ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs in English: Bartender
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a bartender does



A bartender is someone who makes and (services/serves) drinks to customers in a bar. A good bartender knows how to (pour/poor) a beer properly, how to make a variety of (cocktails/wines) ( = mixed drinks), and how to (determine/deter) whether or not someone is too drunk to be served :) A bartender should also be able to make (small/tiny)-talk ( = to chat informally) with customers. In North America, people sometimes talk about their (problems/concern) to a bartender, even if they don't know him/her. Most bartenders are paid (per/by) hour, and they sometimes make a lot of money in (tips/tops), at least in North America. It's possible to take classes in (bartending/bar), but most bartenders are self- (taught/thought).





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