字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello, how's it going? In today's episode I have a great question from Mihai. Mihai asks, I need to improve my resume and my CV. I'm applying for a new job. How can I describe my computer skills in English? This is an awesome, awesome question. So I want to answer this. Just before I forget, I want to make sure that I mention, if you're looking for practice, maybe for a job interview, and you need to improve your speaking skills, I highly recommend that you grab the two-for-one offer from my friends at italki at GoNaturalEnglish.com/italki. OK, so, describing your computer skills in English for your resume I have five different words that I want you to use. Ranging from you have little experience to lots of experience. First of all, you need to know what program, or what computer thing, that you're talking about. Maybe, for example, you want to talk about your skill in coding. So HTML. This could be replaced by anything, but let's just say HTML. At the beginner range you could say, learning HTML. You don't need to say, I am learning. That would be OK for a cover letter when you write in full phrases, but on a resume we typically would list computer skills in one section with bullet points and phrases, not complete sentences. So learning HTML, or beginner in HTML, or knowledge of HTML. Actually, those are three different ways that you can say beginner. Now, next level up I'm going to share with you how to say beginner, intermediate, and advanced in some good words. Some native ways of writing our resumes. Next level up you could say proficient in HTML. Skilled in HTML is another way. Or intermediate in HTML. Those are three different ways that you can say that you're pretty good at HTML. But I wouldn't say, on your resume, I'm pretty good at HTML. That's just a little too casual. On a resume its important to be native-like, but not casual. Right? We want to use the appropriate words, so that's what I'm sharing with you in this episode. And finally, if you are advanced in this topic, HTML for example, say, expert in HTML. Or another way you could say this is, proven expertise in HTML. Now remember, you can replace HTML with another program or skill, such as Microsoft Office or something else. So those are three ways to say, advanced, expert and proven expertise. I said I was going to tell you five ways, but then I thought of more, so you're actually getting nine different ways to talk about your computer skills in English. You're welcome. Which one do you choose? Well, I would go with the-- either one of the words that I suggested that are not beginner, intermediate, or advanced. I like knowledge of, or proficient in, or expert in. Those are my favorites, but you know, there's more than one way to talk about your skills-- your computer skills-- in English. I wish you the best of luck with updating your CV and your resume. And if you want to practice for your job interview, remember that there's a special, for you, from my friends at italki for one-on-one English lessons. And you can learn more about how to get the one-on-one-- two-for-one offer, through GoNaturalEnglish.com/italki. I-T-A-L-K-I. Thanks so much for watching. Be sure to subscribe to Go Natural English. Why wouldn't you? You want to get fluent, right? And I will talk to you soon. Bye for now.