İngilizce meslek ne demek (meslek ingilizcesi) Job
Meslek sahibi careerist
ingilizce meslek nasıl sorulur
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İngilizce – Türkçe
What do you do? Ne iş yapıyorsunuz?
What is your working area? Çalışma alanınız nedir?
What is your job about? İşiniz ne ile ilgili?
What is your occupation? Mesleğiniz nedir?
I am a/an ........
İngilizce meslek adları
İngilizcesi – Türkçesi
Abone = subscriber Aday = candidate Ahçı = cook Ajan = agent Aktör = actor Aktris = actress Akrobat = acrobat Albay = colonel Amatör = amateur Amca = uncle Amiral = admiral Anne = mother Antrenör = coach Arkeolog = archeologist Asker = soldier Aşçıbaşı = chef Avukat = lawyer, advocate Ayakkabıcı = shoemaker Baba = father Bahçıvan = gardener Bakan = minister Bakıcı = baby-sitter Bakire = virgin Bakkal = grocer Balerin = ballerina Balet = ballet dancer Balıkçı = fisherman Bankacı = banker Barmen = bartender Başbakan = prime minister, premier Başkan = chairman Bay = gentleman Bayan = lady Bebek = baby Bekar = bachelor Berber = barber Besteci = composer Bilim adamı = scientist Binbaşı = major Büyücü = magician Büyük anne = grandmother Büyük baba = grandfather Büyükelçi = ambassador Casus = spy Cumhurbaşkanı = president Çavuş = sergeant Çaylak = rookie Cellat = executioner Çevirmen = interpreter Çiftçi = farmer Çingene = gypsy Çoban = shepherd Çocuk = kid, child Çocuk doktoru = pediatrician Dansçı = dancer Dayı = uncle Dansöz = belly dancer Dedektif = detective Demirci = blacksmith Denizci = sailor Devlet adamı = statesman Dikdatör = dictator Dilenci = beggar Diplomat = diplomat Diş hekimi = dentist Doktor = doctor Dokumacı = weaver Dost = friend Dul = widow Duvarcı = mason Dükkancı = shopkeeper Dülger = carpenter Eczacı = chemist Ekmekçi = baker Elçi = envoy Elektirikçi = electrician Eleştirmen = critic Emekli = retired Emlakçı = realtor Erkek = male Eş = mate Ev hanımı = housewife Filozof = philosopher Fotoğrafçı = photographer Gangster = gangster, outlaw, thug Garson = waiter Genç = young General = general Göçmen = migrant Görümce = sister-in-law Göz doktoru = oculist Gözlükçü = optician Gümrükçü = customs officer Hakem = referee Hakim = judge Hala = aunt Hamal = porter Hasta = patient Hemşire = nurse Hırsız = thief Hizmetçi = servant Homoseksüel = gay Hostes = hostess İdareci = manager İkiz = twins İmparator = emperor İşadamı = businessman İşçi = worker İşgören = employee İşsiz = unemployed İthalatçı = importer İzci = scout Kapıcı = doorkeeper Kaptan = captain Kardeş = brother, sister Kasap = butcher Kasiyer = cashier Katil = murderer, killer Kayınço = brother-in-law Kırtasiyeci = stationer Kız = female Kiracı = tenant Kitapçı = bookseller Komşu = neighbour Komutan = commander Konsolos = consul Korgeneral = lieutenant general Köle = slave Kral = king Kraliçe = queen Kuaför = hairdresser Kumandan = commander Kumarbaz = gambler Kumaşçı = draper Kuru temizleyici = dry-cleaner's Kuyumcu = jeweler Kuzen = cousin Lezbiyen = lesbian Lider = leader Lord = lord Madenci = miner Makine uzmanı = mechanic Manav = greengrocer Masör = masseur Memur = civil servant Metres = mistress Mimar = architect Misafir = guest Mucit = inventor Muhabir = reporter Muhafız = guard Muhasebeci = accountant Müdür = director Müdür muavini = assistant Müfettiş = inspector Mühendis = engineer Mütait = contractor Müzisyen = musician Noter = notary Oda görevlisi = bellboy Oduncu = lumberjack Onbaşı = corporel Orgeneral = full general Ormancı = forest ranger Ortak = partner Oyuncu = player Öğrenci = student Öğretmen = teacher Palyanço = clown Pansiyoner = boarder Papaz = priest Patron = boss Pilot = pilot, aviator Piyade = infantry Polis = policeman Politikacı = politician Postacı = postman Prens = prince Prenses = princess Psikiyatrist = psychiatrist Psikolog = psychologist Rahibe = nun, priestess Rakip = rival, opponent Rehber = guide Rehine = hostage Ressam = painter Romancı = novelist Sanık = suspect Sarhoş = drunk Savcı = prosecutor Sekreter = secretary Senatör = senator Seyirci = audience Spiker = speaker Subay = officer Sütçü = milkman Şef garson = headwaiter Şoför = chauffeur, driver Taksi şoförü = cab driver Tanık = witness Taraftar = supporter, fan Teğmen = lieutenant Teknisyen = technician Terzi = tailor Teyze = aunt Tezgahtar = salesman Tuğgeneral = brigadier general Tutsak = captive Tüccar = merchant Tümgeneral = major general Ustabaşı = foreman Uzman = expert Üç kağıtçı = swindler Üye = member Vatandaş = citizen Vatansever = patriot Vejeteryan = vegetarian Veteriner = veterinarian Yabancı = stranger Yankesici = pickpocket Yarbay = lieutenant colonel Yardımcı = assistant Yaşlı = old Yazar = author Yetim = orphan Yetişkin = adult, mature Yoksul = poor Yüzbaşı = captain Zengin = rich Ziyaretçi = visitor
İngilizce meslek tanımları (4 Adet)
İngilizce meslek tanıtma ödevi
Teacher (Öğretmen) In education, a teacher (or, in the US, educator) is a person who provides schooling
for pupils and students. A teacher who facilitates education for an individual student
may also be described as a personal tutor. The role of teacher is often formal and ongoing,
carried out by way of occupation or profession at a school or other place of formal education.
