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ESL forum > Ask for help > A socialist or a social worker or what ????    

A socialist or a social worker or what ????



miss noor
Palestine

A socialist or a social worker or what ????
 
Hello,
I hope you are well
Please tell me
What we caall a person who works at school and deals with student īs problems and solve them.
 

25 Feb 2009      



genzianella
Italy

a counsellor ?

ciao

25 Feb 2009     



menelmir
Hungary

You can use the term  īsocial worker ī. Socialist means something else :)

25 Feb 2009     



freddie
Canada

In Canada we call them guidance counsellor or school counsellor.

Cheers Smile

25 Feb 2009     



VeraM
Portugal

Do you mean a social assistant?

25 Feb 2009     



abates
United States

I īve always used the word social worker

25 Feb 2009     



roadrunnerr
Turkey

I know it as "counsellor".

25 Feb 2009     



Isabel L
Spain

Hi,

if the person works at a school, I īd call him / her "counsellor". A social worker can work in other places, not only schools and socialist refers to politics.
Hope it helps

25 Feb 2009     



kaz76
United Kingdom

In the UK, we say Guidance Teacher.

25 Feb 2009     



Jayho
Australia

Hi Noor
 
In Australia we usually call this a School Counsellor if its primary or secondary school.
 
Social workers are generally used in adult contexts.
 
A socialist is completely different.
 
Cheers
 
Jayho

25 Feb 2009     



douglas
United States

Isabel and Jayho are exactly right

27 Feb 2009