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COMPLEMENTARY MATERIAL B2

In English, some jobs and professions have both male and female terms. Take a look at the
following pictures and find the male and female term for each one.

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seamstress
actor
waiter

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tailor
waitress
masseur

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actress
masseuse

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The hints ACROSS/DOWN will help you! 2 . Find some other jobs and professions in the crossword below.2.

who manages other servants 4 A person who sells meat in a shop 6 A person who repairs shoes 7 Someone who directs the performance of musicians 9 A person who delivers and collects letters and parcels 10 A person who makes and repairs iron tools and horseshoes 11 Someone who catches fish. 5 Someone who teaches people to improve at a sport. performing general office duties 15 A person who writes news stories or articles for a newspaper or magazine 18 A person whose job is to join metal parts together 19 Someone whose job is to give advice to people about the law and speak for them in court 3 . or school subject 8 A person who repairs and/or makes locks and keys 10 A person who buys and sells foreign money for other people 16 Someone who prepares and cooks food 17 A person who makes and repairs wooden objects 20 A person who prepares dead bodies to be buried or cremated and organizes funerals 21 A person who cuts people's hair and puts it into a style DOWN 1 A person whose job is to make bread and cakes for sale 2 The most important male servant in a house.ACROSS 3 A person who supplies and connects. or repairs water pipes. especially as their job 12 Someone who sells fish. etc. toilets. skill. baths. especially from a shop 13 A person who builds walls or buildings using bricks 14 A person who works in an office.

and not anyone else.3. Bring with you any school certificates. 2. however. Be clear and concise. Read the following statements and put in the right column which ones should go under DO’s and which ones should go under DON’Ts 1. Walk into the interview chewing gum. Others. or smoking. Never answer “Yes” or “No” or shrug. Tell the employer should give you the job. Talk about your qualifications even if they don´t relate to the job. 3. a few minutes early. Have a light meal to eat and go to the toilet. When you go to a job interview. 9. 8. 4 . Whether you like it or not. Be on time. Have a drink beforehand to give you courage. If you don’t you may well be hungry during the interview. 5. Make a real effort to answer every question the interviewer asks. and offer one to the interviewer. Smoke if you’re feeling nervous. 11. you must take into account a couple of things that will help you succeed. appearance counts. samples of your work or letters of recommendation from your teachers or anyone else you might have worked part-time for. Shake hands with the interviewer. Choose your interview clothing with care. or better. 6. 7. must be avoided. 4. 10.

hours. 16. Stress that you are willing to learn. Concentrate on what the interviewer is saying. This doesn’t mean exaggerating or making your experience or interests seem unimportant. like your problem getting up in the morning. Try to make that up by emphasizing your best part. 14. There´s nothing like being natural. holidays. about the pay. 13. 5 . 17. tell a joke or yawn whenever you feel like it. Stress poor aspects of yourself. and if he or she asks if you have any questions. Giggle. Do whatever you need to appear cocky or argumentative. specially your keenness to work and your sense of responsibility. have at least one ready to show that you’re interested. Ask questions at the close of the interview. Sell yourself. That shows character. 15. For instance. or if there is a training program. 18. Show some enthusiasm when the job is explained to you.12. Admit it if you do not know something about the more technical aspects of the job.

(Come in and sit down.) on signs and notices. The mood used in all the statement above is the IMPERATIVE.    Do be quiet. The imperative mood is used to: to give a direct order (Close the door) to give instructions (Take a left and then a right) to make an invitation. you will find different grammatical moods. Do sit down. Make yourself at home.In English. the Subjunctive and the Imperative. as in any other language. 6 . Some of them are the Indicative. (Push/Insert one dollar) to give friendly informal advice (Speak to him. Tell him how you feel) * We can make the imperative 'more polite' by adding 'do'. Do come.

Match the vocabulary (1-16) with their meanings (A-P) 1 SOFTWARE A Programs on a computer 2 ICON B the World Wide Web 3 SURF C Two or more computers directly linked 4 MOUSE D Controls the location of the cursor on the screen 5 TO DOWNLOAD E To receive material from the internet 6 INTERNET F A picture representing a program 7 VIRUS G To look at internet pages 8 NETWORK H Program which can harm your computer 9 POP-UP I equipment which makes up a computer 10 KEYBOARD J icon that connects directly to a file or folder 11 PROGRAMMER K hardware that puts materials from the computer to paper 12 SHORTCUT L person who makes or modifies computer programs 13 HARDWARE M we use it to type into a computer 14 MONITOR N marks where you are going to type 15 CURSO O message or screen that appears with advertisements 16 PRINTER P another word for computer screen 1: 5: 9: 13: 2: 6: 10: 14: 3: 7: 11: 15: 4: 8: 12: 16: 7 .4. Computer vocabulary matching.

5.. …………………………………………. 6.. according to their use. …………………………………………... 4. Write the phrasal verbs in the different columns. In this case. …………………………………………..5. …………………………………………... …………………………………………. 2. …………………………………………... Remember that phrasal verbs are composed of one verb + one or more prepositions. …………………………………………. …………………………………………. 2. 1. …………………………………………. TO START USING A COMPUTER TO STOP USING A COMPUTER 1. …………………………………………. 2. 8 . 3. WHEN A COMPUTER STOPS WORKING 1. Here you are a list of phrasal verbs related to computers. ………………………………………….... 3. they are written altogether to make it easier for you to find them. 4. ………………………………………….

…………………………………………. …………………………………………. 4.. …………………………………………. 2.. 6. …………………………………………. ………………………………………….. 5.... TO USE SOMEONE ELSE’S COMPUTER SECRETLY 1. …………………………………………. ………………………………………….. 3.. …………………………………………. ………………………………………….TO PUT INFORMATION INTO A COMPUTER TO PRINT THINGS FROM A COMPUTER TO USE A COMPUTER AND GET INFORMATION FROM IT 1.. 9 . …………………………………………. 1. …………………………………………. …………………………………………... 1. …………………………………………... 2. 3. …………………………………………. 2.. …………………………………………. …………………………………………. 5... …………………………………………. 6.. …………………………………………. 3. 2.. 7. 4.