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What makes a good WWOOFer




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Lesson 4: What makes a good WWOOFer

Objectives:

  • talking about abilities (can/ know how to);
  • talking about skills and qualities (be good at - be proficient in - excel in)

Imagine you work for the organisation WWOOF Canada. You want to send an email to a Canadian host family to tell them about Dan Smith’s profile. Complete the email below with the correct verb form:

V or V-ing?

Dear hosts,

I think that Dan Smith could be a great WWOOfer on your farm. First of all, he is good at (take care)   of animals (he has already worked as a pet sitter and in a pet medical centre). Besides, he knows how to (clean)  facilities and to (meet)  health standards. I think that he will be at ease with WWOOFers from other countries since he can (speak)  German and Spanish. Last but not least, he is proficient in (work)  in teams and he excels in (take) initiatives. Dan likes swimming and mountain biking so I guess that he will enjoy working on your farm!

We're looking forward to hearing from you!
 
Best regards,
 
Clara, WWOOF Canada