M: Hi, Susan! You're looking very smart today.
W: I always look smart, James. Actually I'm on my way to a job interview.
M: What job? Oh, you mean for the summer holidays?
W: Yeah, there is only two weeks to go. I've got a second interview with that big foreign accountancy firm in the city center. You know the one.
M: That's fantastic!
W: The work is just helping out with the data input, you know, but the pay isn't too bad. It might suit you too. I know they have released two temporary positions available. And I don't think they have anyone else yet.
M: Um, if they take you on, tell them you know a friend who'd be really good too. I really need the money and the experience will look good on my resume. Maybe we'll be working together, the dream team.
W: OK, we'll do. If the boss likes me, I'll mention it. It will be good to have someone around who I know. I'll phone you afterwards. But perhaps you should put in an application anyway.
M: Thanks, Susan. That's great! Listen, do you want a lift to the city? I have my dad's car today and nothing else to do this morning.
W: Sure. Thanks, James.
M: Let's go then. The car is over there.
W: By the way, how is your knowledge of accountancy? The interviewer may ask you about it.
M: No problem. I think I can survive. I might just have to review a few accountancy terms. Maybe you can give me a practicing interview first.
W: Of course. Let's go then. Don't want to be late!
Questions 8 to 11 are based on the news report you have just heard.
Question 8: Where will Susan probably get a job?
Question 9: What will Susan's future job involve?
Question 10: Why does James want the job in that company?
Question 11: What does James say he will have to do to prepare for the interview?