M: I'm driving to the conference next week.
W: Why don't you fly?
M: The nearest airport is two hours from the center, so flying ultimately takes longer. Plus, I'd need a rental car.
W: Just be sure you record your mileage so you can be reimbursed. And watch out for bad weather!
Câu 41: Why doesn't the man fly to the conference?
Câu 42: How could the man have gotten from the airport to the conference center?
Câu 43: Why should the man keep track of his mileage?
W: Our server, Gus, said you wished to speak with me, I'm the manager.
M: Yes. We waited 45 minutes for our food to arrive and all of our orders were incorrect.
W: I am so sorry and I will talk to Gus about this. Your meal will be on the house. And I will throw in some free cheesecakes.
M: Thank you.
Câu 44: Where are they?
Câu 45: Why did the man want to speak to the manager?
Câu 46: What will the woman do after talking to the man?
M: Why should we hire you?
W: I have five years of experience doing the same job in Seattle. I am a committed employee and self-motivated.
M: Now this job would require you to work sixty hours a week. How do you feel about that?
W: That schedule is not for everyone, but I love dedicating myself wholly to something I love.
Câu 47: Who is the man in relationship to the woman?
Câu 48: Why did the man ask the woman why she should get the job?
Câu 49: How does the woman feel about working long hours?
W: George? This is Moira. I won't be coming in today. I've got a fever.
M: Are there any meetings that I should cancel for you?
W: Just one. It's with Colleen about the new curriculum changes. Tell her I'll meet as soon as I'm better.
M: And I'll tell everyone not to bother you on your cell.
Câu 50: Where is the woman?
Câu 51: What is going to happen with the curriculum change meeting?
Câu 52: What does the man promise to the woman?
M: Is Tim enjoying the University?
W: He loves it. He's majoring in Economics.
M: Wow, that is a lucrative field. Tony is a Literature Major. He loves it, but I worry that he won't make a good living. I think about discussing that with him, but my wife thinks we should let him decide his own path.
W: I agree with her 100%.
Câu 53: Who are the man and woman?
Câu 54: What is the man worried about?
Câu 55: What does the woman think?
M: How can I help you?
W: My computer just crashed. I'm looking for a laptop, but I am on a budget.
M: Will you be installing a lot of programs on the computer?
W: Oh no! I just use word processing.
M: Then let's take a look at these models over here.
Câu 56: Why does the woman want a new computer?
Câu 57: What kind of computer does the woman want?
Câu 58: Why does the man ask the woman a question?
M: I'm Tyler. I wanted to welcome you to East Publishing. How is your first day going?
W: It's a bit overwhelming, but it's not the worst first day I've ever had. Plus, everyone has been very friendly.
M: I'd be happy to treat you to lunch if you're interested. The cafeteria is surprisingly quite good. I love their lasagna!
W: Sounds great.
Câu 59: Why does the man stop by the woman's desk?
Câu 60: What is the woman's opinion of her first day of work?
Câu 61: What is the man's opinion of the cafeteria food?
M: We are out, but I can order it and have it in five days.
W: The birthday party is in two days.
M: We have other works by Dickens like Oliver Twist or other classic authors like Jane Austen.
W: I'm afraid she insists on A Tale of Two Cities.
M: Then I'd visit our Woodbury store. It's no short trip, but the only option.
Câu 62: Where are they?
Câu 63: What will the woman probably do?
Câu 64: Why does the man suggest another store?
M: When we retire we can sleep in, take trips, and finally have time to finish the house repairs.
W: Retirement? Thinking about it so soon is going to make the time drag on. Besides, you'll miss working.
M: I've been working since I was sixteen! I deserve some relaxation time.
W: Come or You're always napping on the couch
Câu 65: What is NOT a reason why the man wants to retire?
Câu 66: What is the woman's opinion on retiring?
Câu 67: According to the woman:
W: I have a 3:30 appointment with Dr. Nao. I know it is early, but I was in the neighborhood running errands. Can he see me now?
M: He is booked for the hour until your appointment. You can wait in the waiting room where there are magazines and a television.
W: That's OK. I'll just go read at the nearby coffee shop.
Câu 68: What time did the woman arrive at the doctor's office?
Câu 69: Why did the woman arrive at the office at the time she did?
Câu 70: What is the woman going to do while waiting for her appointment?
