / businesswoman

policeman

volunteer


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商人(男) 会计 经理 生物化学家 警察(女) 电工 矿工 科学家

飞行员 秘书 志愿者 厨师 理发师 记者

工程师 邮递员 运动员

businessman

accountant

manager

biochemist

policewoman

electrician

miner

scientist

secretary

pilot

volunteer

cook

barber

journalist

engineer

postman

athlete


1. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to Passage 1?

A. La Paz, which is the capital of Bolivia, is the highest capital in Africa.

B. It’s not easy for people to live at high altitude.

C. The high mountains make communications difficult.

D. The Roads are in bad condition and accidents are frequent in La Paz.


2. Which is TRUE about the particularly dangerous road according to passage1?

A. There is one vehicle falling from the

road every three weeks.

B. Most of the drivers on the road respects the rules.

C. The road going south from the capital is particularly dangerous.

D. It runs north from the capital, La Paz.


3. Why has the death toll fallen according to passage 2?

A. Timoteo works as a traffic signal to direct the traffic for free.

B. More drivers start obeying the rules

when seeing Timoteo working as a

traffic signal.

C. They have made some changes to the

bend to make it less dangerous.

D. Timoteo’s effort finally affected the drivers on the road.


4. We can infer from the last passage that____.

A. Timoteo has formed the habit of changing jobs frequently.

B. Timoteo once narrowly escaped from dying when driving a lorry loaded with bananas.

C. Timoteo dislikes being asked to pull people out of the bus in deep night.

D. He was encouraged by the drivers and as a result he started to take up the mission.


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