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I’ve not posted any interviews in November as I am putting together interviews around a theme and plan to put them all up at once. Instead of the usual interview for December I will have some light entertainment. Happy holidays all…

An interview with a photographer words and phrases

let me shadow him-when you shadow someone in a work context, you learn about what they do. NGOs-non governmental organisations. downhill trajectory – the situation gets worse. homeless- in this case its the homeless people on the street who don’t have housing (a roof over their head). rapport- in this case, develop a relationship whereContinue reading “An interview with a photographer words and phrases”

Rachel is interviewed (the reason why I am not blogging till July) (B1/B2)

I had an interview part way through May, tbh it was more of an informal chat than an interview. I got through the informal chat and am now preparing for a trial day. So there are a few things that were interesting in terms of the recruitment process: Firstly the job was aimed at neurodiverseContinue reading “Rachel is interviewed (the reason why I am not blogging till July) (B1/B2)”

Useful English phrases from an interview with a stunt man first 5 mins

I’ve put up sentences with words in bold that I think people learning English might struggle with and I’ve explain what they mean. I’ve also explained useful general vocabulary e.g. vocabulary related to hobbies. I grew up with a lot of old school TV shows like the A team-this term refers to something which wasContinue reading “Useful English phrases from an interview with a stunt man first 5 mins”

An interview about the COVID with someone who works in a hospital (Level B1)

Interview with someone who works in a hospital about COVID So, you’re in a hospital that treats COVID patients. Have you seen a lot of deaths from COVID?  I haven’t seen it myself, but my job is to support the doctors and nurses who’ve seen it. Support staff like me, I’m nonclinical, I’m in ITContinue reading “An interview about the COVID with someone who works in a hospital (Level B1)”

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