I was asked to speak to you future entrepreneurs about choosing a location for your business. I guess I would start out by suggesting that you find out if local zoning laws permit your kind of business at the site that you desire. It's also important to determine if there's adequate, affordable transportation. Can your employees get to work? Remember to consider the surrounding community. If you're a high-end retailer, for example, are there sufficient high-income households nearby to support your business? And lastly, look at the other businesses in the area. Decide whether or not having direct competitors will be helpful.
Câu 71: What do all people listening to the speech have in common?
Câu 72: Why is it important to ensure there's good transportation?
Câu 73: Why are high-income houses in the neighborhood important?
Good evening, Twin Cities. This is Paul Douglas with the national weather update. The forecast is shaping up, and the southerners can expect a mild and calm week ahead. That is great news to many in Oklahoma where thousands are still without power because of a crippling ice storm that passed through over a week ago. It seems that if you want to find snow this winter you actually have to head south instead of north. The storm brushed the Twin Cities, most of the Metro ended up with about a half an inch to an inch of new snow. We can expect plenty of sunshine this afternoon. Your drive home from work could be slowed by a little light snow. This fast moving clipper will be out of here by Wednesday morning and the rest of the workweek is looking dry.
Câu 74: What happened in Oklahoma?
Câu 75: Where should you go if you want to see snow?
Câu 76: What will the local weather be like in a few days?
I appreciate your president having made me an honorary visiting professor, and I assure you that my first lecture will be very brief. I am delighted to be here and I'm particularly delighted to be here on this occasion. The space effort has already created a great number of new companies, and tens of thousands of new jobs. Space and related industries are generating new demands in investment and skilled personnel, and this city and this state, and this region, will share greatly in this growth. What was once the furthest outpost on the old frontier of the West will be the furthest outpost on the new frontier of science and space. Houston, your city of Houston, with its Manned Spacecraft Center, will become the heart of a large scientific and engineering community.
Câu 77: What does the speaker guarantee to the listeners?
Câu 78: What has their work already accomplished?
Câu 79: What will happen to Houston?
This is such an exciting meal that can be made in no time. And the best part about it is that it is just as delicious as it is healthy. Ok, first of all, in a big bowl, combine cherry tomatoes, green olives, black olives, and spring onions. Then, in a dry skillet, toast pine nuts over medium heat until golden brown, turning frequently. Then, stir it into tomato mixture. Next, in a small bowl, mix together olive oil, red wine, vinegar, sugar, and oregano. Season to taste with salt and pepper. And lastly, pour the sauce over the vegetables, and gently stir it so it coats.
Câu 80: What is NOT true of the meal being prepared?
Câu 81: What needs to be put over heat?
Câu 82: What is being prepared?
These points are simple, but extremely important. Remember to speak with conviction as if you really believe in what you are saying. Persuade your audience effectively. The material you present orally should have the same ingredients as those which are required for a written research paper: for example, have an introduction, body and conclusion. Do not read from notes for any extended length of time although it is quite acceptable to glance at your notes infrequently. Speak loudly and clearly. Sound confident. Do not mumble. If you make an error, correct it, and continue. No need to make excuses or apologize profusely.
Câu 83: What is the point of the speech?
Câu 84: What should speakers do with their notes?
Câu 85: What should speakers do if they make a mistake?
Are you someone who wants to get a quality education without having to commit your entire life to obtaining it? Perhaps you need to work. Perhaps you have a family. Perhaps you learn better in a freer environment. Perhaps you need to study at your own pace. If these things are true, then American Community College is for you. We specifically only offer weekday evening classes, weekend classes, or even classes via the internet from the comfort of your home. Call or email to enroll and start your journey to a successful life!
Câu 86: What does the class schedule enable you to do?
Câu 87: What type of class could you NOT take at the school?
Câu 88: What part of the school does the advertisement focus on?
Thank you for your patience. The mechanical problem has now been taken care of. We will now start preboarding for flight 717 to Tampa, Florida. If you need extra assistance boarding the plane or have a child or infant, you may now begin the boarding process. Momentarily we will begin boarding those passengers seated in the first class section, and then we will board alphabetically by zones. Please locate your zone on your ticket. We have a full flight today, so please be sure to only board when your zone is called. Lastly, would passengers Engel and Drews please approach the ticket counter? Thank you.
Câu 89: Who will board the plane first?
Câu 90: What is NOT true of the plane?
Câu 91: Why must passengers only board when called to do so?
Excuse me, sir. I've noticed that you are just leaving the State Fair. I'm Shelly O'Brien with Channel 8 and was hoping you would have a few minutes to tell our viewers at home about your time at the fair. We, along with the entire tri-state, are very interested in learning what people's highlights were. For example, what rides and musical entertainment did you enjoy most? And we are of course most interested in knowing what the tastiest thing you ate was! So could you please share some of your thoughts with us before you head for your car?
