ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs/occupations in English: Scientist
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a scientist does



A scientist's job is to do research. Many scientists try to find new and better ways of doing things. For example, scientists who work in the medical/pharmaceutical (industry/zone) try to (develop/deploy) new, more effective ways of treating various illnesses. Scientist who work in agriculture try to make agricultural processes more (efficient/affected). Many scientists work in (labs/laps) ( = laboratories), where they do most of their research. They often (public/publish) their findings in various scientific magazines, journals, etc. A successful scientist will most likely receive (funding/founding) ( = financial support) to continue doing research. Many scientists work in the private (sector/section) ( = for corporations, companies, etc.), because of the financial (benefits/goods) of working for such companies. The "scientific method" refers to the usual (chances/steps) a scientist takes in (conjuring/conducting) ( = doing) research.





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