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ESL - OCCUPATIONS 2

TermDefinition
farmer works in the country with animals and gardens
fireman puts out fires
astronaut flies into space
soldier works for the military
optometrist a doctor who takes care of your eyes
auto mechanic works on car engines
seamstress sews and fixes clothing
airline pilot flies an airplane
plumber fixes water pipes
truck driver drives a truck
architect draws pictures of houses and buildings
janitor cleans buildings and schools
President the leader of the United States
banker keeps your money safe
lawyer represents people in court
computer programmer makes programs for computers
musician writes songs and plays an instrument
florist has a store with flowers
judge decides on guilt or innocence in a court
baker bakes breads, cookies
Created by: nhufft55