Let's Practise our Vocabulary!
 

Jobs!

 

accountant(s)

baker(s)

barber(s)

accountant(s) baker(s) barber(s)

bar(man/maid)(men/maids)

builder(s)

butcher(s)

barman (barmen) builder(s) butcher(s)

carpenter(s)

cashier(s)

chambermaid(s)

carpenter(s) cashier(s) chambermaid(s)

chef(s)

cleaner(s)

dentist(s)

chef(s) cleaner(s) dentist(s)

doctor(s)

electrician(s)

engineer(s)

doctor(s) electrician(s) engineer(s)

fire(man/woman)(men/women)

fishmonger(s)

flight attendant(s)

fireman (firemen) fishmonger(s) flight attendant(s)

hair dresser(s)

judge(s)

lawyer(s)

hairdresser(s) judge(s) lawyer(s)

nurse(s)

optician(s)

painter(s)

nurse(s) optician(s) painter(s)

photographer(s)

plumber(s)

police(man/woman)(men/women)

photographer(s) plumber(s) policeman (policemen)

porter(s)

post(man/woman)(men/women)

receptionist(s)

porter(s) post[wo]man (post[wo]men) receptionist(s)

reporter(s)

sales assistant(s)

sales representative(s)

reporter(s) sales assistant(s) sales representative(s)

scientist(s)

secretary(ies)

surgeon(s)

scientist(s) secretary (secretaries) surgeon(s)

Technician

Teacher

Technician

tailor(s) teacher(s) technician(s)

vet(s)

waiter(s)/waitress(es)

welder(s)

vet(s) waiter(s) welder(s)
 

 

Work - What do they do? Where do they work?
Job What do they do? Where do they work?
Accountants Look after the finances in an organisation. They work in an office.
Bakers Bake bread. They work in a bakery.
Barbers Shave men's beards and cut men's hair. They work in a barbers.
Barmen/women Serve drinks. They work in a bar, pub or restaurant.
Butchers Prepare and sell meat. They work in a butchers.
Chambermaids Clean and tidy rooms. They work in a hotel.
Chefs Prepare and cook food. They work in a kitchen.
Dentists Look after people's teeth. They work in a dentists.
Doctors Look after people's health. They work in a hospital or surgery.
Fishmongers Prepare and sell fish. They work in a fishmongers.
Flight attendants Look after passengers. They work in an aeroplane (airplane AmE).
Hair dressers Cut and style people's hair. They work in a hair salon.
Judges Judge and sentence people. They work in a law court.
Lawyers Defend and prosecute people. They work in a law court and in a lawyers office.
Nurses Look after patients . They work in a hospital or doctor's surgery.
Opticians Look after people's eye sight. They work in an opticians.
Porters Carry other people's bags and luggage. They work in a hotel or train station.
Receptionists Meet and greet visitors. They work in reception.
Sales Assistants Sell goods and look after customers. They work in a shop.
Secretaries Arrange appointments, type letters and organise meetings. They work in an office.
Surgeons Operate on people who are sick. They work in a hospital.
Tailors Design, make, alter or repair garments, They work in factories and shops.
Teachers Teach people. They work in a school.
Technicians Organise and repair technical equipment. They work everywhere!
Vets Look after people's animals. They work in a veterinary surgery or vets.
Waiters/Waitresses Serve people food and drink. They work in a restaurant.
Welders Weld metal to make things. They work in factories and construction.

 

 

People who work in film-making and theatre 

    

1) Animator

 noun

someone who makes animated films or cartoons

2) Art director

 noun

someone whose job is to decide about the clothes, lights, and scenery for a play or film

3) Auteur

 noun

film director who has almost total control over their films

4) Best boy

 noun

someone whose job is to help the person in charge of fitting or repairing the electrical equipment needed for making a film

5) Bluescreen

 noun

method used in film making that involves filming the action in front of a background of a single colour and later replacing the background with a scene

6) Cameraman

 noun

someone who operates a camera for making films or television programmes

7) Director

 noun

theatre someone who is in charge of making a film or programme, or gettingplay ready for performanceespecially by telling the actors and technicalstaff what to do

directorial

 adjective

relating to the work of a directorespecially a film director

8) Film-maker

 noun

film directorespecially an independent director who has full control over the films he or she makes

9) Gaffer

 noun

cinema someone whose job is to control the use of the lights when a film is being made

10) Grip

 noun

cinema someone whose job is to move cameras around while televisionprogrammes or films are being made

11) Moviemaker

 noun

american a film-maker

12) Producer

 noun

someone whose job is to organize the work and money involved in making a filmplaytelevision programme, CD etc

13) Stage manager

 noun

someone who is in charge of the practical arrangements for a play or other show

14) Stunt man

 noun

a man whose job is to perform dangerous actions in a film

15) Stunt woman

 noun

woman whose job is to perform dangerous actions in a film

 

Follow these links and do the exercises

https://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/jobs.html

http://www.esolcourses.com/cinema/vocabulary.html

Fuente: Created by Susan Zilberstein
Fecha: 13/6/2018 | Creado por: Susana Beatriz
Categoria: Game Time
Etiquetas: Zilberstein, Susan, 2018, 5, Teens, Inglés, Almagro