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Teste seu inglês: Palavras usadas quando falamos sobre trabalhos

By sergio | Teste Seu Inglês

Apr 28

O teste de hoje é sobre palavras usadas quando falamos sobre trabalhos.

Palavras usadas quando falamos sobre trabalhos

8 Questões

O quiz de hoje é sobre palavras usadas quando falamos sobre trabalhos.

Escolha a melhor alternativa para cada questão.

1º He's been taking a course to become an __________________. (pessoa que conserta eletrodomésticos)

Question 1 of 8

2º You will need to find a _____________ (corretor) in order to sell your house.

Question 2 of 8

3º My uncle works as ________________ . (um montador)

Question 3 of 8

4º That guy had not paid the rent for months, so the landlord called the __________________ (oficiais de justiça) to the property.

Question 4 of 8

5º Most of his work involves __________________. (trabalho braçal)

Question 5 of 8

6º He works there as a __________________. (soldador)

Question 6 of 8

7º My clothes need repairing, I must find a _______________. (costureira)

Question 7 of 8

8º The ______________ (carregador de mudança) will be here any minute now.

Question 8 of 8


 

 

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  • Henrique Andrade says:

    Olá Ana Luiza!
    Então eu nao li esse livro não.Como faço pra falar com vc.
    Se vc acha que vai ser bom pra mim, me avise Ok
    Ou então me mande um email
    >>[email protected]<<
    Bye
    See You

  • Ana Luiza says:

    Oi Henrique,
    Vc chegou a ler a série de dicas “Como Falar Inglês”? Se não, fale comigo.. Acho q vc iria gostar.

    hi Jeroni, it’s true, lots of different words and meanings… I would focus on one variety at a time, and not worry so much about the differences.

  • jeroni says:

    There is so much dissimilarity between words proceeding from England that is different in United States. In brazil happen the same thing when we refer word coming from Portugal. Sometimes these words complicate more than help.

  • Ana Luiza says:

    Jacob:
    Wikipedia is a helpful resource, but it is not always exhaustive.

    Actually, the word assembler is very much in use as a position that involves assembling work. If you do a search for “assembler jobs” you’ll find plenty of examples from American companies, such as
    here
    or
    here.

    As far as dressmaker, the Wikipedia page you linked to does not say they make dresses only. It’s more like women’s clothing, especially dresses (see the Answers.com definition here http://www.answers.com/topic/dressmaker )

    And a bailiff can definitely be someone other than an officer who provides security in a court room. You can check the Answers.com or Wikipedia pages if you want:
    http://www.answers.com/topic/bailiff
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bailiff

  • Henrique Andrade says:

    Opa!! Valew pelo incentivo…
    Vou praticar muito!!!
    Já,já todos vc’s vão me ver como presidente dos ESTADOS UNIDOS!!!
    ahsuahsuashuahsua
    Té +

  • kaliandra says:

    oi Henrique, inglês vc vai aprender praticando, seja via chat, filmes, musica… mas vc tem que encarar…até mais

  • Jacob says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dressmaker
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assembler

    If you check, a dressmaker specifically deals with dresses. The example in the quiz spoke generally of clothing.

    An assembler, in most modern usages of the word, is a computer program or a machine. Which country or region supposedly calls assembly line workers “assemblers”? It’s totally possible that it’s the case in Britain or New Zealand, but I just can’t find any evidence of it.

  • Henrique Andrade says:

    Se eu fosse vc’s estava dando graças a Deus por fala Ingles assim tão bem!!!
    Mas eu vou aprender e escrever desse jeito…
    o/
    (x)Eu vou conseguir!!!
    /

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  • Ana Luiza says:

    Jacob… give me a break. You’re kidding, right?

    *Of course* there are differences among American English and other varieties.

    Words from “American English” sometimes have different meanings or uses depending on which US state you’re in, for pete’s sake.

    Before leaving such comments again, please consider the possibility that the English being used is not the English you are most familiar with, and there’s a chance that, unbeknownst to you, it actually is correct language.

  • Jacob says:

    This quiz is terrible. I’m a native English speaker, and many of the terms here are NOT accurate or are used in such an odd way to leave no correct answer.

    We call them tailors or clothiers, not “dressmakers”.

    Someone who works on an assembly line is not an “assembler” but an assembly line worker.

    The term “bailiff” as it’s used makes no sense to me, but perhaps this is a difference between American English and another variety. In the USA a bailiff is a police officer who provides security in a court room.

  • Osvaldo da Conceição Luis Laurindo says:

    good…keep sending more

  • Mary says:

    I like this quiz so much, but I will improve my English yet.

  • Delino says:

    This quiz is very nice,I liked a lot if this quiz has been post once a week, we will improve our english very quickly.

    Thanks.English online team.

  • Marcia Farias says:

    Very good this quiz!!!

  • Henrique Andrade says:

    Ei Pessoal, se alguem estiver afim de ajudar um menino necessidado!Eu estou akii!!
    ashuahsuahs…
    Quero aprender Ingles, mas ta dificil hein….Quem quiser me mandar email em Ingles ta aí oh (qualquer coisa) [email protected]
    Grato

  • LISETE says:

    Many wrongs. I am so sad.

  • Ana Luiza says:

    Hi everyone!! Thanks for taking the quiz smile Talk to you soon…

  • Ariane Prado says:

    Damn!! My result was POOR!!! I need some help, but I really love this site.
    Thanks Ana and Sergio.

  • Ira says:

    Lots of new vocabulary.Some I’ve never heard of, the majority I should say.I’ll be back later to try once again and see if I can do better next time.

    Tks,

  • Henrique Andrade says:

    Caraka!!!
    I need help, please!!!!!!

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