Cue Card #7

7. Describe a Job You Would Not Like to Do in the Future.

  • What is the job?
  • How do you know about it?
  • Whether it is an easy or difficult job?
  • Explain why you would prefer to do something other than do it.


Cue Card

Ans. I believe finding a job you love is like hitting the jackpot. And honestly, I couldn’t agree more. Think about it—most of us spend the majority of our waking hours at work, so it’s crucial that we actually enjoy what we do. But here’s the thing: finding that perfect job isn’t always a walk in the park.

Take teaching, for example. Now, don’t get me wrong; being a teacher comes with its fair share of perks. You get to mould young minds, inspire future generations, and make a difference in the world. But let’s be real: It’s not all sunshine and rainbows.

I remember this one time I was trying to teach algebra to a bunch of unruly teenagers. I had this whole lesson planned out, complete with interactive activities and colourful diagrams. But as soon as I started talking, it was like I was speaking a different language. Half the class was doodling in their notebooks, and the other half looked like they were about to fall asleep.

And then, just when I thought it couldn’t get any worse, a paper aeroplane came soaring through the air and landed smack dab in the middle of my whiteboard. Talk about a teaching moment gone wrong!

Now, you might be wondering why on earth I’m still doing this job if it’s such a hassle. Well, here’s the thing—I may not always love every minute of it, but there’s something incredibly rewarding about being a teacher. Despite the challenges, there are moments of pure magic when you see the light bulb go off in a student’s head or when they come back years later and thank you for believing in them.

So yeah, being a teacher may not be my cup of tea all the time, but at least I get to make a difference in the lives of these kids. And that is pretty cool.

Word Meaning

Soaring: To rise quickly

Interactive: involving the actions or input of a user

Unruly: not submissive or conforming to rule, or ungovernable