A. Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F). Go back to Reading 1 and look for the answers you are unsure of. 





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A. Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F). Go back to Reading 1 and look for the answers you are unsure of.



___ 1. Greg Cheney makes diet pills.

___ 2. Greg Cheney always tells the truth.

___ 3. Many people made a lot of money with Cheney’s company.

___ 4. Kelly Eagan lost money.

___ 5. Most people pay only $35.

___ 6. One bottle of diet pills cost $39,95.

___ 7. Igor Spilsak led in the TV commercial.

B. Complete the chart.

  Amount they paid Amount they made Amount they lost
Kelly Eagan      
Susan Kauffman      
Igor Spilsak      

How much money did Greg Cheney make from these people?

READING 2.

Answer the questions according to the information in the reading.

1. What are the advantages of this programme?

2. Who created the programme?

3. If you sign up, what do you get?

4. Why should you sign up soon?

8. ASNALYZE

Answer these questions. Give reasons for your answers.

1. How does the writer of Reading 1 feels about Greg Cheney? How do you know?

2. Who was Reading 2 written for?

3. Reading 2 doesn’t tell you how much the programme costs. Why not?

4. This reading is about a pyramid scheme. What might be wrong with this way of making money? Do you think it can work?

9. DISCUSSION

Answer the questions. Give reasons for your opinions.

1. “People who believe in get rich quickly scams should lode their money”. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not?

2. Do you think that people today are more dishonest than they were in the past?

Lesson 54.

 
 

1. SPEAKING

1) How many different ways are there of finding jobs?

2) Where can you find job vacancies in your area?

3) Do you know people who are working? How did they find their job?

4) What kind of work do you like?

5) What kind of job do you want?

2. READING:We want you

Read the job advertisement below. What kind of job is it for?

Are these sentences true or false?

1 The pay is £20 000.

2 You must have experience in sales and customer service.

3 You need to be good with people.

4 Full-time staff never work weekends.

5 They will train you if you get the job.

6 You can only apply by telephone.

Jobcentre Plus

In this picture, Carla is working.

A) Look at the picture and consider the following questions:

Where is Carla? What is she doing?

What do you think her job is?

In the next picture Carla is at the Jobcentre.

Steve Barret is Carla’s personal adviser.

B)Read and match Steve’s questions to Carla’s answers below.

Steve: Hello Carla, sit down. Before we can look for a job for you, I need to fill in one of these forms. I’m going to ask you about your skills, qualifications and work experience. That way we can find the best job that suits you.

Carla: Right, OK.

Steve: What kind of work are you looking for?

Carla: Hairdressing.

Steve: Do you have any qualifications in hairdressing?

Carla: Yes, I got my NVQ 1 in Hairdressing last year from Brighton College.

Steve: And have you worked as a hairdresser before?

Carla: Yes, I was working for a year at Hair Today in town.

Steve: So that’s one year’s work experience... good. Did they give you any training at the salon?

Carla: I did my hairdressing modern apprenticeship at Hair Today. They gave me some training in shampooing and colouring hair but I think I need more.

Steve: Have you thought about another college course?

Carla: I’d like to do my NVQ 2 in Hairdressing at college part-time.

Steve: Well, the Jobcentre can help you arrange that. I’ll tell you about it later. Before that I need to know something about your skills. What did you learn at Hair Today?

Carla: Well I learnt a lot about hairdressing, especially how to build relationships with clients. You have to be a good listener and a good communicator all round, really.

Steve: OK, I’ll put you down for hairdressing, and good people and listening skills.

Here’s my last question. Do you need any special help in your job search, such as childcare or health care?

Carla: Well, I have a three-year-old child. So I either need to work flexible hours or find some cheap childcare.

Steve: Well, the Jobcentre runs a scheme to help single parents, so that all your earnings aren’t spent on childcare.

Carla: That sounds good. How much does it cost?

 
 

Steve: It’s depends on how much you earn. I’ll work out what benefits you could get when we see the salaries for jobs on offer.

 

 

C) Choose five of the questions that Steve asks Carla. Write them below.

1 .............................................................................................................................................

2 ............................................................................................................................................

3 ........................................................................................................................................

4 .............................................................................................................................................

5 ............................................................................................................................................

1. VOCABULARY

A) LOOKING FOR A JOB

Use the words below to complete the text:

qualifications experience section
application interview CV

I thought it would be quite easy to find a job when I left school, but it’s been really difficult. I look through the job (1) … in the local paper every week, but everybody seems

to want people with lots of (2) … and I didn’t do very well at school. I’ve sent my (3) … to dozens of companies in the local area but nobody has got back to me. I must have filled in at least thirty (4) … forms and I’ve only had one reply. I went for an (5) … last week but it didn’t go very well – they said they wanted someone with more (6) … but I’ve never had a job! Sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever find anything.

In the United Sates a CV is called a resume.

B) APPLYING FOR A JOB – VERBS





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