Whether it's a career, a Saturday job or work experience, it's useful to be able to talk about jobs, work and your current and future plans.
Put the jobs (listed below) into the correct categories and write their meanings in English. Use the table headings to help you. The jobs are listed in their masculine or feminine forms. The first two have been done for you.
|Outdoors||In a café||At home||In an office||In a shop|
|el albañil(bricklayer)||el carnicero(butcher)|
|outdoors||in a café||at home||in an office||in a shop|
|el albañil (bricklayer)||la camarera (waitress)||el ama de casa (housewife)||el contable (accountant)||el carnicero (butcher)|
|la cartera (postwoman)||el escritor (writer)||el hombre de negocios (businessman)||la comerciante (merchant, shop owner)|
|la granjera (farmer)||la periodista (journalist)||la dependienta (shop assistant)|
|el jardinero (gardener)||el panadero (baker)|
Nearly all the professions listed have feminine forms, eg:
The nouns that don't have feminine forms are el albañil and el hombre de negocios (but you can say la mujer de negocios for businesswoman).