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

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Task 1

Check your understanding 2

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Task 2

Check your understanding 3

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Discussion

Language level

Upper intermediate: B2

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I am sure that I will do an interview in English in the near future because of IELTS exam. As we know, in part 1 of speaking we need to answer for some questions about ourselves. And I can say this video very helpful for preparing speaking skills.

It is very important to be confident, and have a self esteem. And be truly yourself, and say what you really think from the bottom of your hart. And not trying to be someone else, or pretend that you are someone else.

yes, I think I might be having an English interview soon. The video that was presented gave me ideas on how to answer questions. Some of the words or phrases that was used can also be helpful in my job interview.

I will like to learn the intermediate level through to the final on your online learning platform.

I've learned an interview
I have to use the key word
And have short sentences.

hi. thank you so much. all the materials in this site are useful. I want to practice my speaking. is there more videos to practice with, in B2 upper intermediate and other levels? if yes where can i find?

Hi Peter:
I did the test and I am in level B1, It says I have to search CEF. can you please tell me what is CEF and where is it?

Hello razia
'CEF' means 'Common European Framework', which is a system that describes people's ability to use a language. There are 6 levels in the CEF -- A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 -- with A1 being beginner level and C2 expert.
You can find pages at your level on our site by using Step 2 on our level test page: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/content
Go below the level test and then choose 'Intermediate: B1' under Level and then you will see a long list of pages at the B1 level just below there. You can also of course look for pages at the B2 level.
I think that should work for you, but please let us know if you have any other questions. Good luck and enjoy!
All the best
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you! It is a good lesson, very very useful.

More Interviews please. Thx

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