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Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 2:21 am
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Hello again :D
Nofi wrote:I expertise in hair and beuty. My role is a hairdresser and a make up artist. My trade is in beauty industry sector. As well as knowing and understanding the market, I have to be able to recommend custumers in order to sell my products. Without selling these products, I will not be able to re-order my stocks.
My expertise is in hair and beauty. I am a hairdresser and a make up artist. My trade is in the beauty industry. As well as knowing and understanding the market, I have to be able to recommend products to customers in order to sell my products. Without selling these products, I will not be able to reorder my stock.
Hi, I have a question about your work as a hairdresser.
Is short hair easier to work on than long hair?
Thank you, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 5:07 pm
by Nousheen
I am pretty school teacher I have around 24 students from different nation mostly are from USA and my Co workers are Spanish. I need to improve my English because in my job I want to create an ideas for students in different activities which I discuss with them but because of my week English I face problems. Some time i.can't understand some things how can I discuss with my Co workers and how can I explain my ideas with my students. Events like mother's day, national day etc how can I explain it and how can I write many points in paper works like incident report or accident report. Daily teacher communication book. So it's very important for me I have to improve my English.
I am very thankful to you

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 3:54 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:I like teachers :D
misslarios wrote:I am a Preschool teacher. My job is to create lesson plans, evaluations, organize fun activities to celebrate special events such as mother's day, valentine's, Christmas and some other fun activities.I'm in charge of the English curriculum and my coworker teaches Spanish. We have around 24 students from different parts of the world. I work for an International private school and I'm looking forward to star a new year with new ideas and exciting moments to build great memories for this new group. In the future I would love to get an International task to teach overseas. That would be Awesome.

My job is to create lesson plans, evaluate how effective our teaching is, organize fun activities to celebrate special events such as mother's day, valentine's, Christmas and some other fun activities. :arrow: I changed this one to get parallel structure in the list so every list item starts with a verb. Excellent use of My job is to....

I'm in charge of the English curriculum and my coworker teaches Spanish. We have around 24 students from different parts of the world. I work for an International private school and I'm looking forward to starting a new year with new ideas and exciting moments to build great memories for this new group. In the future I would love to get an International job to teach overseas. That would be Awesome.
Hello, I read that you are a preschool teacher and I have a question.
How long can the little ones sit quietly when you read to them?

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:02 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Good morning :D
Marcelina wrote:Good morning. I am a student of University. I've finished my first year of English in Public Communication, but the level of English use is quite low - we work at B2 level. For me it is not so good because I want to be a translator. So at October I am going to start second field - English Philology with Translation studies. In my dreams I want to go abroad and do something what I like (writting, reading, media uses, PR or something like that) and know every word from English language. Maybe learn some other languages. Now I have a little bit barriery in English, because I don't know how to learn English words and have them in memory.. This is very hard. :geek:
I am a university student. I've finished my first year of English in Public Communication, but the level of English use is quite low - we work at B2 level. For me it is not so good because I want to be a translator. So in October I am going to start a second major - English Philosophy :?: with Translation studies. In my dreams I want to go abroad and do something that I like (writing, reading, media uses, PR or something like that) and know every English word. Maybe learn some other languages. Now I have a little bit of a barrier in English, because I don't know how to learn English words and have them in memory.
Hi, I read that you are studying English at your university and have a question for you.
Do you have summers off from university classes?

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:07 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Nice to meet you :D
Tariku wrote:i am church minster.my job involves preach the word God evry week and organised other minsters.i prepered the church memberes to diffrent kind of spirichual responsblty.when i do my job well my congregation wii be grow and many popels will come to Jesus .but when i didn't my job very well my church dose not grow.so in this cases i am working stronglly.
i am a church minster. my job involves preaching the word of God evry week and organizing other minsters. i prepare the church members for different kinds of spiritual responsibly.

when i do my job well my congregation will grow and many people will come to Jesus .but if i didn't my job very well my church would close, not grow. so i am working hard.

I'm not exactly sure what you mean by organizing other ministers. Do you make a schedule?

Also, please consider using a spell checker, especially if you have Microsoft Word or something similar. It may be hard for people who speak English as a second language to understand some misspellings.
Hello. I read that you are a church minister and I have a question.
Do you preach in the same location every week?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:18 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Cool :D
yoki05 wrote:
James Trotta wrote:Please reply below with your job description. If you haven't taken the class yet, here it is: http://eslgo.com/classes/business/job-description.php
Hello! I'm phychologist I can work whit the people and held them to faund solution to their problems. Phychologys have many specialties I would like to work in an international industry like the boss at the human resources. In this job have many activities like select the person a cording to the personality and the job. Organize Each department and give many instruction, give new ideas. I need to notice who is the best doing their job and give a present to them. And other thinks.
I can work with people and held them to find solutions to their problems. Phychologys have many specialties I would like to work in an international industry like the boss of a human resources department. In this job I will have many responsibilities like selecting the person according to how well their personality suits the job.

