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B2 upper intermediate: An interview

In this video Jack's having an interview to get into a university to train as a PE (physical education) teacher. How do you think the interview goes?

Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and follow the instructions to practise your speaking.

Check your understanding 1


Task 1

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Task 2

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Language level

Upper intermediate: B2


Is there any site for voice recording?

Hello Stefan xy,

That is not something we have, I'm afraid. There is, of course, plenty of software available for recording on your own device.



The LearnEnglish Team

the video it was good for me thank you so much

Yes, I think I might have an interview in the future because I alway want to find a chance to work btetter. I speak English not welll, but I will try my best. What I learn in this video is the skill to answer the question well. Thanks for your intersting video!

Hello Madams and Sirs;
Thanks for your videos of speaking skill, they are very interesting and useful videos for my practices. However, there are only few videos that are not enough supply to improve my conversation skill. Please provide me many more videos. they are better to allow recording my speaking voice and then i can listen them again, that i can adjust my pronuncitation

Hello, finally I can find someone who is from Vietnam in here.

Hi Hung-Tran,

Thanks for your kind comment. We plan to release more videos in the future, but in the meantime you can find a few more at each level in the LearnEnglish Teens Speaking skills section.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I find the video simple and good. I learnt to answer interview questions sequentially.

yes, i suppose to do the interview in english in future. and I have learn some new words. they are very useful for me. i hope i have a chance to use some of them in next interview . Thanks a lot.

Yes. I've learned few rules of words ordering, some usual phrases for an interview, I overcame embarrassement when speaking english with Mrs. Spence.