But not long after he had taken (2) the job, the company changed (3) . Steve began suffering from two classic symptoms of stress - headaches and insomnia. I’d thought I would enjoy the increased responsibility, but I felt I was completely snowed (4) he says. So what can you do about it if you think you’re suffering from workplace stress? The good news is that employers are legally obliged to ensure employees’ health, safety and welfare at work and this includes bringing (9) measures to reduce stress. However, stress is not a subject an employee can easily bring (10) with an employer; in fact, this in itself can be a very stressful thing to do. So, if you have a problem with stress, let your union know. They have a legal right to take (11) health and safety matters on employees’ behalf.
Underline the correct words in italics. What do you do/are you doing at the moment? 1 I don’t know/am not knowing the answer to your question. 2 Dad reads/is reading a magazine so don’t talk to him. 3 I go/am going for a swim every time I’m stressed. 4 How often do you go/are you going to the cinema? 5 We enjoy/are enjoying our holiday because Italy is a beautiful country. 4 verb-noun phrases about daily routine : Complete the sentences with a suitable verb because we love the theatre and singing on the river near our house at the National Gallery because I love paintings. 5 When we visit other cities we usually go on a guided t so we can learn about the history and culture of the place.
She has blood on her hands. The campaigners also posted a letter claiming Kay begged Katona to see his daughter Dylan-Jorge (DJ), aged 5, but was denied. Former rugby league star Kay, 39, was married to Katona for three years and they died from an apparent drug overdose on Saturday. Rekindled: The former couple rekindled their romance during their thirties while Kerry was on her book tour for Too Much Too Young and George worked as her security guard.
1 The Mississippi's longer than the Thames. 2 This hotel's more comfortable than the other one. (comfortable). 3 I think this shop is better than that one. (good). 12 His homework was worst than mine, (bad). 13 This film is more interesting than the one you wanted to see. (interesting). 14 The journey is longer than I thought. 15 This lesson is more difficult than the last one. (difficult).
Her shining and happy eyes should bear witness to that. ’Women should be either worshipped, or abandoned. Anything else is just lies. ’If a woman belongs to another man, she is five times more desirable than the one you can easily have. ’Never explain anything to women. Instead, take action. Always ac. ’A woman is not a piece of furniture, she is a beautiful flower. She should only hear nice words and command your full attention. It is better to say something wonderful to her every day than to work in a gloomy frenzy for her sake every day of your life. ’I thought what a damned business.
too much homework (do) 7, I’m looking forward to (see. ou again 8, We are going to have a campfire trip. B- The winter is wet and too cold. It’s very nice in the summer, though.
As long as kids have been bored at school and wanted attention, they've been willing to engage in pointless, dangerous activities to show how tough they ar. ut just as we saw with the salt and ice challenge or the cinnamon challenge, these silly games have very real consequences that should cause concern for parents.