Lesson 24, Exercise 18: A Hairdresser, A Waiter, and A Domestic Engineer

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Stu is a hairdresser. He hair.
Thomas is a waiter. He waits people. He food in a restaurant.

Engineers have complicated jobs. They plan, design, construct, and manage.
Eileen works at home. Her job is very complicated and difficult too. She says that she is a engineer.
1 - Hairdresser (noun): a man or a woman who cuts or arranges hair.
2 - trade (noun) has many meanings.
by trade is used to indicate a job requiring special talent or skill. For example, Thomas says "I'm a waiter by trade". Here's another example: Peter says "I'm a blacksmith by trade". A blacksmith has a special job! Check out Peter.
3 - domestic (adjective): relating to the family or the home.
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