At the Employment Office - Part 2 - LINC 3.19

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Watch the video starting at 02:20. Listen and repeat to improve your pronunciation. Complete the exercise below.
to inquire   •  when I can speak   •  job listed   •  what I did   •  typing job listed   •  keep trying   •  putting it off   •  drop it off   •  who to see   •  former employer   •  job posted   •  check out   •  as a secretary   •  dropped by   •  started looking  
Click and Drop: click on a word in the box above and then in the correct space. Check your answers. What is your score?
At CEC Counsellor's
COUNSELLOR: Mrs. Ming?
JOYCE: Yes, that's right.
COUNSELLOR: Please have a seat.
JOYCE: Thank you.
COUNSELLOR: I'm Mrs. O'Leary, your counsellor.
JOYCE: Nice to meet you.
COUNSELLOR: So, for a secretarial job.
JOYCE: Yes. This feels kind of strange. I for work in a long time.9
COUNSELLOR: Which hours to work?
JOYCE: Well, I regular hours.
COUNSELLOR: I see here you have experience as a secretary. What are your job skills?
JOYCE: Well, bookkeeping and payroll.
COUNSELLOR: with a computer much?
JOYCE: I'm trained on the typewriter. I'm a good typist. And to improve my computer skills.
COUNSELLOR: How well can you manage a computer?
JOYCE: Well, I'm just starting.
COUNSELLOR: Well, I should let you know that the job you're interested in requires computer skills.
JOYCE: Oh, I see.
COUNSELLOR: taking a computer course?
JOYCE: Well, a refresher typing class for the past few weeks.
COUNSELLOR: It might be a good idea to consider a computer course. Most of the secretarial jobs with us require computer skills.
JOYCE: Oh, so computer skills for most jobs.
COUNSELLOR: Well, you could check the classified ads under Help Wanted. Sometimes other jobs are advertised in the newspaper. Anyway, you're registered with us, so if anything comes up, we'll let you know.
JOYCE: Thanks.
COUNSELLOR: Can you tell me working?
JOYCE: Immediately. Well, as soon as for child care.
COUNSELLOR: Good. Here's my card. And if I can be of any assistance, please make an appointment to see me.
JOYCE: Thank you for your help.
COUNSELLOR: My pleasure. Good luck.
JOYCE: Bye-bye.
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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