Describing your Job/Work - English conversation practice - Learn fluent English speaking for Business
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Hello English learners, welcome back to another great English conversation practice lesson. Today I am bringing you a great intermediate English lesson with some really useful English vocabulary. You will learn the English that you speak at work between nine to five. The vocabulary that you could use to describe your job and speak English fluently and confidently with confidence.
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This is really a common situation when someone asks you – What do you do? And you have to tell them about your job profile. So, in today’s English lesson is all about that.
First, you will listen to a dialogue between Jessica, Arthur, Veronica. Jessica and Veronica work at the same office, carefully listen to the phrases they use to introduce their partners and how they talk about their job profiles. It’s gonna be a little fast, but you don’t have to worry about it, because later in this lesson you will learn all the phrases and vocabulary that you find difficult to understand.
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