In many countries, a person who wishes to become a teacher must first obtain professional
qualifications or credentials from a university or college. These professional qualifications
may include the study of pedagogy, the science of teaching. Teachers may have to continue their
education after they qualify. Teachers may use a lesson plan to facilitate student learning,
providing a course of study which is called the curriculum. A teacher's role may vary among cultures.
Teachers may provide education instruction in literacy and numeracy,
craftsmanship or vocational training, the Arts, religion or spirituality, civics,
community roles, or life skills. In some countries, formal education can take place through home schooling.
Informal learning may be assisted by a teacher occupying a transient or ongoing role,
such as a parent or sibling or within a family, or by anyone with knowledge or skills
in the wider community setting. Religious and spiritual teachers, such as gurus, mullahs, rabbis pastors/youth pastors
and lamas may teach religious texts such as the Quran, Torah or Bible. Police (Polis) The police are persons empowered to enforce the law, protect property and reduce civil disorder.
Their powers include the legitimized use of force. The term is most commonly associated with
police services of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state
within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. Police forces are often defined
as organizations separate from any military forces, or other organizations involved in the defense
of the state against foreign aggressors; however, gendarmerie and military police are military
units charged with policing. Law enforcement, however, constitutes only part of policing activity.
Policing has included an array of activities in different situations, but the predominant
ones are concerned with the preservation of order. In some societies, in the late 18th
century and early 19th century, these developed within the context of maintaining the class
system and the protection of private property. Alternative names for police force include constabulary, gendarmerie, police department,
police service, crime prevention, protective services, law enforcement agency, civil guard or
civic guard. Members can be police officers, troopers, sheriffs, constables, rangers, peace
officers or civic/civil guards. Russian police and police of the Soviet-era Eastern
Europe are (or were) called militsiya. The Irish police are called the Garda Síochána
("guardians of the peace"); a police officer is called a garda. As police are often in
conflict with individuals, slang terms are numerous. Many slang terms for police officers
are decades or centuries old with lost etymology. Doctor, hospital: Job description and activities Job description (Meslek tanitimi) Hospital doctors apply medical knowledge and skills to the diagnosis,
prevention and treatment of illnesses. They may themselves treat the patients or they may
refer them to a general practitioner (GP) or a different member of the health care professional team.
Hospital doctors work in hospital wards and out-patient clinics in both the public and private sectors,
working collaboratively with a wide range of other professionals, including nurses, radiologists,
etc. across the health care sector. Most hospital doctors work in one of around 60 specialties,
of which the most common are: (En cok bilinen branslar) -anaesthetics; -cardiology; -general medicine; -general surgery; -orthopaedics; -ophthalmology; -paediatrics; -pathology; -psychiatry. Electrical engineer Job description Electrical engineers design and develop electrical systems and/or components to high specifications, focusing on:
economy; safety; reliability; quality; sustainability. They are involved in projects from the concept and detail of the design through to implementation,
testing and handover. Most electrical engineers work in a multi-disciplinary project team,
including engineers from other specialisms, as **ll as architects, marketing and sales staff,
manufacturers, technicians and customer service personnel. Electrical engineers need technical knowledge as **ll as the ability to project manage and multitask.
Additional attributes, such as team leadership skills and commercial awareness, are required as careers progress.
» Typical work activities Many organisations now operate cross-functional teams in which the electrical engineer is
involved at every stage of design and development in collaboration with colleagues in other
engineering functions, as **ll as those working in production, research,
marketing and after-sales services. The nature of the role varies according to industry or sector,
but the range of activities common to many posts is likely to include the following: identifying customer requirements; designing systems and products; reading design specifications and technical drawings; researching suitable solutions and estimating costs and timescales; making models and prototypes of products; working to BS and EN standards; liaising with others in the design team; liaising with clients and contractors; attending meetings on site; designing and conducting tests; recording, analysing and interpreting test data; proposing modifications and retesting products; qualifying the final product or system; servicing and maintaining equipment; preparing product documentation, writing reports and giving presentations; monitoring a product in use so as to improve on future design.