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Job Interview Roleplay Dialogue Gapfill

Complete the following dialogue by filling in the gaps between an interviewer and a job applicant.
Applicant: Good a______________. How do you do? have a few q______________ to ask you, if that’s alright. Applicant: Applicant: That is fine. Certainly. I c___________ my degree in Business Studies at the University of Plymouth and spent the s___________ months travelling Europe with some friends. In the morning, I try to spend some time going to the gym, as I like to keep myself fit and healthy, and I also participate with a local f___________ team in the evening. Interviewer: That s___________ wonderful. We have a gym here and we also organise We are company football t___________ between different b___________. why are you l___________ your c___________ job? Applicant: Well, it has been great e___________ working as a Marketing A___________ for the past three years and feel like I am ready for a change. I learnt a great d___________ with my current employers but am keen to learn more within the industry. Interviewer: I see. I notice that you are c___________ from Brighton and it is an hour If you don’t mind me asking, are you willing to j___________ to our office. Applicant: Interviewer: So first of all, please tell me a___________ y___________.

Interviewer: Hello. Please sit down and welcome. Thank you for your job application. I

always looking for team m___________ to join the football s___________. So,

travel between the b___________? A___________, I enjoy travelling and was keen to e___________ more, especially when I travelled around Europe. In fact, I am p___________ to visit a conference at the w___________ in Birmingham. Interviewer: Ohh, that sounds i___________. What conference is that? Applicant: Applicant: The conference is about B2B m___________. Actually, when I first started my p___________ job, I didn’t know anything about business m___________. I had to b___________ teach myself and continuously ask questions to my boss for guidance. Essentially, I was learning Martin Sketchley ELT Experiences © 2012 www.eltexperiences.com Interviewer: Well have fun. What m___________ have you l___________ from?

Job Interview Roleplay Dialogue Gapfill
the r___________. One mistake was related to the procedures for keeping

i___________ secure. I was given training and implemented this. Interviewer: Why do y___________ want to w___________ h___________? Applicant: Having learned the basics of marketing with my current company, I would like to d___________ my interest and c___________ with a company which is reputable not just in the UK but a___________. I believe your c___________ would be able to s___________ my aspirations. Interviewer: Okay. Thank you. I have a few more questions. How do you h___________ s___________ and p___________? Applicant: I believe that the d___________ course has provided me with the opportunity to m___________ and stick to a d___________. I also am used to dealing with p___________ my w___________ and working as part of a t_______. Obviously, I am aware that on occasions I am expected to contribute and I hope that the skills that I have g___________ will enable me to assist with any future p___________. Interview: Applicant: Thank you for this. e___________? Well, I s___________ my marketing career three years a______ and still open to develop p___________. Interview: Applicant: Therefore, I e___________ to earn a salary c___________ to my qualifications and e___________. D_____ you h_______ any q___________ for us? N_______ at the m___________. we shall be in t___________ in the next few days. Should you have any questions, don’t h___________ to contact me. Applicant: Thank you and I look f___________ to h___________ from you s_________. Finally, w___________ are y___________ salary

Interviewer: Well t___________ you for taking the time to a___________ the questions and

Martin Sketchley ELT Experiences © 2012 www.eltexperiences.com

Job Interview Roleplay Dialogue Gapfill
Complete the following dialogue by filling in the gaps between an interviewer and a job applicant.
Applicant: Good afternoon. How do you do? have a few questions to ask you, if that’s alright. Applicant: Applicant: That is fine. Certainly. I completed my degree in Business Studies at the University of Plymouth and spent the summer months travelling Europe with some friends. In the morning, I try to spend some time going to the gym, as I like to keep myself fit and healthy, and also participate with a local football team in the evening. Interviewer: That sounds wonderful. We have a gym here and we also organise company football tournaments between different branches. job? Applicant: Well, it has been great experience working as a Marketing Assistant for the past three years and feel like I am ready for a change. I learnt a great deal with my current employers but am keen to learn more within the industry. Interviewer: I see. I notice that you are commuting from Brighton and it is an hour journey to our office. If you don’t mind me asking, are you willing to travel between the branches? Applicant: Absolutely, I enjoy travelling and was keen to experience more, especially when I travelled around Europe. In fact, I am planning to visit a conference at the weekend in Birmingham. Interviewer: Ohh, that sounds interesting. What conference is that? Applicant: Applicant: The conference is about B2B marketing. Actually, when I first started my previous job, I didn’t know anything about business marketing. I had to basically teach myself and continuously ask questions to my boss for guidance. Essentially, I was learning the ropes. One Interviewer: Well have fun. What mistakes have you learned from? We are always looking for team members to join the football squad. So, why are you leaving your current Interviewer: So first of all, please tell me about yourself.

Interviewer: Hello. Please sit down and welcome. Thank you for your job application. I

Martin Sketchley ELT Experiences © 2012 www.eltexperiences.com

Job Interview Roleplay Dialogue Gapfill
mistake was related to the procedures for keeping information secure. I was given training and implemented this. Interviewer: Why do you want to work here? Applicant: Having learned the basics of marketing with my current company, I would like to develop my interest and career with a company which is reputable not just in the UK but abroad. I believe your company would be able to support my aspirations. Interviewer: Okay. Thank you. I have a few more questions. How do you handle stress and pressure? Applicant: I believe that the degree course has provided me with the opportunity to multitask and stick to a deadline. I also am used to dealing with prioritising my workload and working as part of a team. Obviously, I am aware that on occasions I am expected to contribute and I hope that the skills that I have gained will enable me to assist with any future projects. Interview: Applicant: Thank you for this. Finally, what are your salary expectations? Well, I started my marketing career three years ago and still open to develop professionally. Interview: Applicant: Therefore, I expect to earn a salary commensurate to my qualifications and experience. Do you have any questions for us? Not at the moment. touch in the next few days. Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. Applicant: Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Interviewer: Well thank you for taking the time to answer the questions and we shall be in

Martin Sketchley ELT Experiences © 2012 www.eltexperiences.com