Câu 92: Where is this encounter taking place?
Câu 93: What does Shelly work for?
Câu 94: What highlight is Shelly especially interested in?
Good morning everyone and I hope you all enjoyed your breakfast-I know I did. As always, I just have a few general announcements before the sessions begin at nine. As you all know, today is our last day, which of course means we need to end with a little bit of fun. The meetings will end an hour earlier than usual. So we will be done at 5:30, today. Then dinner will be served at the dining hall in the Radcliffe Building, not here in Stowe Hall where we usually eat. Our final party will be in the Olmstead Room right next to the dining hall and will commence immediately following the meal. Finally, the shuttle buses will be in the parking lot awaiting us at eight sharp tomorrow morning to take us to the airport.
Câu 95: Where is this announcement taking place?
Câu 96: When do the meetings normally conclude?
Câu 97: When will the party begin?
Good evening and welcome to tonight's performance of Romeo and Juliet. We do ask that you not take any flash photography during the performance and that no recording devices of any kind are used. And please turn off all cellular telephones, beepers, or any other devices that may interrupt the performance. At the end of Act 1, there will be a twenty-minute intermission where you are free to leave your seats. There will be refreshments served in the lobby and the bathrooms are located to the right of the entrance and down the hall. Unless there is an emergency, please wait until inter-mission before leaving the auditorium. After the performance, the actors will be in the lobby for autographs and pictures. Thank you, and again, enjoy the performance.
Câu 98: What is NOT something the audience should refrain from?
Câu 99: What does the speaker give directions for?
Câu 100: What will the actors be doing after the performance?
Once again, truth is stranger than fiction, and the enthralling cat-and-mouse game was __(1)__ by the exploits of audacious Frank W. Abagnale Jr., known as the Skywayman. From the time he ran away from his troubled home at age 16 to capture at 21, Abagnale passed himself off as a co-pilot on Pan Am, an emergency room physician, a lawyer and a milionaire.
He was so skilled at 'paperhanging' (check fraud) - and had such chutzpah - that, for years, he was able to outwit and outmaneuver FBI Agent Carl Hanratty, who patiently pursued him __(2)__ the world while developing a curious surrogate - father/son relationship with the daring identity thief.
Perceptively directed by Steven Spielberg from Jeff Nathanson's expertly-potted sreenplay, based on Abagnale's memoir, it's a cockeyed version of the American dream, an ingenious, jet-setting grifter who scammed bad checks in 50 states and 26 countries, bilking barks of $2.5 milion, yet who's still haunted by the sins of his parents which fractured his family. After serving five years, Abagnele was __(3)__ from prison on the condition that he teach law enforcement how to prevent fraud. Now he has his own security firm and lectures at the FBI Academy.
Câu 141: __(1)__
Câu 142: __(2)__
Câu 143: __(3)__
Most people plan financially long-term, but they don't have a long-term physical plan. They plan for retirement, but they don't prepare for what I call physical "ere-firement" in the __(1)__ yeas in life. Re-firement is to ignite, to excite. That's where my energy comes from.
I wrestled on and off in high school. What I noticed was, when you're a wrestler, you're in the best shape of your file. But after the season, I'd go back to my lifestyle of overeating. Then we'd go hack for practice, and it was like hell week. You'd feel like you wanted to throw up. In 11th grade, I decided to never let myself get out of __(2)__ again. It's to much work.
In the details
People aren't used to focusing on their muscles the way I make them focus. It's attention to detail, never sacrificing your form for an extra repetition. If you do everything correctly, you'll have better results in a shorter __(3)__ of time
Câu 144: __(1)__
Câu 145: __(2)__
Câu 146: __(3)__
l'm glad you are all here today. Obviously, the more communications we can have about issues that worry you, the easier it is for us to __(1)__ to problems. Governors are problern-solvers. And so is the President. Our job is to identify problems, and deal with them. And the best way to do so is in the spirit of cooperation.
That's sometimes hard in Washington, I readiy admit. This is not a town that thrives upon cooperation, like most state capitals. But we'll __(2)__ to work hard to help you, because by helpilg our governors, we readly help our people. That's the job of a President.
Yesterday in my toast, I said the war on drugs goes on, and it does. I wish I __(3)__ otherwise, but that's not a true assessment of the world. We are chasing the Mafia; we're dealing with criminds and proliferation. But this war still goes on. It's important for you to know that.
