Learn English (ESL): Job Interview English

Learn how to answer the most common job interview questions in English
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  • Lectures 15
  • Contents Video: 1 hour
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 7/2016 English

Course Description

Are you an intermediate English speaker interviewing for a job with an American or international company? Take this course to speak like a native speaker in your interview!

This course helps you answer the most common interview questions in English. Each lesson will provide you with vocabulary words and idioms, a sample answer by a native speaker, common mistakes to avoid and cultural tips to help you during the interview.

In addition to video lessons, you will have quizzes after every lesson, a free workbook that you can download for each question and free feedback from me when you answer the question!

Whether you have 1 month, 1 week or 1 day until your interview, you can complete this course in as little as a few hours. You can take the entire course from beginning to end or you can choose only the questions and lessons you feel that you need help with.

Each section of the course helps you answer one interview question. In each section you will find 4 sections:

  • Vocabulary and Idioms - learn the words you need to need to speak and sound like a native speaker during the interview

  • Example Answer - review the answer of a native speaker in detail and see how they use vocabulary, idioms and transitional phrases to answer the question

  • Language Point - avoid making silly grammar mistakes that most English learners make, so you can sound professional in the interview

  • Tips - listen to cultural advice and unspoken rules to follow during the interview

If you have been interviewing for a job in English without success, you need to take this course. After this course, you’ll be able to speak and sound like a native.

Best of all, I am with you every step of the way! Send me a message any time you have questions or feedback, and I’ll respond right away! You can even send me your sample interview answers and I’ll give you feedback.

This course is the first step in getting the job of your dreams.

What are the requirements?

  • Basic conversational English
  • How to apply for jobs in English
  • Had at least 1 job interview in English before

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Answer the 3 most common job interview questions in English
  • Understand American interview culture
  • Interview for a job in English

What is the target audience?

  • Intermediate Speakers of English (level A2-B2)
  • Students who are interviewing for jobs with American or international companies
  • Students who want to know how to answer interview questions
  • This course DOES NOT teach you how to apply for jobs
  • This course DOES NOT teach you how to write resumes and cover letters

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Job Interview English: Course Introduction
04:30

Introduction to course

Section 2: Interview Question 1: Tell Me About Yourself
05:04

Learn vocabulary words and idioms to help you answer the question Tell Me About Yourself

8 questions

Test your knowledge of vocabulary and idioms

05:16

Review a native speaker's answer to the interview question Tell Me About Yourself

Tell Me About Yourself Part 2: Example Answer
5 questions
04:05

Avoid a common mistake English learners make when answering the interview question Tell Me About Yourself

Tell Me About Yourself Part 3: Language Point
5 questions
01:28

Listen to a few helpful tips to remember when answering the interview question Tell Me About Yourself

Section 3: Interview Question 2: Can You Tell Me About a Time When...
02:51

Learn vocabulary words and idioms to help you answer the question Can You Tell Me About a Time When

Can You Tell Me About A Time When Part 1: Vocabulary and Idioms Part 2
02:23
10 questions

Test your knowledge of vocabulary and idioms

04:52

Review a native speaker's answer to the interview question Can You Tell Me About a Time When

Can You Tell Me About a Time When Part 2: Example Answer
4 questions
05:44

Avoid common mistakes English learners make when answering the interview question Can You Tell Me About a Time When

Can You Tell Me About a Time When Part 3: Language Point
5 questions
01:32

Listen to tips for answering the question Can You Tell Me About a Time When

Section 4: Interview Question 3: What is Your Greatest Weakness?
04:20

Learn vocabulary words and idioms to help you answer the question What is Your Greatest Weakness

What is Your Greatest Weakness Part 1: Vocabulary and Idioms
7 questions
03:42

Review a native speaker's answer to the interview question What is Your Greatest Weakness

What is Your Greatest Weakness Part 2: Example Answer
4 questions
03:12

Avoid common mistakes English learners make when answering the question What is Your Greatest Weakness

What is Your Greatest Weakness Part 3: Language Point
5 questions
01:40

Listen to tips for answering the interview question What is Your Greatest Weakness

Section 5: Conclusion
Congratulations!
00:49

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Instructor Biography

Alexandria Williams, Oxford Educated English Teacher

Allie has been teaching ESL since 1999. After attending the University of Michigan and University of Oxford, she began teaching English full-time. She has taught and tutored in public schools and universities in the United States and Eastern Europe. Allie has also written content for textbooks, apps and online courses for publishers including Macmillan Education, Compass Publishing and WLingua. Allie loves helping students and her spare time studies Spanish and French.

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