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Meaning of babysitter #1 (permalink) Tue May 26, 2009 4:20 am   Meaning of babysitter
 

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ESL/EFL Test #126 "Real Life: Occupations (1)", question 4

My sister is a .......... She works in a bank and assists customers who want to borrow money. She provides them with interest rates and creates credit agreements.

(a) loans officer
(b) babysitter
(c) security guard
(d) sanitation worker

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #126 "Real Life: Occupations (1)", answer 4

My sister is a loans officer. She works in a bank and assists customers who want to borrow money. She provides them with interest rates and creates credit agreements.

Correct answer: (a) loans officer
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what's mean babysitter?

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Meaning of babysitter #2 (permalink) Tue May 26, 2009 13:06 pm   Meaning of babysitter
 

A babysitter is someone who tends other people's children while the people are not at home.

They usually receive payment for this.

Grandparents don't. :) :)

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Meaning of babysitter #3 (permalink) Tue May 26, 2009 13:55 pm   Meaning of babysitter
 

Orky wrote:
what's mean babysitter? Orky


What does babysitter mean?

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Meaning of babysitter #4 (permalink) Tue Jul 28, 2009 8:56 am   Meaning of babysitter
 

Kitosdad wrote:
A babysitter is someone who tends other people's children while the people are not at home.

They usually receive payment for this.

Grandparents don't. :) :)

Kitos.


Hi! Please help me. I have 2 kids (3 and 5 years old) which were never left alone, but this year I want to go in a short holiday (a week). I think to hire a babysitter, but I don't know what criteria to choose one. Please help me. Thanks!
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Meaning of babysitter #5 (permalink) Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:16 am   Meaning of babysitter
 

Take care!

A baby-sitter usually only tends your child for a few hours, not for a week.

I'd suggest that you make enquiries with a social services group. They are better placed to recommend someone.

Leaving your children with a stranger for a week is fraught with "danger".
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