Câu 147: __(1)__
Câu 148: __(2)__
Câu 149: __(3)__
Absentee Landlords were a highly __(1)__ issue in the history of Ireland. During the course of 16th and 17th centuries, most of the land in Ireland was confiscated from Irish Catholic landowners during the Plantation of Ireland and granted to British settlers.
Seized land was given to English nobles and soldiers, some of __(2)__ rented it out to Irishmen while they remained residents of England. Over the centuries, resentment grew as not only were the absentee landlords Protestant (while most tenants were Catholic), but their existence meant that the wealth of the land was always exported.
In the years __(3)__ the Irish Potato Famine, the land issue with the Irish Land League's Land War had become extremely important in Ireland. The land issue was one of the historic factors that resulted in Ireland's troubled history to this day.
Câu 150: __(1)__
Câu 151: __(2)__
Câu 152: __(3)__
23 Roanoke Street
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Mr. James G. Webb
Delon Hampton & Associates
800 K Street, N.W., Stuite 720
Washington, DC 20001-8000
Dear Mr. Webb,
I will be graduating from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor's degree in Architecture next May. and I am researching employment opportunities in the Washington area. I obtained your name from VT CareerLink Career Services' Alumni database" very much appreciate your volunteering to help students with job search information, and I hope that your schedule will permit you to provide me with some advice. I am particularly interested in historic preservation and understand that your firm does work in this area. I am also interested in learning how the architects in you firm began their careers. My resume is enclosed simply to give you some information about my background and project work
I will call you in two weeks to arange a time to speak to you by telephone or perhaps visit your office if that would be convenient. I will be in the Washington area during the week of November 21st. I very much appreciate your time and consideration of my request. and I look forward to talking with you.
Câu 153: How did Kristen find out about Delon Hampton & Associates?
Câu 154: Why does Kristen write to Mr. Webb?
Câu 155: When would Kristen be available to meet Mr. Webb?
ONE STUDENT'S STORY
Matt Xiong always knew he'd go to college. After all, he's the olders of twelve kids. "I'm the guinea pig," he laughs. I'll have to be the positive role model. "More seriously, Matt adds," I knew that if I worked hard, I'd make it. If you really want college you can do it. Just work hard. Stand out. Don't be afraid to go after what you want"
Any tips? "Put yourself in a position to get opportunities that open doors for you. In high school, be involved in student government, sports, the math team..."
As for college costs, "You can get grants from your church, from your college. You have to have a sense of maturity, you have to really want it. The money will follow"
Câu 156: What does Matt mean when he says he's the "guinea pig"?
Câu 157: Why should you be involved in high school various activities?
Câu 158: What skill does Matt think people need to afford college?
Câu 159: What is the tone of this article?
Dear SOCY101 Class,
I thought that while you were writing your final papers, it might interest and perhaps even help you to look at the latest unemployment survey results.
Try to analyze these findings keeping in mind all we've discussed about gender and race. What may have caused these numbers? In what ways is quantitative survey limited? How do these results agree with or contradict what we have discussed in class? Don't forget the basic theories studied at the beginning of our time together
Attached is the survey. Good luck with my final and with others. I'll look forward to reading your papers, and to those I don't see, enjoy your summer vacations.
THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION: DECEMBER
Nonfarm employment increased by 167,000 in December, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.5 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor reported today.
Unemployment (Household Survey Data)
Câu 160: Why are the survey results given to the class?
Câu 161: When was this email sent?
Câu 162: How was this data accumulated?
Câu 163: What did NOT increase?
Câu 164: Which group has the smallest proportion of people without jobs?
ALL TRAILS LEAD TO THE SUNSET GRILLE AND TAP ROOM
Lakeville's favorite family restaurant!
WESTERN STYLE BARBECUE
*STEAKS *RIBS *SEAFOOD *GREAT KIDS MENU
- 10 dinners under $10!
- Satellite sports on multiple TVs and our big screen.
- Ski Videos, Games, CD Jukebox
- Lakewille's largest domestic beer selection
Open 7 days a week: lunch, dinner, late-night and take out.
*For this week only, come with a party of eight or more and we will throw in a free dessert for everyone!*
"To find a spot that both the locals and your pocket can feel comfortable with... you'll need the Sunset Grille."
Brackets Crossing Magazine, 2008
Câu 165: What is the limited offer?
Câu 166: Who are probably the most suitable customers for this restaurant?
Câu 167: What time would the restaurant probably NOT be open?
