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    Default work/job/I dont know how to say

    My students are learning these words-- teacher, doctor, racing driver, tennis player, police officer, engineeer, president, and prime minister.

    basically, what people doing for a living; in other word, someone's work(job?)

    I want to make a question so I would get one of the above answer. How should I ask the question?
    Do I need 'a' before the teacher?

    Is this correct? Please correct me. Thank you.
    What is your work. My work is teacher.
    What is your work. My work is a racing driver.

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    Default Re: work/job/I dont know how to say

    What do you do?
    What do you do for a living?
    What is your job?
    What is your profession?

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