|WORD||DEFINITION||WORD IN CONTEXT||VOCABULARY BUILDING|
|task||A task is a specific job that has to be done, especially on a regular basis.||One of the tasks of the human resources department is to mediate between a member of staff and his/her superiors when, for example, a problem with working conditions arises.||to do / complete / perform a task|
to set or to give someone the task of doing something: I've set myself the task of completing this paper by the end of the week.
|telephone interview||See interview.|
|trainee||A trainee is somebody who is taught the skills for doing a particular job while working on the job. Many companies train new graduate employees in graduate trainee schemes that often lead to management positions within the company. See also graduate trainee.||For Sarah, a final-year student of Business Administration at Birmingham University, the first step on the career ladder was to secure a trainee position at a major bank.|
Tom is a trainee salesman at a well-known publishing house.
|to do a traineeship|
See also apprenticeship .
to train (verb) someone
to train to become a graphic designer
|transferable skills||See skills.|