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Unit 9 Interviews. In this unit, you will: A. Learn and ask common interview questions. B. Answer interview questions. C. Learn how to prepare for interviews. WARM-UP LISTENING. Key. Section A

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unit 9 interviews
Unit 9Interviews

In this unit, you will:

  • A. Learn and ask common interview questions.
  • B. Answer interview questions.
  • C. Learn how to prepare for interviews.
warm up listening
WARM-UP LISTENING

Key

  • Section A
  • Directions: You will hear 5 sentences. Listen to each sentence, and then decide what the best response should be.
  • 1. a. Sure, I can do that.
  • b. I graduated from Nanjing University in May.
  • c. Of course, I know you want to know.
  • d. What do you want?
  • 2. a. I’m worrying about tomorrow’s exam. c. I don’t know.
  • b. I can move a sofa upstairs alone. d. I don’t give up.
  • 3. a. My major is English. c. I major in English.
  • b. My major was French. d. I want to major in French.
  • 4. a. I graduated in May. c. I haven’t graduated yet.
  • b. I’ll graduate in December. d. Our class graduates then.
  • 5. a. Why don’t you leave it at home? c. I’m sorry I can’t help you.
  • b. I don’t know if I can help you. d. That’s just what we need.
warm up listening1
WARM-UP LISTENING
  • 1. Tell me a little bit about yourself.
  • a. Sure, I can do that.
  • b. I graduated from Nanjing University in May.
  • c. Of course, I know you want to know.
  • d. What do you want?
  • 2. What is your greatest strength?
  • a. I’m worrying about tomorrow’s exam. c. I don’t know.
  • b. I can move a sofa upstairs alone. d. I don’t give up.
  • 3. What was your major?
  • a. My major is English. c. I major in English.
  • b. My major was French. d. I want to major in French.
  • 4. When are you going to graduate?
  • a. I graduated in May. c. I haven’t graduated yet.
  • b. I’ll graduate in December. d. Our class graduates then.
  • 5. I have a lot of practical experience that I will bring to this job.
  • a. Why don’t you leave it at home? c. I’m sorry I can’t help you.
  • b. I don’t know if I can help you. d. That’s just what we need.
warm up listening2
WARM-UP LISTENING

Key

  • Section B
  • Directions: You will hear 5 short dialogues. After each dialogue, you will hear a question. Both the dialogues and the questions will be spoken two times. After listening to the dialogue and the question, choose the correct answer from the four choices.
  • 1. a. Parent and child. c. Friends.
  • b. Customer and salesperson. d. Husband and wife.
  • 2. a. At the workplace. c. At a service desk.
  • b. In someone’s front yard. d. At a ticket office.
  • 3. a. His own. c. His boss’s.
  • b. His friend’s. d. His teacher’s.
  • 4. a. To his neighbor’s. c. To a business meeting.
  • b. To a birthday party. d. To a formal concert.
  • 5. a. A teacher and a child. c. A teacher and a mother.
  • b. A husband and a wife. d. A boss and a potential employee.
warm up listening3
WARM-UP LISTENING
  • 1. M: I am worrying about my interview on Friday.
  • W: Don’t worry about it. You will do just fine, young man.
  • Q: What’s the possible relationship between these two speakers?
  • a. Parent and child. c. Friends.
  • b. Customer and salesperson. d. Husband and wife.
  • 2. M: The boss is supposed to interview four different people for that position this Friday.
  • W: Really? Are you going to apply? I know you have wanted a promotion for a long time.
  • Q: Where does this dialogue most probably take place?
  • a. At the workplace. c. At a service desk.
  • b. In someone’s front yard. d. At a ticket office.
  • 3. W: Did you see his unhappy face when he came out of the office?
  • M: Yeah. I think he just got fired.
  • Q: Whose office did the man talked about just come out of?
warm up listening4
WARM-UP LISTENING
  • a. His own. c. His boss’s.
  • b. His friend’s. d. His teacher’s.
  • 4. M: Man, I forgot my tie at home. And today! Of all days!
  • W: If you wear your coat, no one on the committee will even notice.
  • Q: Where is the man most probably headed?
  • a. To his neighbor’s. c. To a business meeting.
  • b. To a birthday party. d. To a formal concert.
  • 5. W: What do you do in your spare time?
  • M: I like to read, write, run, and play golf.
  • Q: Who is the dialogue most likely taking place between?
  • a. A teacher and a child. c. A teacher and a mother.
  • b. A husband and a wife. d. A boss and a potential employee.
basic skills
Read and memorize the following expressions.

