kick off PTS, Coursebook

Starting out Work in groups. Look through the job adverts quickly. Don’t read the text word for word, just scan through the text. Answer the questions and compare with your group. Workbook p. 29, ex. 1, 2 1 What jobs do they name? 2 For which job is English necessary? 3 In which jobs do you have to work on Saturdays? 4 In which jobs can you earn extra money from tips? 5 For which jobs are computer skills required? 6 For which jobs can you apply via email? 7 Which qualities should a hairdresser have? 8 Which job would you like/not like to apply for? Why?/Why not? Discuss with your group. 1 Unit 6 Wanted: Apprentice IT specialist Computer software company is looking for a young employee with excellent computer skills and experience with office software. Good pay. Apply in writing to: ICC Software, 16 Window Street, Cornwall. TOM’S . CAR . PARADISE Want to work with your hands? Interested in cars? Our small workshop is looking for an apprentice mechanic. Friendly atmosphere. Come and see us at High Street, Bristol. Emma’s Salon needs a creative and friendly apprentice hairdresser. Good taste and excellent manners a must. Two free Saturdays. Extra money from tips. Apply in writing to Emma’s Salon, 3 Barton Road, Bath. Busy restaurant in town needs hard-working apprentice cook. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends. Send us your CV via email: Do you like people and fashion? Do you like working in a dynamic team? Bella’s Beauty Salon is looking for a polite apprentice beautician. Working hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Big tips. Call for an appointment 0234 13579. Want to work in an office? Our small company is looking for an apprentice office worker. Experience in word processing & typing and basic knowledge of English required. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Call 0124 224567 or contact 1 4 2 5 3 6 Fit for the future 56 Ó worksheet hp7w6z Nur zu Prüfzwecken – Eigentum des Verlags öbv