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY
The Frederick County School System seeking applications for the position of Track & Field coach at Millbrook High School. This award-winning, highly successful school division cares deeply for its studerts ahd staff, maintains modern facilities, has a comprehensive curriculum, and offers a wide range of programs including regional special education, and vocational/education offerings
Millbrook High School is a ninth-through twelfth-grade facility with a student population of approximately 1,500.
April 7, 2012
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing to apply for the Head Track and Field Coach position at Millbrook High School. Attached, you will find my resume which lists all of my past experience and qualifications in greater detail.
As you can see, I was Head Coach at Lakeville Senior High School for seven years before I moved to Virginia. When I first started there, the team had never won an event, let alone an entire meet, but during my time there they eventually won the state championship. Apart from necessary recruiting, I firmly believe that, with the appropriate training and encouragement, all student athletes can be successful.
Lastly, as I have only just moved to Virginia, I do not possess a Virginia license, but do possess the Iowa equivalent. I am therefore qualified to be licensed here and am in the process of obtaining one. I will not have a secondary-education endorsement on the license. Please call me if you have any questions.
Câu 168: What is the purpose of the first paragraph in the Announcement of Vacancy?
Câu 169: What is NOT a responsibility of the coaching position?
Câu 170: Why doesn't Chris Saffert talk about all of his experience in this letter?
Câu 171: What may possibly hurt Chirs Saffert during the selection process?
Câu 172: What was Chris Saffert's impact on the Lakeville Track and Field Team?
NEW YORK - A barrel of light, sweet crude for February delivery dropped $1.75 to $50.49 in midday trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices dropped as low as $50.05, their lowest since May 25, 2005, shortly after the inventory report's release by the federal Energy Information Administration.
U.S. crude oil stocks leaped by 6.8 million barrels to 321.5 million, when analysts had been expecting an increase of just 325,000 barrels, according to a Dow Jones Newswires Survey. The EIA also said that inventories are above the upper end of the average range for this time of year.
Motor gasoline inventories, meanwhile, rose by 3.5 million barrels to 216.8 million, above analysts' expectations of a 2.6 million barrel rise. Distillate stocks, including heating oil and diesel fuel, rose by 900,000 barrels to 141.9 million barrels, compared with analysts' expectations of a 1.3 million barrel rise.
Câu 173: What was the original price of the sweet crude mentioned in the first paragraph?
Câu 174: How big of an increase in crude oil stocks was predicted?
Câu 175: What is the source that has provided the actual inventory results?
Câu 176: What is true of the inventory numbers?
FREELANCE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS
Freelancers generally enjoy a greater variety of assignments than in regular employment, and almost always have more freedom to choose their work schedule. The experience also allows the opportunity to build up a portfolio of work and cultivate a network of clients in hopes of obtaining a permanent position.
A major drawback is the uncertainty of work - and thus income - and lack of company benefits such as health insurance or retirement pay.
Another drawback is that freelancers often must handle contracts, legal issues, accounting, marketing, and other business functions by themselves. If they do choose to pay for professional services. they can sometimes turn into significant out-of-pocket expenses. Working hours can extend beyond the standard working day and working week.
Câu 177: What does freelancing afford?
Câu 178: What could possibly be a negative aspect of freelance work?
Câu 179: If freelancers decide they need somebody to help them
Câu 180: What is the purpose of this leaflet?
I know you've had to work long hours these last few weeks, so I thought I'd forward you something to laugh about at your office.
The attachment is pretty funny, so enjoy it (I don't think a short email break should keep you from meeting your deadline!)
Also. if you want a lunch break, just hit reply and tell me when I should come. I'll walk downstairs to your office.
The sweet old couple
A little old couple walked into a fast food restaurant. The little old man walked up to the counter, ordered the food, paid, and took the tray back to the table where the little old lady sat. On the tray there was a hamburger, a small bag of fries and a drink. Carefully the old man cut the hamburger in two, and divided the fries into two neat piles. He sipped the drink and passed it to the little old lady, who took a sip and passed it back. A young man on a nearby table had watched the old couple and felt sorry for them. He offered to buy them another meal, but the old man politely declined, saying that they were used to sharing everything. The old man began to eat his food, but his wife sat still, not eating. The young man continued to watch the couple. He still felt he should be offering to help. As the little old man finished eating, the old lady had still not started on her food. "Ma'am, why aren't you eating?" asked the young man sympathetically.
The old lady looked up and said politely, "I'm waiting for the teeth."
Câu 181: Why is Josh working longer than normal?
Câu 182: Who is Kelly in relation to Josh?
