Advanced Czech Wordlist
Advanced Czech wordlist
challenging demanding monotonous motivating repetitive rewarding tedious
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/ˈtʃælɪndʒɪŋ/ /dɪˈmɑːndɪŋ/ /məˈnɒtənəs/ /ˈməʊtɪveɪtɪŋ/ /rɪˈpetətɪv/ /rɪˈwɔːdɪŋ/ /ˈtiːdiəs/
Adjectives describing a job
My job is enjoyablebut very challenging. Being a surgeon is extremely demanding. I wanted variety after doing such a monotonous job. Working with such a good team is very motivating. Many repetitive tasks are now done by computers. The charity didn’t pay much but the work was rewarding. He lost interest in the job because it was so tedious. Private healthcare insurance is one of the benefits. I began my career injournalism 25 years ago. He’s applied for a post at the university. Nursing is not a profession that pays high salaries. Having made a big profit, the company paid staff a bonus. One of the perks of working here is free use of the gym. I can’t save much on a salary of £20,000 a year. The money isn’t great but I’ve managed to save some. Waiters’ weekly wages aren’t high but they get tips. All newemployees complete the induction programme. A good employer is one that looks after its workforce. The company has a staff of nearly 500. He failed his exams and left school with no qualifications. Good communication skills are important in most jobs. The managers were sent on a three-week training course. The hours are flexible but I usually work 8.30 to 4.30. Teachers work far more hours thanthose on the timetable. Staff in customer services deal with difficult clients. I did voluntary work before looking for a paid position. My salary’s very low so I’m hoping to get a rise soon. She got fired from two jobs because of her bad attitude. She got promoted to manager within her first year. My poor time-keeping record was the reason I got sacked. You need to get work experience before youapply for a job in the media. A job with good prospects offers chances for promotion. I’m in charge of Sales, so it’s a very responsible job. In the poor economic climate job security is crucial. I was made redundant when the company lost the contract. When I broke my legs I was off work for six months. After being on a short-term contract I’d like some job security. She’ll be on maternity leave fornine months in total. After being made redundant I was out of work for a year. That’s the man who’s responsible for publicity. He was much happier running a business than working for someone else. After being self-employed, she’d never be an employee again. She worked in a series of temporary jobs for a while.
náročný náročný jednotvárný motivující opakující se vděčný, uspokojující jednotvárný,nudný
Nouns that are often confused
benefits career post profession bonus perks salary the money wages employee employer staff qualifications skills training hours timetable
/ˈbenɪfɪts/ /kəˈrɪə(r)/ /pəʊst/ /prəˈfeʃn/ /ˈbəʊnəs/ /pɜːks/ /ˈsæləri/ /ðə ˈmʌni/ /ˈweɪdʒɪz/ /ɪmˈplɔɪiː/ /ɪmˈplɔɪə(r)/ /stɑːf/ /ˌkwɒlɪfɪˈkeɪʃnz/ /skɪlz/ /ˈtreɪnɪŋ/ /ˈaʊəz/ /ˈtaɪmteɪbl/
zaměstnanecká výhoda dráha vzaměstnání místo, funkce povolání odměna zaměstnanecká výhoda mzda, plat výdělek výplata zaměstnanec zaměstnavatel zaměstnanci kvalifikace, aprobace dovednosti školicí kurz pracovní doba rozvrh hodin
deal with do voluntary work get a rise get fired get promoted to get sacked get work experience good prospects in charge of job security make (sb) redundant off work on a short-termcontract on maternity leave out of work responsible for run a business self-employed temporary job
/diːl wɪð/ /dəʊ ˈvɒləntri wɜːk/ /ɡet ə raɪz/ /ɡet ˈfaɪəd/ /ɡet prəˈməʊtɪd tuː/ /ɡet sækt/ /ɡet wɜːk ɪkˈspɪəriəns/ /ɡʊd ˈprɒspekts/ /ɪn tʃɑːdʒ ɒv/ /ˈdʒɒb sɪˌkjʊərəti/ /meɪk rɪˈdʌndənt/ /ɒf wɜːk/ /ɒn ə ʃɔːt tɜːm ˈkɒntrækt/ /ɒn məˈtɜːnəti liːv/ /aʊt ɒv wɜːk/ /rɪˈspɒnsəbl fɔː(r)/ /rʌn ə ˈbɪznəs/ /ˌself...