Episode 4


Daniel makes some classic mistakes in his interview.


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Although Daniel made some mistakes, I though this video much funny. In addition, give me tips important for my next interview. I remember to have made some mistakes too. But I always learned something each one.

Nice video!) Daniel was too much self-confident.)) And of course there were some classic mistakes that he shouldn't make.

Thank you very useful text...Daniel performance was very poor...:):):)I watched the video with pleasure.

Dear LearnEnglishTeam,

I've noticed different use of the words ON TO and ONTO. In the first sentence"move on to managing people" the words are divided ,and in the second sentence "...then move onto something bigger", it is one word. Could you explain me the difference between "on to" and "onto"? Thank you in advance. Kind regards,Dacja

Hello Dacja,

In British English traditionally the difference was as follows:

We use 'onto' where we are describing movement:

Let's climb onto the roof of the car - we'll see better from there.

I pushed the bike onto the pavement.

I stepped onto the bridge.

We use 'on to' where 'on' is part of the verb and/or is describing progress rather than movement:

Let's move on to the next item on the agenda.

After finishing school you can move on to further studies at university or college.

Open the web page and log on to your account.

However, this is changing. I believe in US English 'onto' is gradually becoming the standard form (though I am not from the US myself, so I am not 100% sure of this).

I hope that helps to clarify it for you.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you Peter. It is always useful to learn new things.
Kind regards,Dacja

Sir I am not able to see the video. Can u please help me?

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I have been in some job interviews on both sides, but as an interviewer I have found some guys like Daniel, arrogants and with nothing of modest during the interview. This video shows what not to do during a job interview, it's very helpfull!!!