This quiz is a piece of cake. What does it really mean? Here's a popular idiom 'a piece of cake' you can learn about in the quiz below, among others.
Emma in mmmEnglish!! is teaching us some idioms (English Grammar Lesson) in the following video:
Which idioms has Emma presented us?
However, robots will be more and more present in our lives taking our jobs and making decisions about the job you can do. Here are some related articles and documents related to the issue (also have a look at the Lingohack section at the bottom of this post):
News Review: Are you ready to be hired by a robot? (BBC Learning English).
Will a robot recruiter be hiring you for your next job? (The Guardian)
Soon robots could be taking your job interview (The Guardian)
Will a robot take your job? (BBC News)
REVISION FOR 4º ESO
38. Complete the following sentences with WHAT+suitable article & HOW
"All work and no play makes Jack/Jill a dull boy/girl"
SOLUTIONS to the exercises in the previous post (and for further exercises on 4º ESO):
35. 1. in , - , by/in front of 2. on , in , of 3. - , to , at , in 4. in front of , opposite
36. What is it like? (What does it look like?) What is it made of? What is it used for?
1. An alarm clock is something made of plastic or metal that helps you wake up in the morning.
2. A saw is a long metal and wooden gadget that is used to cut wood.
3. A bottle opener is a thing usually made of metar that is used to open bottles.
37. 1. A camera is used for taking photographs. 2. Paper is made in Utah.
- Episode 190703 / 03 July 2019 >>> Al recruitment (Are you ready to be hired by a robot?): Language related to 'job recruitment'. Need-to-know language: character traits, roles, applicants, talent pool & jobs market.
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