Questions

Tell me a little bit about yourself.

Tell me a bit about yourself.

Tell me about yourself.

Can you tell me about yourself?

Could you please tell me a bit about yourself and your job experiences?

Answers

I graduated from …

I am from …

I have a degree in …

I majored in …

I minored in …

I worked as a …

BASIC SKILLS
basic skills1
Do you have any on-the-job experience?

Could/Can you tell me a bit about your job history?

What kind of jobs have you had in the past?

Do you have any experience?

What experience do you have?

What kind of job experience do you have?

What kind of experience do you have?

Yes. I have …/No, I don’t.

I have worked as a …/In the past, I worked as a …

I have worked several different jobs.

I don’t have any experience./I have experience in this field.

BASIC SKILLS
basic skills2
What is/are your greatest strength/strengths?

What do you believe is/are your greatest strength/strengths?

What do you think your greatest strength is?

What do you think is your greatest strength?

What do other people say your greatest strength is?

I am …

My friends say that my greatest strength is …

BASIC SKILLS
basic skills3
What is/are your greatest weakness/weaknesses?

What do you believe is/are your greatest weakness/weaknesses?

What do you think is your greatest weakness?

What do you think your greatest weakness is?

What do other people say your greatest weakness is?

Why do you think you would be good for this position?

I am …

My friends say that my greatest weakness is …

I think I have …

I think I would …

BASIC SKILLS
listening comprehension
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Section A
  • Directions:Listen to the conversation. Then mark the answer you think is best. The conversation will be spoken two times.
  • Words & Expressions
  • major n.主修课
  • minor n.辅修课
  • trade n.贸易
  • skill n.技能
  • goal n.目标
  • workplace n.工作场所
  • teachable a.可教的
  • confident a.自信的
listening comprehension1
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Tape Script

Key

  • 1. Which of these are John’s hobbies?
  • a. Reading, climbing mountain and playing chess.
  • b. Reading, climbing mountain and playing the piano.
  • c. Writing, reading and playing chess.
  • d. Reading, playing chess and riding bicycle.
  • 2. What kind of company does Mr. Robinson work for?
  • a. An international business. c. An advertising business.
  • b. An English training center. d. A factory.
  • 3. What is John’s major?
  • a. Computers. c. Business.
  • b. English. d. Science.
  • 4. Which of the following countries does Mr. Robinson do business with?
  • a. France. c. The United States.
  • b. Canada. d. England.
  • 5. Which skill is John planning to improve?
  • a. His business skills. c. His reading skills.
  • b. His English skills. d. His chess-playing skills.
listening comprehension2
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Key

  • MR. ROBINSON: Please tell me something about yourself.
  • JOHN: I have many hobbies including reading, mountain climbing, and playing chess.
  • MR. ROBINSON: What is your major in college?
  • JOHN: I have a major in business and a minor in English.
  • MR. ROBINSON: Why are you interested in working for our company?
  • JOHN: I have always been interested in international trade, so I have done some research on the topic over the past few years.
  • MR. ROBINSON: Our company does a lot of business with England. Do you think your English is good enough to do business with those countries?
  • JOHN: Well, I have studied hard and improved my English skills greatly over the past few years.
  • MR. ROBINSON: What are your future goals?
  • JOHN: I’d like to be an international businessman who has set foot in every continent of the world.
  • MR. ROBINSON: Wow, that is a pretty high goal. What are the strengths that you would bring to the workplace?
  • JOHN: I am teachable. I know I still have much to learn, and I will continue to work hard to improve my English, but I feel confident that I can do this job well.
listening comprehension3
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • 1. Which of these are John’s hobbies?
  • a. Reading, climbing mountain and playing chess.
  • b. Reading, climbing mountain and playing the piano.
  • c. Writing, reading and playing chess.
  • d. Reading, playing chess and riding bicycle.
  • 2. What kind of company does Mr. Robinson work for?
  • a. An international business. c. An advertising business.
  • b. An English training center. d. A factory.
  • 3. What is John’s major?
  • a. Computers. c. Business.
  • b. English. d. Science.
  • 4. Which of the following countries does Mr. Robinson do business with?
  • a. France. c. The United States.
  • b. Canada. d. England.
  • 5. Which skill is John planning to improve?
  • a. His business skills. c. His reading skills.
  • b. His English skills. d. His chess-playing skills.

