A wonderful job
French writing exercise

Un métier merveilleux

Guillaume loves his job as an A&E [US: ER] doctor.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"an A&E [US: ER] doctor", "to treat a patient", "a colleague", "to accompany [someone]", "particularly", "a nurse", "to get recognition", "to deserve", "a (hospital) shift", "to count on [someone]", "by one's side".

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I do a job that I love: I am an A&E [US: ER] doctor. I meet a lot of interesting people, which I love. The patients that I treat, of course, but also the colleagues who accompany me every day. I particularly admire the nurses who rarely get the recognition that they deserve. When we do long and tiring shifts, it's important to be able to count on those who fight by our side.

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