Ex. IX a), p. 34 Bob: What are you going to take up as a career? J o h n : Architecture. Actually,
I've already started. I began my studies last October.
Bob: What are you going to do when you fin lull?
John: Oh, I shall go back home and pipeline In my native town. There's a lot of
useful work to ho don» Нити building schools, hospitals, homes for the people.
Bob: What made you decide to take up architecture as a career?
John: Well, I was good at Maths and Arts at schoool and I think I had a certain
feeling for design. My lonelier encouraged me and said I had a bent for architecture.
Bob: I find that some young people I'm I to take up a career because they're not
sure what they want to do and what career opportunities there are.
John: Yes, that's true. But usually your personal qualities show up at school, don't
they? Teachers guide and encourage the young to take up the careers for which
they're bent. suited.
Ex. XII, p. 35 1. His love for children made him take up teaching as a career/ become a
teacher/go in for teaching and lie never regretted/was sorry about his choice. 2. It
I'll have to choice between working in a day-care
centre/kindergarten/nurserу school and going to a teacher-training college. 3. There
isn't much variety in my work, but it has its advantages/merits.4. I am afraid that this
time it will be difficult for the pupils/schoolchildren to cope with the task. 5. The
pupils' progress depends to a great extent/degree (The pupils' progress largely
depends) on their teacher and his professional skill. 6. Work in a school will be a
challenge to your intelligence, tact and a sense of responsibility/will require from you
intelligence, tact and a sense of resposibility. 7. Respect can be earned only by honest
work. 8. In Britain not every graduate of a teacher-training college can find a job. 9. I
have been working as a teacher/I've been in teaching for many years, and
I can say
couldn't find nobler work. 10. My friend chose medicine for a career when he
was still at school. He has always been sure that it is the most vital work in the world.
11. My love of music and my interest in the theory of education made me
consider/think about teaching music as a career. 12. School-leavers often have
difficulty (in) deciding/find it difficult to decide (It is often difficult for school-
leavers to decide) what trade/profession to choose. In this case the teachers and the
parents can help them to make the right choice of university. Besides every school
has a system of career counselling. 13. In this country'/In our country teaching has
traditionally been one of the most respected professions. 14. What attracts you in