英语作文My working day及工作的体会
希望可以帮到你,也希望你能采纳\My working dayDuring the summer holiday of 2005, I thought I should do something meaningful instead of staying at home and watching TV. So I got a job at a KFC fast food restaurant and worked there as a cleaner. Every day I went to work early in the morning and got home late in the evening. I worked 7 hours a day for three weeks. The job was hard, boring and seemed endless, which made me so tired that I almost quit half way. After all, I stuck to it with my determination. Finally, I finished the job before the new school term began.Now, I understand what labor means. I think it was really a successful experience.
This summer vacation I got a part-time job in a snack bar. At the beginning, I couldn’t do well at all and often made mistakes. The dissatisfied boss also scolded me for my making mistakes.I was very low-spirited,and just about going to give up the job.Then my parents encouraged me a lot.They told me that if you work hard you will succeed. So I began to try my best. Gradually, I could do a very good job. I felt very excited when I received my pay for the first time. I already made up my mind to find another part-time job in this winter vacation. I believe I can do better next time.
It's so tired,but let me rich. Because I'm have not enough money to live,so I must be make money. I don't want to depend on my family. From the part-time job , I learn more and more. Sometimes, I must be independt. It let me learn more experences.
With the development of China ,English is becoming more and more important in this world. So it's necessary for us to speak English fluently.
l have been learning English for many years.During my learning time, l remeber lots of words.And l also can communicate with foreigners in English.l'm very pround of myself.
In my opinion, English lessons is very important for me. l will try my best to study it.
And l can't make a progress without my English teacher. So l think teacher is a good hand for us in learning English.
The past decade has witnessed a more and more fierce competition in the job market.Consequently students voice growing concern over how to get a job after graduation. To this problem, in my mind, there are at least the following three approaches.
First of all, the main approach is to take part in grand recruiting fairs in big cities. The student hands in his resume and waits for the notice of an interview. Secondly, the students can go over the advertisements on newspapers, TV or the Internet to find a satisfactory job. Of course he should also wait for reply after sending out applications. Finally, going directly to an ideal company is a brave behavior, which sounds pretty rare among the job hunters.
Personally, I would like to choose the second method in my own practice. On the one hand, I don't want to have a try at those companies which are not advertised in the mass media. The success rate is so rare that I cannot afford the time and energy. On the other hand, I would not like to go to those crowded recruiting fairs, which often provide only poorly-paid posts which are neither challenging nor promising. As long as I am sure of making sufficient preparations and distinguishing myself during interviews, it is out of question for me to get the ideal job which I have been dreaming of.