Unit Three Job Interview. New Words and Expressions. III cultural notes. 1. Job interview 2.Michael Jordan(1963-- ) 3.John Michael Landy (1930-- ) 4.Sir Roger Bannister(1929--?) 5.The New York Marathon. interview:.
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grillfollow up prospective
endeavorgo after incidentally
take/have a crack deadline
in the neighborhood ofgenerous
beyond anyone’s wildest dreams sparkle
The senior detective grilled the young suspect about the robbery case.
We could grill the chops on the barbecue. back
(followed by “with”)
If you make a hotel booking by phone, follow it up with written confirmation.
We are worried that terrorists will follow up their threats with bomb attacks.
The chief function of direct-mail advertising is to familiarize prospective buyers with a product.
The college had applications from nearly 200 prospective students.
The government has endeavored to forbid the employment of children under the age of 16.
The company endeavors to deal with the clients’ complains as promptly as possible.
Are you planning to go after Peter’s job when he leaves?
He went after first prize in the English speech contest.
Or when you want to talk about sth. Else you have just thought of)
Incidentally, if you want to see him again,
let me know.
She sat reading the comic, chuckling to herself.
The professor chuckled when we told her that we were afraid of her.
This new car is out of my price bracket.
Women outnumbered men three to two in the over-65 age bracket.
It is a physical impossibility to be in two places at once.
I would like to take a crack at the Olympic title again before I retire.
Tomorrow is the deadline for the students to hand in their term paper.
a room into individual space
Her taxicab has a thick Perspex partition between the passenger’s seats and the driver.
Peter blurted the secret (out) before we could stop him.
Some reporters like to pry into film stars’ private life.
He has an annual salary in the neighborhood of $40,000.
I am hoping to buy an apartment in the neighborhood of 200,000 yuan .
It was generous of you to share your food with me.
The company announced a generous, unprecedented $20 per day wage for new workers.
Ten years ago it was beyond my wildest dreams that I could afford a car.
The diamond sparkled in the sunlight.
The stone sparkles when properly cut.