How to Interview for a Job in American English, part 5/5



Learn how to prepare for a job interview in America. Study common questions and practice and prepare you answers for a successful job interview. Make sure to practice for interviews. There’s a lot you can do to be prepared! Here, we’ll talk about things like body language, humor, and expression and how to use them to your advantage in an interview.

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25 thoughts on “How to Interview for a Job in American English, part 5/5

  1. This is almost an university course haha I have studies and good english but my interviews were terrible, I didn't know why every recruiter kicked me from the office, I was going crazy! I had 3 interviews per day and I didn't realize this type of answers I was confident on my studies, how wrong I was I want to cry hahahaha

  2. Hi thanks for this video, its really ver helpful. I just want to ask a question? If the interviewer will ask why did i left my job? Is it ok to answered that i left my job because my family needs me i need to stopped cause of two little kids ( age 7 months & 2 months old)that need my attention that time.

  3. Thank you so much for the videos. It's really helpful to the non native speakers like me who are interested in working in America.
    But I don't get it about some idioms like education initiatives, skill set, settle for less than the best, persevere through, set the tone, a great deal, good fit, looking back on sth. in a year, informed way, bouncing idea off, headway, rapid turn over, and within the company.
    Thanks again

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