Tape Script

listening comprehension4
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Notes for Language and Culture
  • 1. set foot in意思是“踏上某地(尤指这样做很特别或不同寻常)”( to go to a place, especially when there is something special or unusual about you doing this)。
  • 例如:
  • It was the first time she had set foot in the desert.
  • 这是她首次踏足沙漠。
  • 2. strength意思是“强项;长处;优势”。
  • 例如:
  • The ability to stay calm is one of his many strengths.
  • 能够保持冷静是他的多项优点之一。
  • The test is used to determine candidates’ strengths and weaknesses.
  • 这项测试用来判定候选人的长处和弱点。
listening comprehension5
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Section B
  • Directions:Listen to the conversation. Then decide if the sentences below are true or false. Mark the correct answer with a “√”. The conversation will be spoken two times.
  • Words & Expressions
  • qualified a.符合资格的
  • legal a.法律的
  • secretary n.秘书
  • naturally ad.自然地
listening comprehension6
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Patricia is nervous about her interview. truefalse
  • Patricia is being interviewed for a job at a bank. truefalse
  • Patricia has no experience with this job. truefalse
  • Patricia thinks Valerie’s advice is very helpful.
  • truefalse
  • 5. Valerie’s main idea is that Patricia should be prepared.
  • truefalse

Tape Script

Key

listening comprehension7
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Key

  • VALERIE: So, are you ready for your big interview, Patricia?
  • PATRICIA: How can I ever be ready? I have no idea what they will ask me!
  • VALERIE: Yes, the fear of the unknown is difficult, but I think you can still be prepared to answer the questions you know they will ask.
  • PATRICIA: Which questions?
  • VALERIE: Well, interviewers always want to know about your experience and education, right?
  • PATRICIA: I guess so.
  • VALERIE: So, be ready to answer those questions.
  • PATRICIA: Good. Anything else?
  • VALERIE: Also, they usually want to know why they should give you this job. What makes you so qualified for this job?
  • PATRICIA: Yeah, how can I answer that question?
listening comprehension8
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Key

  • VALERIE: Well, you have had a lot of experience as a legal secretary and you know what that kind of job is like.
  • PATRICIA: That is true.
  • VALERIE: So you can talk about how your experience has prepared you for the challenges of a job like this.
  • PATRICIA: Wow, you’re great, Valerie. Wish I could take you with me! You’ve helped me a lot.
  • VALERIE: You’ll do just fine by yourself. Be prepared as best as you can and don’t worry about the rest. It will come naturally.
listening comprehension9
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Patricia is nervous about her interview. truefalse
  • Patricia is being interviewed for a job at a bank. truefalse
  • Patricia has no experience with this job. truefalse
  • Patricia thinks Valerie’s advice is very helpful. truefalse
  • Valerie’s main idea is that Patricia should be prepared.
  • truefalse

