Looking for a Job

Jeff and Gina are looking for jobs. They read the classified ads from the newspaper. They practice questions about each job.

“Did you see the job opening for a server at Joy’s Japanese Restaurant?” asks Gina.

Yes, I did,” answers Jeff. “I worked there before I went to college. Now I want to be a manager of a restaurant.”

Joy’s Japanese Restaurant is a good place to work,” says Gina.

Jeff and Gina look at the website for Joy’s Japanese Restaurant. “Is there a job opening for a manager?” asks Jeff.

Yes, there is a job opening for a full-time manager,” says Gina.

“Good!” says Jeff.

“Can you work full-time?”

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you work on weekends?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you make a schedule?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you do accounting?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you cook sushi?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you fill the refrigerators with food?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you speak Japanese?” asks Gina.

Yes, I can,” says Jeff.

“Can you fly a jet?" asks Gina.

“No, I can’t,” says Jeff.

“Look for another job!” says Gina with a smile. Then she says, “Just kidding.”

ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN PHONEMIC AWARENESS INFUSION

Pronunciation of /j/ and /y/ Consonants

Reading Infusion by: Mirtha O. Martinez (7/04)
Revised 5/10/06

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