A Job Interview - LINC 3.24

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Watch the video. Listen and repeat to improve your pronunciation. Complete the exercise below.
have been taking   •  Could you come   •  Won't you   •  asked me to   •  have   •  I've seen   •  come   •  during that time   •  there were   •  worked   •  to hearing   •  don't like   •  I'll tell   •  you ever looked   •  I see   •  calling   •  I would replace   •  to thank   •  to meet   •  for seeing   •  will be   •  returning your call   •  is expanding   •  tell me if   •  after I finished   •  are moving   •  this is   •  to see  
Click and Drop: click on a word in the box above and then in the correct space. Check your answers. What is your score?
The Ming Home
RECEPTIONIST: Hi, this is Mr. Healey's office for Joyce Ming. Could you give us a call, please, at 431-9989? Thank you .... that's 431-9989.
JOYCE: 4-3-1-9-9-8-9
RECEPTIONIST: Transom and Transom, Mr. Healey's office.
JOYCE: Oh, hello, this is Joyce Ming .
RECEPTIONIST: Oh, yes, Joyce. Um ... Mr. Healey reviewed your application for the bookkeeping position, and he set up an interview for you.
JOYCE: Oh, that's great, thank you.
RECEPTIONIST: in tomorrow morning at 9:30?
JOYCE: 9:30 ... 9:30. That's fine, thank you.
RECEPTIONIST: Good, we'll see you tomorrow, then. Goodbye ...
JOYCE: Goodbye ...
Office Reception
RECEPTIONIST: Yes, can I help you?
JOYCE: I'm Joyce Ming. I have an appointment Mr. Healey.
RECEPTIONIST: Oh, yes. Mr. Healey you're here. Hello, Mr. Healey, Joyce Ming is here to see you. Fine, I'll send her in. Mr. Healey will see you now. First door on your right.
JOYCE: Thank you.
Mr. Healey's Office
MR. HEALEY: Mrs. Ming?
JOYCE: Yes, that's right.
MR. HEALEY: Pleased to meet you. My name is George Healey. sit down?
JOYCE: Thank you, it's nice you, Mr. Healey.
MR. HEALEY: Well, I looked at your resume, and you have experience with office work. Why don't you tell me a little more about yourself?
JOYCE: Well, I from Hong Kong, and I for the bookkeeping department of a company like yours for five years business school.
MR. HEALEY: Was it a large department?
JOYCE: No, only three of us. My duties included typing and bookkeeping, and the receptionist sometimes. After that, we came to Canada. I've been at home with my children for the last few years, and I've been a volunteer in the office at our community centre.
MR. HEALEY: Oh, yes, I noticed that. I think you there.
JOYCE: I'm at the front desk sometimes. And I keep the books there, too. I a course at the college for the past month to learn about computers and to get my typing speed back up.
MR. HEALEY: Have after a payroll?
JOYCE: Yes, I did the monthly payroll at my first job. I'm confident I can do the job.
MR. HEALEY: Well, that's fine. Do you have any questions for me?
JOYCE: Yes, can you tell me more about the company?
MR. HEALEY: Yes, well, a good company to work for. We good benefits, such as a medical and dental plan and three weeks' paid vacation in the first year. And the company , so there lots of opportunity for advancement in the future.
JOYCE: I see. That's interesting. And can you this is a new position?
MR. HEALEY: Well, no. We're looking for someone to replace our current bookkeeper. She and her husband out of town. We're sorry her go.
JOYCE: And so this is a permanent position?
MR. HEALEY: Oh, yes, we to make too many staff changes in our bookkeeping section.
JOYCE: Yes, I understand.
MR. HEALEY: Do you have any other questions?
JOYCE: No, I think that's all.
MR. HEALEY: Well, if that's all, Mrs. Ming, I'd like you for coming in. We'll let you know in a few days.
JOYCE: Thank you me, Mr. Healey. I'll look forward from you soon. Bye-bye.
MR. HEALEY: Goodbye.
This exercise has been made using a free generator and script at Random Idea English Video courtesy TRU University – Open Learning Division

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