— Good morning, take a seat, please. — Good morning, thank you. — Briefly, tell me about yourself, please. — I am 16 years old, I’ve passed my GCSE exam with good grades and I’m planning to continue my education at a Sixth Form College. — Why do you want to work with us at Camp Elizabeth? — I enjoy working with children and I’d like to get some work experience. — What experience do you have? — I help with the youth club at school. I’ve organized sports and trips to various places. — Can you give me the name of someone we can contact for a reference? — Yes, sure. This is the name, address and telephone number of my Maths teacher, who has known me for 5 years and has already agreed to write or speak to you. — What qualities do you think are important for the job? — You certainly must have patience. And another important thing is enthusiasm. And, well, you also have to be careful. — Are there any questions you would like to ask me? — Yes, just one thing. When shall I start working? — I’ll be getting in touch with people next week and will tell you about our decision. — Thank you very much. Fill in the gaps: 1. What experience ? 2. Can you give me the name of someone we can ? 3. What are important for the job?
1. — Why do you want to work with us at Camp Elizabeth?
2. — I’ve organized sports and trips to various places.
3. — I’ll be getting in touch with people next week and will tell you about our decision.
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if i had studied english, i wouldn't have asked people to do my homework.
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