ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs in English: Construction worker
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a construction worker does



A construction worker is a general term for someone who works on a construction (sight/site). Many of these jobs require a lot of (physical/physique) labor. A construction worker, depending on the skills he/she (promises/possesses) ( = has), can be involved in any step of the construction (plan/process). Construction workers can help build both residential and (commercial/advertisement) buildings. Most of the time, the workers are (overlooked/overseen) by a foreman, who makes sure that things are done (properly/proper). Construction work can be (exhausting/existing) ( = extremely tiring), so one has to be in good physical (mood/shape) to be able to handle this type of work. Although some construction jobs require formal training, a lot of the more (manual/tough) ( = physical) jobs do not.





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