Are you a hard working person? Are you good at problem solving? Watch these videos and learn new job interview vocabulary, and take the quiz to see what you have learnt!
Part 1. Watch the videos and learn new English vocabulary to use in your job interview.
Part 2. Read the job interview vocabulary and example sentences, and practise your pronunciation.
1. A job opportunity
There is a job opportunity at the tourist office in Barcelona. They are looking for Catalan people who can speak good English.
2. To apply for a job
When I finish university, I am going to apply for a job at the local Irish bar.
3. A co-worker or colleague
I am going to the bar tonight with my co-workers. I love my colleagues, they are so much fun!
4. An employer or employee
I am an important employer in Barcelona. I have 200 employees working for me at my business.
5. To have strengths and weaknesses
I had a job interview today and their first question was about my strengths and weaknesses.
6. To be an expert in your field
I am an expert in the field of English football teams, so the people interviewing me were very impressed and offered me the job.
7. To have management and leadership experience
I managed a team of 20 people at my old jobs, and they all said I have excellent leadership skills.
8. To be a problem solver
I consider myself to be a strong problem solver. I love the challenge of finding solutions and fixing problems.
9. To climb the career ladder
I can’t wait to get my first job and start climbing the career ladder. One day I would like to be a company director.
10. To be versatile
I can speak 5 languages, I am good at graphic design and I also have a lot of experience with accounting and business management. This makes me very versatile so I’m sure I will be to find a job quickly.
11. To be hard working
I work for 12 hours everyday, but I really I enjoy it. I am a hard working person, so it’s natural for me to work long hours.