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  • everybody, welcome back to our weekly live stream.

  • My name is Alicia, and today we're going to talk about English for job and school interviews.

  • Today's lesson is going to focus on some very common questions.

  • You here in job interviews and school interviews, and I'm going to talk about some sample responses and give you some ideas for how to respond with your information.

  • So I hope you can find a lot of useful stuff.

  • I'll talk about some important vocabulary words you'll hear in job in school interviews, too.

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  • I'm going to share the video now and then I'm going to begin s So today we're going Thio, uh, kind of have the same pattern for each part of the lesson.

  • I'm going to introduce the question and some points about your answer.

  • And while I'm preparing, please send in the chat.

  • Please send your sample answers to the question I will try to check.

  • I will try to check your answers.

  • There are lots of points.

  • There are lots of things to check in the chat, though.

  • So if I miss years, I'm sorry, but please send your example sentences in the chat and I will try to check them live if I can't Really Sorry.

  • So let's begin.

  • I have shared the video, so I want to start with this question.

  • This is maybe the most common first question in a job interview and you'll hear something similar.

  • So it will be very close to the same in a school interview.

  • The question, actually is not a question.

  • It's like a command.

  • So this is Tell me.

  • Tell me a bit about yourself.

  • Tell me a bit about yourself and a native speed.

  • This question sounds like Tell me a bit about yourself.

  • Tell me a bit about yourself.

  • So this is something the interviewer.

  • I am asking you the question.

  • The interviewer asks you this question.

  • So tell me, means please talk to me a bit.

  • A bit means a little about yourself.

  • So this command is actually a request.

  • A command.

  • It means please give a short so a little Please give a short introduction.

  • So this does not mean you should tell your life story, So don't share of just a lot of information like where you were born, where you grew up.

  • All of this.

  • When you answer this question, give a short introduction, so you should share your focus.

  • If you're a student or if you want to go to a university or college, what is your study?

  • Focus.

  • If you are applying for a job.

  • What is your work focus or what is your career?

  • Focus.

  • So share your focus.

  • Share like your goals.

  • What things do you want to do in the future?

  • Or maybe what were your past goals and share important accomplishments?

  • Important accomplishments?

  • So this means in your study experience or your life experience your work experience what are maybe like, two or three really important points for you Important points for your studies or for your career.

  • So, for example, like, did you win an award or did you have a really great success at work?

  • So what's something that was really key Really, really important for your career.

  • So this should be a very quick introduction.

  • So some examples air coming in.

  • I'll use your examples from the YouTube chat.

  • Uh, Amon says, my name is Oman.

  • I finished my gretch.

  • I graduated.

  • Maybe I graduated from such in such university.

  • I am such in such years old.

  • Okay, I come from a family.

  • Okay, so there That's very focused on your personal life.

  • That example is very personal information focused.

  • Keep it focused on your studies.

  • So what did you study?

  • What are your career goal.

  • So try not to share a lot about, like, personal personal stuff, but share about your goals, your goal.

  • So it should be career or study minded.

  • So, for example, if I wanted to talk about mine like I could say, for example, like I studied communication in college and I wanted past tense, I wanted to work in media.

  • So I did an internship with ABC Company, and now I want to create my own project.

  • So that gives some key information.

  • What is my study?

  • Focus.

  • What is my experience?

  • A key experience?

  • Where did I work?

  • What do I want to do next?

  • So that's a very, very short example.

  • But those are the kinds of points you should be sharing.

  • Okay.

  • Uh oh, nice one.

  • I just There's one on YouTube.

  • If you're in the YouTube chat, you can check out Christians.

  • Comment, he says.

  • I'm a software developer, and I've been working in the in the field for around three years.

  • I've worked in different teams, projects and programming languages.

  • I'd love to be a tech lead, so that's a very short, nice one.

  • Very, very short introduction you could in a really interview.

  • You could give some more details, but that's a nice example.

  • Okay, so the second question you may hear second or another very common introduction or a base question.

  • Is this one?

  • Why do you want to work at this company?

  • Why do you want to work at this company or for schools?

  • Why do you want to attend this school?

  • So attend means that go to this school like, become a student at this school.

  • Why do you want to work at this company?

  • Why do you want to attend this school?

  • So be it.

  • Specific.

  • Specific means you give detailed reasons for something.

  • So don't say all your company seems interesting or Oh, this school seems nice.

  • Like specifically give detailed information.

  • Why do you like that company or why are you interested in this company this job specifically so don't say.

  • Also, money is generally not a good answer.

  • So show that you understand the values or sorry, the schools or the company's values and goals.

  • So values and goals means what is important for the company.

  • Is the company really interested in like, environment or like social responsibilities?

  • Eyes the school really like focused on technology.

  • Is there a specific department that's interesting for you about this school?

  • So why that school or why that company explains specifically why and how do the companies or the school's values match your values?

  • So, in other words, like they want to see like, does this person's like values?

  • Or does this person's goal match our goals?

  • Are they the same?

  • So be specific.

  • To prepare for this question, read the website, of course.

  • Read the website.

  • What is the company about?

  • What is the school's focus?

  • So you need to understand that, and you need to think about your own focus.

  • So how do those two match?

  • How do those things match?

  • Uh, okay, let's see.

  • So send some examples, if you can, I'll try to check.

  • There's some good examples coming in here.

  • Uh, for this question, I'll come back to that in a moment, so please make sure to be specific specific here.

  • And generally, it's not a good idea.

  • Don't mention salary.