My question today is “What do you do”?

The context of my question is important to know.

Examples: I could be asking you…

“What do you do when your car breaks down”?


“What do you do when someone owes you money and they won’t pay you back”?

However; the context of my question today is “What do you do for a job”?

Your reply will be “I [followed by what you do for a job]”

Examples: “I drive a lorry” or “I am a lifeguard in a swimming pool” or “I work in an office”.


I ask you: “What do you do”?

Your reply: “I ………………….”.

You ask me: “What do you do”?

My reply: “I’m an English teacher, I teach English on the internet”.

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