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Sam works as a motor vehicle engineer. She is talking about her day at work. Match the things she says (1–6) and the pictures (A–F). 1 My apprenticeship trainer1 is called Harry. He talks to me and tells me what to do. He’s very nice. 2 Hi. My name’s Sam – that’s Samantha. I’m a motor vehicle engineer. I work in a garage. We repair great classic sports cars! 3 I start work every day at 8 a.m. When I arrive at work, I clock on2. 4 I finish work at 5 p.m. I clock off3 and go home. 5 What do I do in my job? I make parts for the cars. I often use a lathe4. I also help to assemble the cars – that means, to put them together. 6 We have a short break in the morning at 10 a.m. and a second break in the afternoon at 3 p.m. I have a coffee and a sandwich in the workshop. We have an hour for lunch at 1 p.m. There’s a canteen5 in the factory. I usually eat there. 2 Work with a partner. Take it in turns6 to be Sam. Ask and answer the questions below. 3 H 1 apprenticeship trainer: Lehrberechtigte/r 2 clock on: einloggen 3 clock out: ausloggen 4 lathe: Drehbank 5 canteen: Kantine What do you do in your job? When do you start/finish work? What do you do at lunchtime? When do you have lunch? Where do you work? Who is your apprenticeship trainer? 6 take it in turns: sich abwechseln 77 On the job · Metalwork A B C D E F Nur zu Prüfzwecken – Eigentum des Verlags öbv