Tape Script

listening comprehension10
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Notes for Language and Culture
  • 求职中的自我介绍相当重要。一分钟的自我介绍,犹如商品广告,在短短60秒内,针对“客户”的需要,将自己最美好的一面,毫无保留地表现出来,不但要令对方留下深刻的印象,还要即时引发起“购买欲”。 首先必须知道你能带给公司什么好处。当然口说无凭,必须有事实加以证明。最理想就是能够“展示”过去的成就。例如你曾为以往的公司设计的作品,所获得的奖项或认可。当然,这些例子都必须与现在公司的业务性质有关。
listening comprehension11
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • Section C
  • Directions:Listen to the short passage and answer the following questions. The passage will be spoken two times.
  • Words & Expressions
  • chief n.局长,首领
  • hire v.聘用
  • bulb n.电灯泡
  • plus prep.加
  • shocked a.震惊的
  • logical a.合乎逻辑的
  • confuse v.使糊涂
  • puzzle v.使迷惑
  • barbershop n.理发店
  • haircut n.理发
listening comprehension12
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Tape Script

Key

  • 1. What did the chief of police need to do?
  • He wanted to .
  • 2. Who came in and applied for the job?
  • came in to apply for the job.
  • 3. What question did Jules not know the answer to?
  • “Who ?”
  • 4. What did Jules do in the afternoon after his interview?
  • He went .
  • 5. Why did Jules think that his interview went well?
  • Because he thought he was given a task of on the first day of his job.
listening comprehension13
LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Key

  • The chief of police wanted to hire a new policeman to work in his office. A young man named Jules came in to apply. The chief of police knew that Jules was not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree, but decided to ask him a few questions.
  • “Jules, what is 1 plus 1?” he asked.
  • “Why, 11! Everyone knows that!” The chief of police smiled to himself. It wasn’t exactly what he had meant, but Jules was close.
  • “Jules, what are the two days of the week that both start with T?”
  • “Today and tomorrow.”
  • The police chief looked shocked. Jules had come up with a very logical answer that he hadn’t thought of himself.
  • “Jules, who killed Abraham Lincoln?”
  • This question confused and puzzled Jules. “Why don’t you go home and work on it?” the police chief said. Jules left the police station.
  • That afternoon, Jules went out to the local barbershop to get a haircut.
  • “How did your interview go?” the barber asked.
  • “Wonderful!” Jules replied. “I’m working on a murder case and it’s only my first day on the job!”
listening comprehension14
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
  • 1. What did the chief of police need to do?
  • He wanted to hire a new policeman to work in his office.
  • 2. Who came in and applied for the job?
  • A young man named Jules came in to apply for the job.
  • 3. What question did Jules not know the answer to?
  • “Who killed Abraham Lincoln?”
  • 4. What did Jules do in the afternoon after his interview?
  • He went to the local barbershop to get a haircut.
  • 5. Why did Jules think that his interview went well?
  • Because he thought he was given a task of working on a murder case on the first day of his job.

Tape Script

compound dictation
COMPOUND DICTATION
  • Section A
  • Directions: Write down the sentences that you hear. The sentences will be spoken three times.
  • 1. ____________________________________________________
  • 2. ____________________________________________________
  • 3. ____________________________________________________
  • 4. ____________________________________________________
  • 5. ____________________________________________________

Key

compound dictation1
COMPOUND DICTATION
  • 1. I am so nervous about this job interview tomorrow.
  • 2. Please tell me about your education and experience.
  • 3. I have a master’s degree in computer programming.
  • 4. I have tutored children on the weekends for five years.
  • 5. What would you do if your students disobeyed you?
compound dictation2
COMPOUND DICTATION

