To speak about professions, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
Coach - someone whose job is to teach people to improve at a sport, skill, or school subject;
Cobbler - someone whose job is to make or repair shoes;
Confectioner - a company or person that makes or sells sweets or chocolate;
Chef - someone who is the main cook (= person who cooks) in a hotel or a restaurant;
Dentist - someone who examines and repairs teeth;
Doctor - a person whose job is to treat people who have an illness or injury;
Electrician - someone whose job is to put in, check, or repair electrical wires and equipment;
Engineer - someone whose job is to design, build, or repair machines, engines, roads, bridges, etc;
Explorer - someone who travels to places where no one has ever been in order to find out what is there;
Farmer - someone who owns or looks after a farm;
Model - someone whose job is to wear fashionable clothes, be in photographs, etc in order to advertise things;
Firefighter - someone whose job is to stop fires burning;
Florist - someone who sells and arranges flowers in a shop;
Gardener - someone who works in a garden, growing plants and making it look attractive;
Glazier - a person who sells glass or fits it into windows;
Greengrocer - someone who sells fruit and vegetables;
Grocer - someone who owns or works in a grocer's
Hairdresser - someone whose job is to wash, cut, colour, etc people's hair.
I've got an appointment at the dentist's (= where the dentist works) tomorrow.
She is a great gardener. There are many flowers near her house.
Mary was a wonderful model.