每日听力白话资料 | Working in the U.K. 在英国作业admin 2019-11-12 共319人围观 ，发现0个评论
What is Joel's first job?
What're the maximum hours that a kid in high school sh锥切ould work from Greg's opinion?
A high school student should probably work no more than 10 hours a week.
1. drink up
例句：Drink up your sherry and we'll go.
2. stand up
例句：We waited, standing up, for an hour.
3. mix up
例句：I like to mix up designer clothes.
4. pick up
例每日听力白话资料 | Working in the U.K. 在英国作业句：He used to do such work as he could pick up.
Joel: Hey, Tom, I have a student that just got a working holiday visa for the U.K., and she asked me what she will be able to do when she's out there, but I don't even know what a working holiday visa is, and I haven't been to the U.K., so I don't know what to tell her.
Tom: Yeah, the working holiday visa is a pretty new thing. I think it lasts six months, and you can work for three months. It's pretty popular among students. Is her English OK?
Joel: Yeah, her English is pretty good.
Tom: Then she shouldn't have a problem getting work in, well, I used to work in a bar when I was at university and that's pretty good work. It's in the evening and the pay is usually pretty basic.
汤姆：那她找每日听力白话资料 | Working in the U.K. 在英国作业工作应该不会有问题，我上大学时在酒吧工作过，那份工作非常不错。工作时间是晚上，拿基本工资。
Joel: But you make tips, though, right.
Tom: English people don't tip.
Joel: Oh, really.
Tom: You just have to put the hours in. You might get bought a couple of drinks, but you'll drink them up after the shift.
汤姆：要做满时间。你也可以点酒喝，不过每日听力白话资料 | Working in the U.K. 在英国作业在换班后才能喝酒。
Joel: It'd definitely make you English better too. You're talking to people all the time.
Tom: The best way to improve. You're expected to talk to the customers all night. But if you didn't like the bar, it's a bit noisy and it can be quite smokey, she could work in a restaurant, out front, taking people's orders. That's another way to use her English and to get to meet some different people and that will tip.
Joel: OK, you tip at restaurants, but not at bars.
Tom: That's right. Yeah.
Joel: I see.
Tom: And if she was struggling a bit she could work in the back of a restaurant.
Joel: Washing dishes or something like that. Yeah.
Tom: That's not much fun.
Joel: Yeah, I used to wash dishes, that was my first job ever and I remember my legs being so sore from standing up all day. It was a terrible job.
Tom: I wouldn't recommend that one.
Joel: Yeah. So the working holiday though, you said it's three months but the visa is for 6 months, so you work for the second 3 months and then maybe you'd study for the first 3 months?
Tom: No, it's not for studying. It's a holiday. You travel. You go from place to place and you pick up jobs on the way.
汤姆：不是，你并不是去学习的，是去度假的。你是去旅行的。你可以去不同的地方旅行，在旅每日听力白话资料 | Working in the U.K. 在英国作业行途中找工作。
Joel: OK, so, but still you, the second half is when you would work?
Tom: You can mix it up. You can work for a maximum of three months, but no more.
Joel: Oh, that's interesting.
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