Lesson 2 - LS, Functions, Pronunciation - CAREER - Page1

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  • Ćwiczenie 1 aqm
  • Ćwiczenie 2 aqm (drag&drop)
  • Ćwiczenie 3 aqm (drag&drop)


Liza, who is a Human Resources (HR) Manager at Wilson & Brittle, a big publishing house, is interviewing a person who wants to get a job with the company.

Listen to a part of the interview and decide if the following statements are true.

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Liza is applying for a job.

True

False


The applicant has no experience of working for a publishing house.

True

False


The applicant got fired from her previous job.

True

False


The applicant used to work as a temp.

True

False


Now listen to the interview again and complete the notes about the applicant. There are more answers than you need. You may listen to the recording for the third time if you need to.

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company
position
time spent in the company
1st job:

a department store

a temp agency

Blue Books

a bookstore

a small shop

a hotel

temp

accountant

office manager

secretary

trainee office assistant

HR assistant

1 month

3 months

6 months

9 months

1 year

2 years

3 years

4 years

5 years

6 years

2nd job:

a department store

a temp agency

Blue Books

a bookstore

a small shop

a hotel

temp

accountant

office manager

secretary

trainee office assistant

HR assistant

1 month

3 months

6 months

9 months

1 year

2 years

3 years

4 years

5 years

6 years

3rd job:

a department store

a temp agency

Blue Books

a bookstore

a small shop

a hotel

temp

accountant

office manager

secretary

trainee office assistant

HR assistant

1 month

3 months

6 months

9 months

1 year

2 years

3 years

4 years

5 years

6 years

the applicant’s duties in her present job:

answering email

making coffee

writing letters

writing novels

writing reports from meetings

cleaning the office

printing out invoices

preparing contracts

arranging meetings

signing contracts

1st reason for applying for this job:

the need for an interesting and challenging new job

the wish to work in a bigger company, with more people, as part of a team

the need to move to London

the need to have flexible working hours

2nd reason for applying for this job:

the need for an interesting and challenging new job

the wish to work in a bigger company, with more people, as part of a team

the need to move to London

the need to have flexible working hours


Repeat these sentences after the speaker.



PRONUNCIATION: expressing feelings through intonation

You may communicate a lot through your intonation. For example, you may sound excited, bored, disappointed, sarcastic, depressed or uninterested while saying the same sentence.

Listen and decide how speaker B sounds.


excited

bored

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


excited

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


excited

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


excited

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


excited

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


excited

sarcastic

uninterested

sympathetic

angry


Listen again and repeat.

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