Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Job"

It's my job.
I need a job.
He lost his job.
Tom lost his job.
He accepted the job.
He stuck to his job.
My sister has a job.
Ann can't find a job.
Did you finish the job?
This job is killing me.
He couldn't get the job.
I like my job very much.
Tom applied for the job.
Why did he quit his job?
I'm serious about my job.
Someone will do that job.
He's agreed to do the job.
This is why I quit the job.
Do you have a part time job?
Is the job too much for you?
How do you like your new job?
Tony liked his job very much.
He was looking for a good job.
It was his job to gather eggs.
He's thrilled with his new job.
I have to find a part-time job.
You're the best man for the job.
He has the ability to do the job.
He'll finish the job by tomorrow.
He applied for the job and got it.
He is still too young for the job.
I took on the job of proofreading.
I'll have to find a part-time job.
My job is taking care of the baby.
She asked him to not quit his job.
She pressured him to quit his job.
I'll begin doing the job right away.
I plan to get a job as soon as I can.
She talked him into quitting his job.
I think it's time for me to get a job.
Do you think he did the job on his own?
Do you think I'm qualified for that job?
I am going to start a new job next week.
I'm tired of working a nine-to-five job.
I can't believe you turned down that job.
I think it's time for me to get a new job.
Are you sure that you want to quit your job?
He saw Tom leave before the job was finished.
I didn't know he had decided to leave his job.
I'll be with you as soon as I finish this job.
I hear he's just begun looking for another job.
By the way, did you hear that Mary quit her job?
Are you seriously thinking about quitting your job?
Tom is thinking about applying for a better-paying job.
Tom is going to apply for a job with a computer company.
I haven't decided yet whether I'll go to college or get a job.
After I graduated from college, I got a job with my father's company.
I don't care what your names are. Once this job's over, I'm out of here.
After she lost her job, she couldn't afford to feed her dogs, so she gave them away.
It’s still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you’re having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.


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