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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126205: Fire and jobs
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    Fire and jobs


    fire and first aid:

    -burn healer.

    - water bomber pilot, bombardier.

    -firefighter (UK), fireman (US).

     

    fire and earth:

    -ceramist.

    -miner, collier.

    -potter.

    -glassblower.

    -edge-tool maker.

    -glassmaker.

    -volcanologist.

     

    -fire and metals:

    -wheelwright.

    -cutler.

    -ironworker.

    -smelter.

    -blacksmith.

    -farrier.

    -metallurgist.

    -goldsmith, silversmith.

    - locksmith.

    - steelworker.

    -welder.

    - cooper.

     

     fire and festivals:

    -fireworks expert.

    -fire-breather.

    - fire juggler.

     

     fire and home:

    -carpenter.

    -heating engineer.

    -plasterer.

    -chimney sweep.

     

     fire and cooking:

    -baker.

    -chocolate maker.

    -cook, chef.

    -confectioner, pastry chef.

    -pizzaïolo.

    -roaster.

    -caterer.

     

     

    fire and defense:

    -gunsmith.

    - insurance expert.

    -policeman, policewoman.

    - soldier.

    -scientist police technician.

     

     

     



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    1.  The blows into a long tube on a molten glass ball, to give it volume and shape, then shears the object to let it cool.

    2.  The was called to shoe the horses.

    3.  All are the soldiers of fire: they intervene to save lives, property or forests that burn every year.

    4.  After hitting and then shaping the clay, the cooks his earthenware in a kiln at high temperature.

    5.  The draws all his parts on jigs, then assembles them in three dimensions responding to his customers' demand.

    6.   The turns on his oven very early to bake his bread as soon as it has risen.

    7.  To weld or braze, the puts on a black opaque mask and glasses in front of the eyes to protect them from the splinters of the molten metal.

    8.  Chimney are called back every year to maintain the chimneys clean: the insurance contract requires their passage to avoid any poisoning or fire.

    9. Each takes risks by loading his fire-fighting plane and spilling his water cargo as close as possible to the flames in the gusts of wind!

    10. Haroun Tazieff was a famous geologist-, fascinated by the beauty and dangerousness of the volcanoes he filmed three metres from the molten lava. 










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