By Colm Downes
Cambridge English for Job-hunting is designed to improve the professional English language wisdom and communique talents that job-seekers have to practice for and safe jobs. excellent for either operating pros and people new to the realm of employment, the direction contains six standalone devices masking middle parts resembling CV practise, hide letter writing, and answering interview questions. genuine fabrics akin to real CVs and canopy letters provide inexperienced persons sensible event in realizing and getting ready very important records. The path additionally bargains priceless suggestion to assist enhance job-hunters' self belief, together with support with tricky interview questions and the way to offer your self successfully.
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A can can keep food good for years. In Britain a can is a tin. Tin is a metal which is used as a coating for cans. vegetables: plants used as food. poison: anything which is very bad in its effect if taken by mouth. die: come to the end of living. dead: no longer living. will poison will die poison(s) die(s) poisoned died Book 3•Final•i-viii•001-248 4/12/05 4:02 PM Page 25 25 People can have only a few cans of meat and fruit and other things “on hand,” as we say, on their shelves. They may have a cupboard with two or three shelves of canned food, but most people have no room for more than that.
Tomato: a red or yellow fruit used as a vegetable. become become(s) became Book 3•Final•i-viii•001-248 4/12/05 4:02 PM Page 33 33 Every person must have air and water and food to keep alive and must have these vitamins to keep well. How do we know this? How do we know what food keeps us well and healthy? We know from the effects on us and on animals of going without one sort of food or another. That is how we see which foods give us energy, which make us fat and which make us able to keep healthy.
It is good for children and for older people too. It has in it fat, which gives energy, and it has the most important of the materials needed for building up our bodies. Milk makes strong bones and strong teeth too. It is good for a child to drink two or three glasses of it every day. In addition, milk has in it most of the vitamins which are needed to keep us healthy. Vitamins are a discovery of the twentieth century. Two hundred years ago no one knew anything about them. too: in addition. After the addition of one thing to another we have the one and the other too.