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For Life
2007.03.07(Review of 2000.10.12 edition)

Just as it takes two (people) to tango, it takes two for any new job to begin!

Today's Lesson
HIRE / TAKE A JOB   雇う/職に就く


  • To hire someone is to give them a job.

    To take a job is to say yes to a job offer.
  • hire は、誰かを雇う、という意味です。

    take a job は、(与えられた)職に就く、という意味です。


  1. Our company usually hires about 30 new people each year.
  2. We'd like to hire you, but we don't have any jobs available right now.
  3. a: How long have you worked for the company?
    b: I was hired nine years ago.
  4. I've decided to take the job. I start working next week.
  5. I don't really care what company I work for. If the salary is good enough, I'll take any job.

英会話レッスンIt's been fun!