Key

  • Section B
  • Directions: Listen to the passage and fill in the blanks with the missing words. The passage will be spoken two times.
  • When preparing for a job interview, you should always try __________ the questions you will be asked. Interviewers want to know something about you and ___________. Of course, they will ask about your major as well as your experience in this particular ___________. They often ask you what your greatest ___________ or weakness is. This is a challenging question. They might also ask you what you would do in a ___________ to see how you handle problems. If you are prepared to answer these questions, you will have a much better chance of being successful.
compound dictation3
COMPOUND DICTATION
  • When preparing for a job interview, you should always try to predict the questions you will be asked. Interviewers want to know something about you and your abilities. Of course, they will ask about your major as well as your experience in this particular job field. They often ask you what your greatest strength or weakness is. This is a challenging question. They might also ask you what you would do in a certain situation to see how you handle problems. If you are prepared to answer these questions, you will have a much better chance of being successful.
follow up speaking
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • Section A
  • I. Listen In and Speak Out
  • Directions:Listen to the conversation and repeat it sentence by sentence.
  • Words & Expressions
  • bachelor’s degree学士学位
  • elementary a.基础的
  • education n.教育
  • discipline n.纪律
  • tutor v.辅导
  • eager a.渴望的
  • review v.审查
  • resumén.履历,简历
follow up speaking1
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • MS BROWN: Please introduce yourself to me. ①
  • JAMIE: I am a graduate of Michigan State University. I have a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. I love working with children.
  • MS BROWN: Why would you like a jobat our school? ②
  • JAMIE: I know that your school has high academic standards and good discipline. I am looking for this kind of school.
  • MS BROWN: What kind of experience do you havein teaching? ③
  • JAMIE: I have helped my cousins with their schoolwork since I was in junior middle school. I have also tutored students for 6 years now.
  • MS BROWN: You seem eager to teach. I will review your resume and give you an answer within a week.
  • JAMIE: Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you.
follow up speaking2
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING

Sample

  • II. Practice
  • Directions: Act out the conversation by using the following expressions.
  • ① Please introduce yourself to me.
  • Please tell me about yourself.
  • Tell me about yourself, please.
  • What can you tell me about yourself?
  • Would you please introduce yourself to me?
  • ② Why would you like a job at our school?
  • Why are you interested in a job at our school?
  • Why would you like to pursue a position at our school?
  • Why did you decide to apply for this position at our school?
  • ③ What kind of experience do you have in teaching?
  • Do you have any experience in the field of teaching?
  • Do you have the experience needed?
  • Do you have any previous experience in education?
follow up speaking3
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • III. Sample Conversation
  • MS BROWN: Please tell me about yourself.
  • JAMIE: I am a graduate of Michigan State University. I have a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. I love working with children.
  • MS BROWN: Why are you interested in a job at our school?
  • JAMIE: I know that your school has high academic standards and good discipline. I am looking for this kind of school.
  • MS BROWN: Do you have any previous experience in education?
  • JAMIE: I have helped my cousins with their schoolwork since I was in junior middle school. I have also tutored students for 6 years now.
  • MS BROWN: You seem eager to teach. I will review your resume and give you an answer within a week.
  • JAMIE: Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you.
follow up speaking4
Section B

I. Listen In and Fill Out

Directions:Listen to the conversation and fill in the blanks with the missing words, consulting the useful expressions in the box if you have difficulty.

Words & Expressions

assistant a.助理的

senior n. (高中和大学的)毕业班学生

finance n.金融

banking n.银行业

eagerness n.渴望

weakness n.弱点

candidate n.候选人

position n.职位

rope n.绳子,诀窍

journalism n.新闻业

telecommunications n.电信

mechanical engineering机械工程学

circuit board 集成电路板

FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
follow up speaking5
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING

Key

  • MR. STEVENS: Good afternoon. I am John Stevens, assistant manager of this bank. Please have a seat.
  • DAVID: Thank you, sir.
  • MR. STEVENS: Would you please introduce yourself to me?
  • DAVID: My name is David Smith. I am a senior in the University of Ohio. I plan to graduate in June with a major in finance.
  • MR. STEVENS: _________________ ①
  • ① What do you think is your greatest strength?
  • Can you share with me what you believe is your greatest strength?
  • What would others who know you well say is your greatest strength?
  • What would you say your greatest strength is?
follow up speaking6
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING

Key

  • DAVID: _________________ ② and am currently looking for a job where I can develop my skills.
  • MR. STEVENS: Do you have any experience in banking?
  • DAVID: No, I do not, but I have always been interested in a job like this. I’m sure that with my education and eagerness, I could do this job well.
  • ② I learn the ropes quickly.
  • I can learn new things quickly.
  • I am a quick learner.
  • I can pick up new information and learn it quickly.
  • I am not afraid to try something new and learn how to do it.
follow up speaking7
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING

