2014. 2. 26. 09:02

Do you like your job?

▶ Dialogue


 Emily, welcome to the party?


 Thanks for inviting me. It seems like a nice party.


 I hope you enjoy it. How are you these days?


 Pretty good. How are you?


 No so bad.


 It's good to hear that. What do you do for a living these days?


 I'm a computer programmer.


 That's a very challenging job, isn't it? Do you like your job?


 It's a little bit stressful, but it's OK. You're a music teacher, right?


 That's right.


 How do you like your job?


 Well, it's exciting.

▶ Language Focus


 What do you do?

 What's your job/occupation?

 What do you do for a living?

 I'm a graduate student.

 I'm an interpreter.

 I'm a movie director. 

Opinions about jobs 

 Do you like your job?

 Yes, I do. / No, I don't. 

 How do you like your job?

 I like my job very much.

 I like my job at times.

 I don't like my job at all.

 What do you think of your job?

 It's very interesting / exciting / relaxing.

 It's challenging / boring / tiring. 

 Is your job stressful?

 It's not stressful at all / a little bit stressful / stressful / very stressful.

▶ Talk

< Example 1 >

A : What does he do?

B : He's a computer programmer.

A : Where does he work?

B : He works at IT company.

A : Does he work part-time or full-time?

B: I think he works part-time.

< Example 2 >

A : What do you do for a living?

B : I'm a car salesperson.

B : Oh really? What do you think of your job?

A : Well, I think it's challenging in some ways.

A : Is it stressful?

B : Yes, it's a little stressful.

< Example 3 >

A : What do you do?

B : I'm a cashier.

A : Where do you work?

B : I work in restaurant.

A : What do you think of your job?

B : I think it's a little bit boring.

< Example 4 >

A : May I ask your name?

B : Sure. My name is Judy. J-U-D-Y.

A : Thanks. What do you for a living?

B : I'm a doctor.

A : Oh, I see. Where do you work?

B : I work at the General Hospital.

A : Thank you for participating.

B : Anytime.

▶ Vocabulary

occupation : 직업

career : 경력

graduate student : 대학원생

at times = sometimes

flight attendant = cabin crew

steward : 남승무원

self-employed : 자영업

two paychecks : 맞벌이 (two incomes)

employee, employer

veterinarian : 수의사 (VET)

bachelor's degree : 학사

mater's degree : 석사

Dr. : 박사 (Ph.D.)

annual income : 연봉

monthly pay : 월급

pay day : 월급날

▶ Expression

I can't stand on it.

I work for Company.

I work in Department.

I work as Position.

직업을 구하고 있습니다.

I'm looking for a job.

= I'm a job seeker.

= I'm unemployed.

Q : What lines of work are you in? (어떤 분야에서 일하세요?)

A : I'm in the ~~.

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