I need to notice who is the best at doing their job and reward them.
Hello, I read that you are a psychologist and have a question for you.
Is it usual for Human Resources professionals at large companies to be trained in psychology?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:53 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Part of the problem is that many researchers try to show off how smart they are by writing very complex sentences :x
monka wrote:My education and my job is involving physical and psychosocial rehabilitation. I work with adults and children as a physical therapist and as an occupational therapist. I have two MS degrees. As a physical therapist I work in a rehabilitation center helping those in need. My clients are priority to me. Most of my cases are orthopedic ones. On the other hand, I also have a chance to work with children as an occupational therapist. A switch between these two majors gives me a lot of different experience and knowledge to go and serve others. I would like to speak and write proper English to help me with research. There is so much international research in many languages in physical and occupational therapy that would enhance my knowledge.
My education and my job involves physical and psychosocial rehabilitation. I work with adults and children as a physical therapist and as an occupational therapist. I have two MS degrees. As a physical therapist I work in a rehabilitation center helping those in need. My clients are my priority. Most of my cases are orthopedic ones. On the other hand, I also have a chance to work with children as an occupational therapist. A switch between these two majors has given me a lot of different experiences and knowledge to go and serve others. I would like to speak and write proper English to help me with research. There is so much international research in many languages in physical and occupational therapy that would enhance my knowledge.
Hi, I read about your training and your job in a rehabilitation center and I have a question.
Does physical therapy require more strength from the therapist than occupational therapy?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 5:00 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Great use of my job involves +ing :!:
Anna Wong wrote:I'm a clerk of Transport and Housing Bureau in Government Department. My job involves filing all the incoming and outgoing documents. My job is to give good filing system. Filing is important because it is convenient for my bosses looking their confidential documents. If I do my job well, then my bosses will find documents easily. But if I ever do a poor job, I could not help my bosses.

I'm a government clerk in the Transport and Housing Bureau (Department). :arrow: Bureau and department are pretty much the same meaning.

My job is to create and manage :?: a good filing system. Filing is important because it is convenient for my bosses looking for their confidential documents. If I do my job well, then my bosses will find documents easily. But if I ever did a poor job, I would not be able to help my bosses.
Hello, I read about your job filing Transport and Housing documents and I have a question.
Do you work mostly with paper documents?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 5:16 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Thanks for completing your assignment :D
Erumtariq wrote:I am a student of O levels. In future I'd rather like to become doctor. An orthopaedist, who works with bones. Being an orthopaedist it would be important to learn about bones , their arcs and angles.
In the future I'd rather like to become a doctor. An orthopaedist, who works with bones. Being an orthopaedist it will be important to learn about bones, their arcs and angles
Hi, I read about your goal to be an orthopaedist and I have a question for you.
After medical school, how long does it take to become an orthopaedist?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 7:24 pm
by rajani
James Trotta wrote:Please reply below with your job description. If you haven't taken the class yet, here it is: http://eslgo.com/classes/business/job-description.php
I am a software developer. I have one year experience in Blackberry mobile application development as well as platform independent mobile application development tools using PhoneGap.
My job includes writing code and testing application on the basis of different modules. Each module has a timeline and I have to complete modules in the given time limit. After completing each module I have to report my senior about its completion. While doing coding I may get help or ask my seniors.
Now a days I am learning Android and trying to develop a simple application.
This is all about my current job.

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 7:32 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Sounds like you enjoy your work :D
Ann'JJ wrote:I am currently a Data Analyst for one of the top three e-commerce industry in South East Asia. My tasks is quite tough and critical. As an offline business market, can be said that 90% at least, we should have accurate database in our system. Thats is the ways for us to gain and satisfying our customers. My tasks involves creating business tools, analyzing, uploading infomation related to new items in our system and ensure all data have been uploaded correctly. This is because, multiple department will do the uploading. That is why our team need to check on this and do cleaning up in case the data is wrong. For me, my department is very important to the company because all new items will just been stored at warehouse if we didnt create it for live onsite. Almost four month being here, I gain experiences and have learned like I was here almost a year. Too much information and challenges which Im looking for. However, I never stop to find something more challenges than this, as I awared that, I need to learn more because this field of job is my interest. What Im studied during university time is totally different from what I am interested on. But I preferred to do what I choose to be. Even though starting from zero, theres no reason you cant do it, unless you do nothing and just hoping.

