English for Job Interviews: Express yourself Confidently – Nestor Kiourtzidis
What you’ll learn
How to use English on the phone
How to make small talk with the interviewer
How to write emails during the job interview process
How to talk about your work experience
How to talk about your education
How to talk about your skills
How to talk about a weakness in English
How to use English grammar in an interview
Special vocabulary for answering difficult questions
Vocabulary for talking about remote work
Vocabulary for using the STAR method
- You should have at least a good intermediate (B1+ – B2) knowledge of English
Fully updated for 2021!
Looking for a job can be stressful. If you are feeling nervous because your interview will be in English and this is not your native language, these lectures are just for you. In this course, you will learn the job interview language, specific vocabulary, correct grammar, what questions to expect and how to answer.
The lectures cover both online and face-to-face interviews.
- Sample video questions and answers
- Vocabulary and grammar quizzes
- Downloadable pdf resources
Who this course is for:
- People who are getting ready for a job interview in English
- Intermediate (B1-B2) and slightly higher level learners who want to improve their English
- Non-native speakers who need to use English in their work
STUDENT FEEDBACK AND REVIEWS
Lynette Delilie: Yes, simple explanations and easy to understand. Also I like the tone of the presenters voice, easy to latched on.
Thomy Nas:It is very simple and shows options, I may not even need.
Piotr: 100% practical content.
Federico Berichelli:Simple, clear, with many useful tips
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I’ve been a freelance English language teacher, writer, e-learning innovator and entrepreneur for over 12 years. I have a Bachelor’s degree from University College London as well as TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). I’ve co-founded one of the most popular websites on the internet for English language teachers and schools.
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