What do you do? (Oral expression)
Richard meets Emily at the bus stop and starts a conversation with her.
Richard: Good morning. What is your name?
Emily: Hello. My name is Emily. And yours?
R: I am Richard. What is your occupation?
E: I am a lawyer. I work in a law firm. And what do you do?
R: I am a firefighter.
E: Sorry, could you repeat?
R: A firefighter. I dedicate myself to protect people from fire.
E: Great. I have to go now. Goodbye Richard!
R: See you!
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