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  • Miss Weaver is giving new assignments out.

  • I am ready to take on anything she gives me.

  • Well, except reporting traffic from a helicopter.

  • Wish me luck.

  • I wonder what honest new assignment will be, Professor, But here, while you are watching, look for appraisal or two word verbs.

  • Some stay together, like go back and some can come apart, like give out Good luck on a So, as I said at the meeting last week, I have new assignments for everyone at the studio.

  • Anna, you're good at asking questions.

  • So I want you to go back to hosting and reporting.

  • That sounds great.

  • You're also a team player, so I want you to team up with someone.

  • That sounds even better.

  • Someone who is very different from you.

  • That sounds.

  • What do you mean, difference?

  • Well, you are very cheerful.

  • You're a people person.

  • I want you to team up with someone who isn't Miss Weaver.

  • I will find that person.

  • Excuse me.

  • Are using this share?

  • Yes.

  • Pete.

  • Hi.

  • Thanks for meeting me.

  • Sure, but I don't have lots of time on a I'm busy looking for work Teach.

  • You can tear these one adds up and throw them away.

  • I have good news on.

  • I was working on that crossword puzzle.

  • Oh, sorry, people.

  • Forget about the crossword puzzle.

  • I have a job offer for you.

  • I'm listening.

  • My boss wants me to team up with someone to host a talk show.

  • But the person must be different from me.

  • So I thought you different from you.

  • What do you mean?

  • I'm sorry, Pete.

  • I don't have time right now.

  • Here's my bosses address.

  • Your interview is tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. But what do you mean different?

  • Just be yourself, Pete.

  • Be yourself.

  • Find any two word verbs.

  • Here's one example.

  • Eat and throw the want ads away.

  • Throw away is a two word verb.

  • Thanks for coming in, Pete.

  • Thanks for the opportunity, Miss Lever.

  • I need to find out if you have the skills for this job, and I want you to be completely honest.

  • No.

  • Okay.

  • First, let's talk about your personal skills.

  • Pete, are you a people person?

  • Well, okay.

  • Sometimes I think people talk too much.

  • Pete, What work of yours are you most proud off?

  • Last year, I locked myself in a cabin and brought a book.

  • I didn't speak to anybody the entire time.

  • It was the best two months of my life.

  • Okay, I think I've heard enough.

  • Hey.

  • Hey, Pete.

  • How was the interview with Miss Weaver?

  • Well, she said I was grumpy and not good with people.

  • And and I got the job.

  • No, it Congratulations.

  • Let's go celebrate.

  • Okay.

  • Did you find all of the two word verbs?

  • Here is the list.

  • Go to the website to learn more.

Miss Weaver is giving new assignments out.

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Let's Learn English - Level 2 - Lesson 2: The Interview

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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