Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi:
Do you work or are you a student?
What work do you do? What subjects are you studying?
Câu trả lời 1:
I’ve been working as an English teacher for about 15 years now, and for the last 10 years, I’ve specialized exclusively in teaching IELTS. I absolutely love what I do. Of course, sometimes I feel tired and emotionally drained, especially when I have to mark my students’ essays until midnight… but I just don’t see myself doing anything else.
Câu trả lời 2:
It’s been a few years now since I started working full-time. I work in Experiential Marketing and I absolutely love it because it’s the type of job that really lets you utilize all of your talents. One day you can be learning to use a drill hole in the floor. It’s very versatile. It’s for people who don’t want to be the same as the day before. (by Elena Korobskaya, a band 9 scorer, watch a video on our Instagram)
Câu trả lời 3:
Well, when I left school, I got a degree in nursing, and I’ve been working as a nurse at X hospital for almost 10 years now. Being a nurse is really hard. I’m responsible for lots of different things such as preparing patients for examinations, observing and recording patients’ conditions, measuring and recording their vital signs and weight, providing emotional support to patients and their families, administering medications, preparing rooms, cleaning and disinfecting equipment and instruments, or assisting doctors during surgery. This list is endless. Also, every day I perform a really wide range of tasks to provide care to my patients and resolve their problems. For instance, I thread and remove catheters, apply and change wraps and bandages, feed patients who cannot feed themselves, dress patients with physical challenges, help ambulatory patients walk, turn bedridden patients to prevent pressure sores, and transport patients. There’s no such thing as a routine day in a hospital, and you never know what to expect. That’s why it’s a very tough job.
Câu trả lời 4:
Currently, I’m in my senior year of high school. And I’m graduating this year. Now I’m working hard in order to get passing grades ’cause I’m planning to study abroad. I want to major in Journalism ’cause I’ve always had a strong passion for writing, and I don’t see myself doing anything else. And there’s a great two-year diploma Journalism program at Seneca College in Canada. So if everything is ok, 9 months from now I’ll be studying there. And hopefully not online.