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Advice on writing CVs

Listen to an interview with a recruitment expert, who talks about his experience of reading CVs and offers some good advice on writing them.

Do the Preparation task first. Then listen to the audio. Next go to each Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the transcript at any time.

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Weak forms are syllable sounds that become unstressed in connected speech and are often then pronounced as a schwa.

Example 
In the sentence below the first 'do' is a weak form and the second is stressed.

What do you want to do this evening?

Weak forms are very common in English. Listen carefully and fill in the gaps with the missing words typed out in full.

Exercise

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Language level

Upper intermediate: B2

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Thank you for this opportunity. This website is really useful. I liked very much the interview and it gave me good advices on writing a CV. 

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Thank you very much for this opportunity. I’m looking for a job and I found this topic is very useful.
I’m sorry to say that the most of who choose the candidate are, they look for a  photo ,and  then they will read the CV.
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