Listen to the job interview to practise and improve your listening skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.

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Dear Dr Jeyhun,

I thank you for this meaningful lesson. I learnt not just how to respond to questions from the interviewer but also how to inform about me being a valuable asset for the company.

When preparing for an interview, I carry out researches on the company or organization, its missions, vision, objectives and goal. Depending on the TOR of the job, I will measure the shortcomings and present a possible way out. At the end, I will express my desire to learn from my immediate supervisor and fellow colleagues givent eh environment will be new to me.

This transcript is about the interview skills, teaching how to achieve a good interview, now I am working in a foreign company, but I would like to improve my English skills to jump out the current comfort zone. This might be useful for my next career interview.

I like your free lessons. Thank you!

This kind of interview is very important, not only for listening purpose but also for career development and techniques of responding to interview questions.

I work in a Maritime Company for four years and i am looking for another job now because i want to change. I would like to share with you how i had prepared for interview. First of all i had received an email giving me informations such as date, hours, venue and others. Secondly, i had checked all informations involved about the post ; where the company's place were located; seen informations about the general manager its important what's was their activities, are there local or multinational? It's was the best way to be prepared because i was hired

Thank you very much, Peter M. It is now clear to me.

Well, there's the HR manager who you would report to. In this centence why do we use would not will ?

Hello Dr.Jeyhun,
The speakers use 'would' because they are discussing a hypothetical situation. The candidate has not yet got the job, so everything they say is in the context of 'If you got the job then you would...'

Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

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