Key

  • MR. STEVENS: You seem quite confident. _________________ ③
  • DAVID: Sometimes when I am working on a project, I don’t eat or sleep properly. I know of this problem, and I’ve been trying to take better care of myself.
  • MR. STEVENS: Well, thank you for coming today. I still have several other candidates to see over the next couple of days. _________________ ④
  • DAVID: Thank you for your time. Have a good day.
  • ③ What would you say your greatest weakness is?
  • Can you share with me what you believe is your greatest weakness?
  • What would others who know you well say is your greatest weakness?
  • What do you think is your greatest weakness?
  • ④ I’ll talk to you next week after I decide who will be best suited for this position.
  • I’ll get back to you sometime next week when I have decided about the position.
  • I’ll let you know next week if you have got the position.
  • I’ll notify you next week concerning the position.
follow up speaking8
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • MR. STEVENS: Good afternoon. I am John Stevens, assistant manager of this bank. Please have a seat.
  • DAVID: Thank you, sir.
  • MR. STEVENS: Would you please introduce yourself to me?
  • DAVID: My name is David Smith. I am a senior in the University of Ohio. I plan to graduate in June with a major in finance.
  • MR. STEVENS: What do you think is your greatest strength?①
  • DAVID: I am a quick learner,② and am currently looking for a job where I can develop my skills.
  • MR. STEVENS: Do you have any experience in banking?
  • DAVID: No, I do not, but I have always been interested in a job like this. I’m sure that with my education and eagerness, I could do this job well.
follow up speaking9
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • MR. STEVENS: You seem quite confident. What do you think is your greatest weakness?③
  • DAVID: Sometimes when I am working on a project, I don’t eat or sleep properly. I know of this problem, and I’ve been trying to take better care of myself.
  • MR. STEVENS: Well, thank you for coming today. I still have several other candidates to see over the next couple of days. I’ll get back to you sometime next week when I have decided about the position.④
  • DAVID: Thank you for your time. Have a good day.
follow up speaking10
FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING

Sample

  • II. Practice
  • Directions:Act out the conversation by using the following information.
  • ① Albert Baxter, C.E.O. of Phonytell
  • Mark Bernard
  • I am a senior at Arizona State University.
  • I will graduate in December with a degree in journalism.
  • Do you have any experience in telecommunications?
  • ② Jerry M. Owens and Jenny Skills, recruiters for Welldear Company
  • Joesph Bolton
  • I am a senior at MIT.
  • I will graduate in May with a degree in mechanical engineering.
  • Do you have any experience in circuit board design?
  • ③ G.T. Away, assistant manager of Travel Fast
  • Grace Atkins
  • I am a senior at Beijing Language and Culture University.
  • I will graduate in June with a degree in English.
  • Do you have any experience translating English documents into Chinese?
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FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • III. Sample Conversation
  • MR. AWAY: Good afternoon. I am G.T. Away, assistant manager of Travel Fast. Please have a seat.
  • GRACE: Thank you, sir.
  • MR. AWAY: Would you please introduce yourself to me?
  • GRACE: My name is Grace Atkins. I am a senior at Beijing Language and Culture University. I will graduate in June with a degree in English.
  • MR. AWAY: Could you share with me what you believe is your greatest strength?
  • GRACE: I learn the ropes quickly, and am currently looking for a job where I can develop my skills.
  • MR. AWAY: Do you have any experience translating English documents into Chinese?
  • GRACE: Yes, I do, and I’m sure that with my education and eagerness, I could do this job well.
  • MR. AWAY: You seem quite confident. What is your greatest weakness?
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FOLLOW-UP SPEAKING
  • GRACE: Sometimes when I am working on a project, I don’t eat or sleep properly. I know of this problem, and I’ve been trying to take better care of myself.
  • MR. AWAY: Well, thank you for coming today. I still have several other candidates to see. I’ll let you know next week if you have got the position.
  • GRACE: Thank you for your time. Have a good day.