地道美语听力播客:Calling Someone You Haven’t Met About a&n
日期:2011-09-02 10:16

(单词翻译:单击)

Candace: Hello.

Mehdi: Hello, may I speak to Candace Cho, please?

Candace: Speaking.

Mehdi: Oh, hello Ms. Cho. My name is Mehdi and I'm interested in applying for the job as assistant manager. Your name was listed as the contact person. Am I calling at a bad time?

Candace: No, not at all. I'm the administrative assistant and I'm fielding calls for the person doing the hiring. What can I do for you?

Mehdi: Well, I read the job description and I think I would be a good fit, but I was wondering if there are any special qualifications not mentioned in the description.

Candace: Well, requirements are spelled out in the description, and I don't have much to add, really. But I do know that the person doing the hiring is looking for someone to start immediately. Can you do that?

Mehdi: Sure, that's no problem. I'll be sure to mention that in my cover letter. Thanks.

Candace: If you've had experience managing a large staff, be sure to emphasize that in your résumé. Any other questions?

Mehdi: No, no other questions. Thank you very much for your time. You've been very helpful.

Candace: Your questions show a lot of initiative. I'm sure you'll do fine.

Mehdi: Thanks, I really appreciate the vote of confidence.

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重点单词
  • initiativeadj. 创始的,初步的,自发的 n. 第一步,首创精神
  • emphasizevt. 强调,着重
  • appreciatevt. 欣赏,感激,赏识 vt. 领会,充分意识 vi.
  • confidenceadj. 骗得信任的 n. 信任,信心,把握
  • descriptionn. 描写,描述,说明书,作图,类型