" Host & Hostess "

Watch the video then fill in the gaps with the following words:

attending - cashier - consider - courteous - customer - dress establishment - helpful - holidays
lounge - low - neat - pool - positive - providing - reservations - split - tipped - upscale

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If you enjoy interacting with people, like to well and need a job that doesn’t require a lot of training you might finding work as a host or hostess in a restaurant or coffee shop. This is not the best paid position in the but it’s vitally important because the host or hostess is the first impression a receives. The host or hostess is often responsible for taking , guiding customers to tables, them with menus and making sure they receive prompt and service. In some businesses, the host or hostess is also the . Knowledge of a language may be in restaurants specializing in foreign food. A host or hostess is usually not directly by customers except in some very restaurants, but might receive tips if the staff combines them in a . That’s a subject to explore when you interview for the job. In most places, the job of host or hostess is pretty simple to learn and fairly stress, so this is a good job to consider if you need work while school, writing a novel, auditioning for acting roles or getting used to a new city. Part-time work and shifts are fairly common. You will also often work on week-ends, evenings and . Three things you’ll need to bring with you to the job every day are a attitude, a and clean appearance and a smile.