What line of work are you in?
In today’s lesson we learn the phrase “What line of work are you in?” which means “What is your job?” or “What do you do for work?”. It’s a very natural way to ask someone what their job is when you meet them for the first time. Listen to the podcast to hear the correct pronunciation and some tips on speaking.
A: What line of work are you in?
B: I’m an engineer. And you?
A: I’m in sales.
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