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    Job

    * When I want someone's job. I will ask What's your job? then he or she answers " I'm a student". is this a correct answer ?
    or She or he has to answer " I'm jobless" if he or she has no job and he or she is a student
    is there a difference between two questions:
    - What's your job?
    - What do you do ? ( what's your occupation?)
    * Are you on the phone ? this question means " Do you have a phone" is that right? if not why? Can you tell me more about this?

  1. Nicoschmeii
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    Lightbulb Re: Job

    I think you have to say: I'm a jobless

    And I think the two questions mean the same thing.

    For the phone, I don't know ^^ I'm waiting an answer too ^^

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