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English interview
  • Essential English expression!

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Have experience in the field. 
It is so important to appeal your experience!
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Have experience in the field.
  • It is so important to appeal your experience!
  • I have had this kind of experience and I have
    grown up like this.
  • I usually talk about this.
  • The phrase 'have experience in the field' refers
    to Have experience in field.
  • If you have experience working in a variety of
    fields, you might want to appeal to I have
    experiences in various fields.
  • If you have experience working in marketing, I
    have experiences in marketing field!

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Listener
  • It is the second expression to introduce. I use
    it often. I think this is an acceptable
    expression. I am a person who listens and
    listens.
  • When you have to appeal your strengths!
  • My strength is that I am a good listener.
  • (My strong point is that I listen to others
    well.)
  • I'm a good listener. (I am the listener.)
  • Nowadays, a leader who respects team members and
    receives feedback from team members rather than
    an incredibly thriving leader is a true leader.

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Perform an internship
  • Internships! I think it is the most appealing
    part of the interview.
  • If you have an intern experience, you should be
    able to speak correctly. How should we talk about
    this in English?
  • To perform an internship , say an intern, perform
    an internship at 000.
  • If you want to pick a little more plain words!
  • I did an intern at 000..
  • It all means the same. Could you speak a little
    easier?

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Be motivated.
  • I am motivated by some kind of person.
  • Motivated is called Motivated in English.
  • I am good at motivating my teammates.
  • I am able to motivate my team members.
  • He motivated me.
  • He made me motivated.

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Career Goals
  • It is the last and most important expression.
    It's an expression that appeals to the person in
    charge of his goal.
  • Ultimately, you can say who you want to be, what
    your goals for the year are, and so on.
  • Goal is Goal, and Career Goal.

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