Have a nice day!
Good night.
I am currently a Data Analyst for one of the top three e-commerce companies :?: in South East Asia. My tasks are quite tough and critical.

It can be said that we should have at least 90% accuracy in our database system.

That is the way for us to gain and satisfy our customers.

My tasks involve creating business tools, analyzing, uploading infomation related to new items in our system and ensuring all data have been uploaded correctly.

This is because multiple departments will do the uploading. That is why our team needs to check on this and clean up in case the data is wrong.

...all new items will just be stored at warehouse if we didnt create it for live onsite. :arrow: Sorry I'm not getting this. What does "it" mean?

After being here almost four months, I have gained...

However, I never stopped to find something more challenges than this, as I am aware that I need to learn more.

What I studied during university is totally different from what I am interested in.
Hello, I read about your job as a data analyst and I have a question.
Do you have to let the other departments know about the data that was cleaned up?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 8:44 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Congratulations on the new job :D
Xiumara wrote:Hi everyone,

I became a customer service representative at Target three weeks ago. My job involves helping people with questions or situations, reorganizing merchandise in the sales floor, and scanning items and collecting money at a cash register. I have a bachelor's degree in Public Relations and Advertising, but I just came to the United States from my country Puerto Rico and I don't dare apply for a better job because of the language. I came to this Country to do a master's degree in Counseling Psychology. I found at the end of my degree that Psychology was my true vocation. If I want to be successful in my studies, help people and find a better job, I will need to improve my English.
Notice with the list, all verbs should be the same. I made them all -ing verbs. You can choose which type of verb as long as they are all the same.
Hello, I read that you have a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. Do you have a specialty within the Counseling Psychology field that you intend to pursue?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 8:53 pm
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Awesome :D
Kabiro1 wrote:I am a CNA. My job description is to take care of elderly. I love my job, and I always do my best to put smiles on my clients face. Since I have become a CNA I have changed the life of lot of my clients., by helping them with all their needs by by giving bath, cooking meals, light house keeping, errands running, doctor appointment and medication reminder. As a result of my compassionate care most of my clients become more independent.
I am a CNA. My job description is to take care of the elderly. I love my job, and I always do my best to put smiles on my client's face. Since I have become a CNA I have changed the life of a lot of my clients. I help them with all their needs by giving baths, cooking meals, doing light house keeping, running errands, and reminding them about doctor's appointments and medication. As a result of my compassionate care most of my clients become more independent.
Good job :D[/quote]

Hello, I read that you care for the elderly and I have a question.
Do you travel to different client locations every day?
Thanks, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Sat Aug 06, 2016 12:17 am
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Cool. What kind of software do you work on?
jai15 wrote:Hey,
I am an engineering graduate.I have worked as a software engineer for two years.My job involved writing some codes in computer language.
Besides writing codes I tested that codes how it was working.But my dream is to become a professor in future.
For that I have to earn my Master degree.I should pass TOEFL and GRE exams for getting a seat in good colleges.If I score good marks in both exams,I 'll definitely get a seat in one of the best colleges of US.I hope that this course will guide me to achieve my goal.



Thanks.
My job involves writing some codes in computer programming languages.
Besides writing code I tested how the codes were working.
I have to pass TOEFL and GRE exams to get into a good college.
If I score good marks on both exams,I 'll definitely get into one of the best colleges in the US.
Hi, I read that you’ve worked as a software engineer. Is that what you want to study for your master’s degree?
Thank you, Eileen

Re: Describe your job or the job you want

Posted: Sat Aug 06, 2016 12:38 am
by etoneslgo
James Trotta wrote:Hi again :D
Moregrace wrote:The job i want is to be a confidential secretary in an organization where i can keep records, typing of documents, taking dictation, attending meeting with my boss, receiving calls from customers as well as delivery messages and attending to visitors that wants to see the boss and have a good communication with my co-workers.
The job i want is to be a confidential secretary in an organization where i can keep records, type documents, take dictation, attend meetings with my boss, receive calls from customers, deliver messages, attend to visitors that want to see the boss, and have good communication with my co-workers.

Notice that when we make a list we want all verbs to be the same. This is why I got rid of all the -ing verbs. You could have used only -ing verbs but best not to use different types of verbs.
Hello, I read about the job you want and have a question. What kind of training does a confidential secretary need?
Thanks, Eileen