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1. Franklin Company Personnel Department. 富兰克林公司人事部。

2. Good morning Franklin Company, may I help you? 早晨好,富兰克林公司。我可以为你服务吗?

3. Personnel Department. This is Carol/Carolspeaking. 人事部,我是卡洛。



Who would you like to talk to/speak to? 请问找哪位?


1. Her line is busy at the moment. Can somebody else help you? 她正在通电话,别的人可以帮你吗?

2. He‘s on another line right now. 他现在正在接另外一个电话。

3. He’s talking a long-distance call now, what can I do for you? 他正在接长途电话,有什么我可以帮你吗?

4. Sorry, his line is busy. 抱歉,他正在打电话。


1. Could you hold a moment, please? 你能稍等一会儿吗?

2. He‘ll be with you in a moment. 过一会儿他就会接你电话了。

3. Can you hold on, please? 你能稍等一会儿吗?

4. Just a moment. He is on his way now. 请稍待一下。他马上来接电话。

5. Hang on a second, please. 请稍等。

6. Could you hold on any longer? 你能再稍待一会儿吗


1. I’m sorry to keep you waiting. 抱歉让你等待。

2. I‘m sorry to have kept you waiting. 抱歉让你久等了。

***有时候真的让人久等时,说这句话会让对方心平气和一些。通常都会用完成式“to have kept you~”

3. Sorry for the delay. 对不起慢了一点。


1. She has a visitor at the moment. 她现在有客人。

2. He is in a meeting now. 他正在开会。

3. I’m sorry, but he is unable to come to the phone now.很抱歉,他现在无法接电话。

4. I‘m sorry, but I was just on my way out. Can I get back to you later? 很抱歉,我正好要出门。可不可以稍后再打给你。


“Tell Me About Yourself” is the most popular way for hiring managers to start most one-on-onejob interviews; get this part right and the rest of the interview will just naturally fall intoplace.


This is a job interview! They do NOT want to hear irrelevant stuff about where you go towatch football or your pets’ names or how your child just lost her first tooth. You must get thisjob interview answer right!


What they DO want to hear is a brief introduction to show how your career brought you to THISpoint of being here in THIS room with them. This means you need to show where and how yougot started, the decisions and changes you made along the way and that the role you are aboutto be interviewed for is the right progression for your career. And do all this in about 3minutes!


You have three minutes to hold their attention and tell them how you took up your first jobafter college or university and gained specific skills as your career progressed. Add to this yourpromotions or appointments to new job roles and how you sought out opportunities to developin your chosen career. Spend most of your three minutes on your most recent job and how theexpertise you have matches the underlying needs of the new job.


One of the best interview techniques is to then state most carefully that when you saw thisnew job being advertised, you became very excited as to the closeness of the match and thecareer development opportunity you envisioned. And that is why you are so pleased to be atthis interview.


And that is how you construct your answer to the “tell me about yourself” command at jobinterviews.



1. I have been for over five years in teh employ of an exporting company.


2. I have been in the business for the last ten years, and worked as the superintendent in the personnel department.


3. I have had five years‘ experience with a company as a salesman.


4. For the past three years, I have been in the office of the Brothers Trading Co., where I have been ad still am an accountant.


5. I am twenty years of age, and have been employed for the last two years by the Green Trees Co., in teh general clerical work of the office.


6. I am 25 years of age, and have had two years’ experience in my present post, which I am leaving to better myself.


7. I am nineteen years of age, female and have had two years‘ experience in a company’s delivery office.


8. I am just leaving school, and am eighteen years of age.


9. I am twenty years of age, and am anxious to settle down to office work.


10. Since my graduation from the school two years ago, I have been employed in teh Green Hotel as a cashier.



1.Good morning everyone.


2.Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.


3.Good evening, teachers and fellow students.


4.It’s my great honor to introduce myself to you here.