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Work vs. Job

Work is the activity (what you do), while a job is the position (where you do it). Work can be general tasks, while a job is a specific role.

Job vs. Work

Test your understanding of the difference between "work" and "job"

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Which sentence uses "job" correctly?

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Which sentence uses "work" correctly?

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Which sentence is incorrect?

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Fill in the blank: "Her ___ involves meeting clients every day."

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Fill in the blank: "They are ___ on a big project this month."

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Choose the correct word: "I love my ___. I get to help people every day."

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Which sentence uses "work" as a noun?

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Which sentence is correct?

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Fill in the blank: "He got a new ___ at the company."

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Which sentence uses "work" incorrectly?

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Choose the correct word: "My ___ involves a lot of travel."

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Fill in the blank: "They are looking for someone to ___ on the new project."

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