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P.96. Ex.2 Complete these sentences using the correct form to express future meaning of the verbs in brackets.

 

1.I will fly to Paris next week if I buy a ticket.

, .

 

2.I will give you the money tomorrow.

.

 

3.Next winter holidays, I am staying with my granny in the village

, .

 

4.Have you heard the news? The company is moving to London.

? .

 

5.I will go to the general manager on Monday.

.

 

6.Our business trip starts tomorrow. We are leaving at 10.

. 10.

 

7.Next summer I will spend a week in the Crimea.

.

 

8.What time does the lecture begin?

?

 

9.Im sure she will get the job. She has a lot of experience.

, . .

 

10.According to the timetable the bus arrives at 8.00.

8.00.

 

11.All the hotels are full. Where shall we spend the night?

. ?

 

12.I dont think you will have any problems at the airport.

, , .

 

13.Our company is celebrating its 10th anniversary next year.

10- .

 

14.I think I will get a promotion this spring

,

 

15.I am meeting my bank manager tomorrow morning.

.

 

16.The football match starts at 6 oclock on Sunday.

6 .

 

17.Lookout! The ladder is falling

! .

 

18. He is planning to buy new furniture this year

.

 

 

LESSON 4

Text: Interviewing

Grammar: Future time(Future Continuous, Future Perfect)

Terms to remember:

interviewee-, ,

interviewer-

reference-

accept the job offer-

turn down the job offer-

appoint-,

sign-

employment contract-

working conditions-

salary-

in advance-

research-,

implement-,

relocate-,

training course-

strength-

weakness-,

 

 

P.99 Interviewing

 

An interview is a formal meeting between a candidate and people from the company.

- .

In this situation, the candidate is the interviewee and the representatives of the company are the interviewers.

- , - .

After an interview , the interviewers will follow up the references of promising candidates.

.

To do this they ask for a letter about the candidate from a previous employer (or a tutor, in the case of a recent graduate).

, ( , ).

Once this process has been completed , the interviewers need to select the best candidate for the job and offer him or her the post.

, .

The candidate will then accept , or turn down the job offer.

, .

When the person has been officially appointed (given the job), an employment contract is signed , agreeing the working conditions and salary.

( ), , .

If you are an interviewee you should do the following in advance:

- , :

research the organization

read the job description carefully

think about the questions you may be asked , and plan your responses

, ,

be ready to talk about your career, both past and future

,

be prepared to explain why you think you are suitable for the job

, ,

Below are some questions that are frequently asked in job interviews:

, :

Why do you seek a job with this company?

?

What information do you have about our company?

?

What do you think you can bring to this job?

, ?

What change would you implement if you got this job?

, ?

How would you feel about relocating to another city (working in a very small team? Training courses?)

(

? ?)

Could you tell us something about your responsibilities in your last job?

- ?

(about your experience of dealing with difficult client? About your long term goals?)

What would you say are your strengths /weaknesses?

/ ?

What do you see yourself doing in 5 years?

, 5 ?

How do you see yourself developing personally?

, ?

 

 

p.103 Ex.1 Answer the following questions:

 

1. What is job interview?

?

An interview is a formal meeting between a candidate and people from the company.

- .

In this situation, the candidate is the interviewee and the representatives of the company are the interviewers.

- , - .

 

 

2.Who interviews the candidates?

?

In this situation, the candidate is the interviewee and the representatives of the company are the interviewers.

- , - .

 

3.What will the interviews follow up after the interview?

?

After an interview , the interviewers will follow up the references of promising candidates.

.

 

4.What document is signed when the person has been officially appointed?

, ?

When the person has been officially appointed (given the job), an employment contract is signed, agreeing the working conditions and salary.

( ), , .

 

5.What does an employment contract agree?

?

When the person has been officially appointed (given the job), an employment contract is signed, agreeing the working conditions and salary.

( ), , .

 

6.What should an interviewee do in advance?

?

If you are an interviewee you should do the following in advance:

- , :

research the organization

read the job description carefully

think about the questions you may be asked , and plan your responses

, ,

be ready to talk about your career, both past and future

,

be prepared to explain why you think you are suitable for the job

, ,

 

7.What you applied for any jobs?

- ?

 

8.Have you been interviewed ? How did it go ?

? ?

Below are some questions that are frequently asked in job interviews:

, :

Why do you seek a job with this company?

?

What information do you have about our company?

?

What do you think you can bring to this job?

, ?

What change would you implement if you got this job?

, ?

How would you feel about relocating to another city (working in a very small team? Training courses?)

(

? ?)

Could you tell us something about your responsibilities in your last job?

- ?

(about your experience of dealing with difficult client? About your long term goals?)

What would you say are your strengths /weaknesses?

/ ?

What do you see yourself doing in 5 years?

, 5 ?

How do you see yourself developing personally?

, ?

 

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