ESL Video Quiz: Job InterviewQuiz #: 28076
A good job interview using common interview questions and English conversation.
Channel: Louise The English Teacher
Level: Low Intermediate
Quiz by Louise The English Teacher
This ESL Video quiz titled, "Job Interview," is for low-intermediate English as a Second Language students who are studying English online to develop fluency in English.
Hello. I'm Susan Thompson, Human Resource Manager here.
Hi. I'm Mary Hansen, and I'm applying for one your kitchen jobs.
Here's a copy of my resume.
Great. Have a seat, Mary.
Mary, do you have any experience working in the kitchen?
No, but I want to learn. I work hard and I cook a lot at home.
Okay, well, tell me about yourself.
Well, I love to learn new things. I'm very organized, and I follow directions exactly. Uh, that's why my boss at my last job made me a trainer, and the company actually gave me a special certificate for coming to work on time every day for a year. And I'm taking an English class to improve my writing skills.
That's great. Why did you leave your last job?
It was graveyard, and I need to work days.
I see. Well, what hours can you work?
Um, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Okay, well, do you have any questions for me, Mary?
Yes, what kind of training is needed?
Not a lot. Most new workers can learn everything the first day. Do you have any other questions?
No, I don't think so, but I've heard a lot of good things about your company, and I would really like to work here.
Well, I have a few more interviews to do today, but I will call you tomorrow if you get the job.
It was sure nice to meet you.
Nice meeting you, too. Thank you so much for your time.
Yes, good luck.
Quiz #: 28076
What does Mary give to Susan?
What job is Mary applying for?
Does Mary have any experience in the kitchen.
How does Mary describe herself?
What is Mary doing to improve her writing skills?
Why did Mary leave her last job?
When can Mary work?
Will Mary need a lot of training?
Does Mary get the job?
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