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Episode 05

Sarah goes for her interview. How will she do?

Do the preparation task first. Then watch the video and do the exercises. You can also read the transcript.

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Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2

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I dont know which is more professional in English ( she will get the job ,she will take the job or she will have the job)

Hello Khaled,

'get', 'take' and 'have' are correct but mean different things. 'get' means she wins a competition for the job, whereas 'take' means she wins the competition and chooses the job (perhaps over other jobs). 'have' describes the job she will be doing.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Sure Sarah will take the job , she seems more professional ,less proud in her self

not surprised

the video is not quite good that it was interupted some times.
i thik Sarash will get the job as she is curious and talent candidate.

In my opinion, the organization that was held was very good, since I try to take things well and without any problem, taking into account that this interview was very formal, and will continue being until it is concluded in person. It takes into account much the presentation, the CV, among many other things.

It was a good video and it gave me insight about real interview and what i should avoid to succeed

I made my first (from episode 1) two mistakes with the adjectives "motivating" and "stimiluating". In my opinion the context of the sentences above is the best explanation of the difference between them.

The video was very entertaining and Clara obviously got the job she was very clear in her answers and did not make the mistakes of Daniel, it was clear and concise

I agree with the majority that this episode is very useful.
Interview was educational and that is most important.

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