Business English- "Have You Ever" Job Interview Questions Games

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Grammar Topic: Verbs and Tenses
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Published: 13th Aug 2014

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Have You Ever Job Interview Questions Games
Answer “Yes” to the question from below that your partner asks you, even if that isn’t true. 
They will ask you three questions to get more details about that thing and then guess if 
your initial “

 

 Yes

   ” was true or not. 

First question
appear on TV
assemble something/ construct something (for example, Ikea furniture)
be in a dangerous situation
be in a fight
carry something heavy
control a boat
cook for many people
do danger sports (like bungee jumping)
do first aid
do hard physical work (digging, cutting, etc)
drive a car
explain something difficult
follow someone
handle lots of cash
have a leadership position (e.g. captain of a football team or president of a club)
have a part-time job
help foreign people
help your family with their work
hold a gun
look after animals
look after children
make clothes
publish something
repair something (= mend something = fix something, such as a bicycle)
ride a motorbike
see other people’s blood
speak English outside class
study martial arts (e.g. kung fu or karate)
teach something
travel abroad (= travel overseas = visit another country)
volunteer
walk a long way
wear a disguise
win something
Suggested follow up questions
When
Where
Why
Who.. for/ with
What
How/ How much/ How many/ How many times/ How often/ How long
Did you/ Were you

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

Ask similar questions to find out which job(s) from below are most and least suitable for 
your partner, this time from their true answers. Don’t tell your partner which jobs you’re 
thinking about until you’ve decided. Do they actually want the job(s) that you recommend?

(Security) guard

Architect

Athlete (= Sportsman)

Au pair

Babysitter

Baker

Bank clerk

Barber

Barman/ Barmaid/ Bar tender

Bodyguard

Bouncer

Builder/ Construction worker

Cameraman

Care worker

Carpenter

Cashier/ Shop assistant

Cleaner/ Maid

Cook/ Chef

Delivery man/ (Motor)cycle courier

Doctor/ GP/ Surgeon

Farmer

Fire fighter/ Fireman

Fisherman

Flight attendant/ Cabin crew

Hairdresser

Journalist/ Reporter

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

Librarian

Nanny

Nurse

Photographer

PI (= Private investigator/ detective)

Police officer (= Policeman)

Postal worker/ Postman/ Mailman

Priest/ Monk/ Nun

Receptionist

Secretary/ PA

Tailor

Taxi driver/ Chauffeur

Teacher/ Lecturer/ Professor/ Tutor

Technician/ Service engineer/ Mechanic

Television celebrity/ Television presenter

Tour guide

Vet (= Veterinarian)

Which are the most and least desirable jobs above?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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