Câu 183: How did Kelly deliver the note and story to Josh?
Câu 184: How did the young man in the store feel when he first saw the couple?
Câu 185: What, besides their meal, is the couple in the story sharing?
To Whom It May Concern:
My name is Robert Thomas and I am interested M volunteeing for your program. However, I have a few questions I would like to ask before I make my final decision
First of all, I am proficient in Spanish and would like to work in a Spanish-speaking country. What Spanish-speaking countries does your program work in? I'm afraid those are the only ones I would be interested in.
Secondy, how long of a commitment wodd this be? Is it for a few weeks, the summer, for a year, or as long as you choose? My preference is to work for the entire year, but I am flexible and I could adapt to your needs.
Finally, are there specific qualifications you are looking for? I am straight out of college and have no professional experience However, I spent most of my academic career volunteering in the surrounding community. For example, I volunteered at a senior citizen living center.
You may respond to this letter by email or telephone. All that informaton is on the following page along with a list of references.
Thank you for your time.
Volunteer for International Service - Learning
Your service of 15-25 hourse a week at an established agency, supervised by professtionals will make a difference to people in need
Care for: the poor, the young, the disabled, the ill, the old, and the trouble
Teach: children, teens, adults, job skills, literacy, recreation, and ESL
Community development: economic assistance, human rights, healthcare, cultural heritage, enviroment, and women's issues
Câu 186: What does the community development component entail?
Câu 187: Which of the program components does Robert have experience in?
Câu 188: What is Robert's opinion of where he prefers to work?
Câu 189: What are Robert's thoughts on his time commitment?
Câu 190: What information is NOT on the following page of Robert's letter?
WHAT YOUR CLOTHES SAY ABOUT YOU
- Appropriate attire supports your image as a person who takes the interview process seriously and understands the nature of the industry in which you are trying to become employed.
- Be aware that In some industries, customer contact and image presented to the customer is critical. In such industries, your attire will be judged more critically.
- Your attire should be noticed as being appropriate and well-fitting, but it should not take center stage.
- If you are primarily remembered for your interview attire, this is probably because you made an error in judgment!
- Dressing nicely and appropriately is a compliment to the person you meet, so if in doubt, err on the side of dressing better than you might need to
- Even if you are aware that employees of an organization dress casually on the job, dress up for the interview unless you are specifically told otherwise by the employer.
- Never confuse an interview or business function with a social event. Dont dress for a party or a date.
- Not every contact with an employer requires interview attire. For some occasions business casual is appropriate. See business casual for when to wear it and what it is.
Câu 191: What does it mean if the interviewer remembers your outfit better than anything?
Câu 192: What should you do if you know the employees where you are being interviewed dress casually?
Câu 193: What should you never do?
PLAYER BIO: MEGHAN MONTGOMERY
She was an All-Big Ten first team selection, an Academic All-Big Ten and was voted team captain for a second straight season. She's a versatile athlete, who played and started at outside back, outside midfield and forward. She left Purdue as its all-time leader with 84 matches played and is only one of four Boilermakers to play in over 80 matches. She broke the program record for matches played with a start against Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament and was one of only two Boilermakers to play and start all 20 matches.
She set personal season bests in several offensive categories, including shots, shots on goal, goals and points scored. She was the first and only Big Ten player to score against Penn State during the regular season and scored against the Nittany Lions in the eighth minute off a midfield assist from Parrissa Eyorokon
Câu 194: Why is Montgomery described as a "versatile athlete"?
Câu 195: How many Boilermakers have played in at least 80 matches?
Câu 196: When did Montgomery break the record for matches played?
INTERVIEW TIP I: PLAN AHEAD - Do a little homework! Research the company and the position if possible. Review your work experiences and be ready to support past career accomplishments with specific information targeted toward the company s needs.
INTERVIEW TIP 2: ROLE PLAY- Once you have finished studying, begin role playing (rehearsing). Use the general questions provided below in the Interview Preparation Area. Write down answers if it helps to make your presentation more concise. Try to keep your answers to the information your new employer will want to know.
INTERVIEW TIP 3: ADAPT - Be sensitive to the style of the interviewer. Pay attention to those details of dress, office furniture, and general decor which will afford helpful clues to assist you in tailoring your presentation.
INTERVIEW TIP 4: RELATE - Try to relate your answers to the interviewer and his or her company. Focus on achievements relevant to the position.
INTERVIEW TIP 5: ENCOURAGE - Encourage the interviewer to share information about his or her company. Demonstrate your interest.