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Public relations

Listen to a public relations account executive talk about how she got into public relations.

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


Language level

Upper intermediate: B2


I can not agree with one thing lady added while talking.It is about communicating skills.She mentioned it as talent more than skill.Yeah that is somehow true but communicating is not special behaviour that comes when you was born.There are some people that i know who were mostly non-talkative during their childhood but now they improved their skills into next level and they are doing really god job.

I would like to work in public relations because i¨m very friendly and communicative, i like working on events and i´m also intereseted in marketing and social media.

I'd like to work in public relations sector , it's very interesting job,so you can meet new people every day, sometimes you work indoors and another time you work outdoors,
You have a new challenge you should overcome and target you should achieve it
That's making this job very interesting.

I don't see any button/number/tick/box etc in Task-01 to put them in order. Anybody has any idea how to do it??

Hello anuru2015

When you want to drop a sentence in a new position, you have to click or press on the small white hand (on the right) of the sentence that is in new position.

Does that make sense? It's easy to do but a little difficult to explain, so if you'd like me to describe how to do it again, please let us know.

All the best


The LearnEnglish Team

PR is an exciting career. Will improve my communication with people and build relationships with others.

It is nice to be here and read your excellent material
and also listen to it. Well done.

Thank you very much.

Best wishes

I couldn't be more grateful to the British Council LearnEnglish staff for all these great activities!!!
Invaluable support for a teacher, thank you for your dedication!!!

Hello Alessandra65,

Thank you for taking the time to let us know this. That's what we're here for! 

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Prepositions and verb tenses are always my weak points. Thank you for these tasks. I hope you can add more exercises like this in the future. (:

Again, many thanks!