Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jop"

Synonyms of "Jop" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre take over his jop e take his job over ?
A: Yes, that's true. Some phrasal verbs are separable and some phrasal verbs are inseparable.
If a phrasal verb is separable, usually you can say it either way. But some phrasal verbs, you *have to* separate them.

For example

come across - This phrasal verb is inseparable. You have to say. "While I was cleaning the house, I came across something that I had lost." You cannot say, "I came something across that I had lost." No! You have to say "come across something".

chop up - You can say, "While I was making dinner, I chopped up an onion" or "I chopped an onion up." Both are fine. You can say it either way you like. This phrasal verb is separable and you can say it either way.

do over - You have to say "do something over". I did my homework wrong, so the teacher said I had to do it over." You cannot say, "I had to do over it." No! That's wrong. This phrasal verb is separable and you have to separate it.

Translations of "Jop"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? what do you say that you are with out jop
A: Unemployed.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? What is your jop?
A: what do you do? 😊🤗
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? i'm fresh graduated, I am seeking to find a jop that give me a lot of experience and adapt to my skills.
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Other questions about "Jop"

Q: I will do my best get the jop soa natural?
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Q: what is your jop soa natural?
A: "what is your job"

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