Fiona is telling John about her part time job as a waitress. She tells him about the various rules and obligations that her
Instructions for exercise
Listen to the dialogue by pressing the play button below (). When you have heard it, drag the sentences into the white boxes in the correct order. Use the language tips at the bottom of the page to help you.
- the clothes worn by a group of workers e.g. policemen, firemen, nurses etc colleagues
- people who you work with
Language tips - grammar
Talking about obligations
When we want to give advice we use should (must is very strong). "You should wear comfortable shoes." When we talk about obligation we use have to, don't have to or do you have to...? "I have to do 6 shifts a week." "Do you have to work long hours?" "I don't have to work every weekend."