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Учебное пособие Тюмень Тюмгнгу 2013 И(Англ) ббк 81. 2Англ-9 в 55 р ецензенты




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PARTINGS AND THANKS


  1. Useful phrases.

Many thanks for your help. / Thank you for everything.

It is (it’s) my pleasure / Not at all. / No problem. / You are (You’re) welcome.



Большое (Вам) спасибо за помощь. / Спасибо за все.

Что Вы! (не стоит!) / Пожалуйста! (Не стоит благодарности!) / Ну что Вы! / Пожалуйста! (не стоит благодарности!)



Call me on Monday – I will.

Позвони (те) мне в понедельник. – Хорошо.

Do not (Don’t) forget to send those figures. – I won’t (will not).

Не забудь (те) отправить эти цифры (таблицы). – Не забуду.

I will (I’ll) email you next week.

week / month / year



Я отправлю Вам письмо по электронной почте на следующей неделе.

неделя / месяц / год



I will (I’ll) see you in the spring.

spring / summer / autumn / winter

at Christmas/ in the New Year

in January/ in February

We’ll see you in February.


Увидимся весной.

весна / лето / осень / зима

на Рождество / в новом году

в январе / в феврале

Увидимся в феврале.


Give my regards to your MD (Managing Director).

Say ‘hello’ to you wife.

I will.


Передайте привет управляющему.
Передавайте привет Вашей жене.

Передам.


You must visit us again soon.

And you must come and see us.



Вы должны навестить нас вскоре.

И Вы должны заглянуть к нам в гости.



See you soon. / See you.

Keep in touch.

Goodbye. / Bye.


Увидимся. / До встречи.

Оставайтесь на связи.



До свидания. / Пока.




  1. Read the dialogues and translate them. Think if these people are friends, colleagues, if this is their first meeting or not. Play out one of the dialogues.


Dialogue 1


  • Thanks for the lunch.

  • You’re welcome.

  • And I’ll see you next week.

  • Yes, see you. Bye.

  • Bye.


Dialogue 2


  • Have a good flight.

  • Thanks, and thanks for everything.

  • Well, thank for you coming.

  • Don’t forget to keep in touch.

  • I won’t. And I’ll see you in the New Year.

  • Bye.


Dialogue 3


  • Give my regards to your MD.

  • I will. I’ll call you next week.

  • OK. By then. See you soon.

  • See you. Bye.

Dialogue 4


  • Thanks for your help.

  • It’s my pleasure. You must visit us again soon.

  • I will.

  • Don’t forget to send those figures.

  • I’ll email them tomorrow.

  • Keep in touch.


Dialogue 5


  • Many thanks for all your help.

  • Not at all. It’s my pleasure.

  • And I’ll see you next week.

  • Bye.


Dialogue 6


  • Have a good journey home.

  • Thank you, and thanks for everything.

  • No problem. You’re welcome.

  • Don’t forget to keep in touch.

  • I won’t. Bye.

  • Goodbye.


Dialogue 7


  • Give my regards to everyone in the sales office.

  • I will.

  • And don’t forget to ring me next week.

  • I won’t. Thanks for your help.


Dialogue 8


  • You must come and see us again soon.

  • Thank you, but first you must visit us.

  • That would be great. So, have a good flight home.

  • Thanks for all your hospitality.

  • No problem. See you soon.



  1. Match the responses to the prompts.




  1. Many thanks for your help.

  1. OK, take care.

  1. Call me on Monday.

  1. Not at all.

  1. Give my regards to your wife.

  1. Same to you.

  1. You must visit us again soon.

  1. I will.

  1. See you.

  1. I won’t.

  1. Have a nice weekend.

  1. And you must come and see us.

  1. I’ll see you tomorrow.

  1. OK, I will.

  1. Don’t forget to send those figures.

  1. Goodbye.




  1. Fill in the gaps with prepositions, if necessary.


In, at, on.


  1. I’ll see you _____ Christmas.

  2. I’ll contact you _____ the summer.

  3. I’ll call you _____ April.

  4. I’ll send you an invitation _____ the autumn.

  5. I’ll visit you _____ the New Year.

  6. I’ll write to you _____ February.

  7. I’ll e-mail a reminder _____ Carnival time.

  8. I’ll visit you _____ Ramadan.


5. Sort out the jumbled sentences.


  1. let / this / please / know / me / evening.

  2. touch / keep / in / place.

  3. again / see / soon / you.

  4. forget / don’ t/ send / the / report / me / to.

  5. me / remember / your / secretary / to.

  6. you / for / everything / thank.

  7. home / journey / good / a / have.


6. Make a dialogue from the sentences below. Then, if possible, practise the dialogue with a partner.


Visitor

Host

Bye.

I will.


I won’t.

And you must visit us.

Thank you for everything.


Thanks – we will.

You must visit us again soon.

You’re welcome. Don’t forget to call us.

Have a good flight. And give my regards to your colleagues.




7. Write examples of invitations using ‘must’ in Box 1. Write examples of requests using the imperative in Box 2.


Box 1

Box 2

You must visit us again.

Call me next week.

You must meet for dinner.

Give my regards to your wife.

You must bring your family.

Don’t forget to send the report.

___________________________

___________________________

___________________________

___________________________

___________________________

___________________________


8. Fill in the gaps with necessary words and phrases.
please OK Bye You’re welcome Thanks have a good flight Tomorrow afternoon thanks for your help I won’t


  • Hi John. I have the documents here, but I need your signature.

  • (1) _____.

  • Sign here and here, (2) _____.

  • Right.

  • (3) _____, I’ll post them today, so I’ll have an answer on Monday.

  • I’ll be in New York on Monday, but I’ll call you from there.

  • When are you leaving?

  • (4) _____.

  • Well, (5) _____ and (6) _____.

  • (7) _____.

  • Don’t forget to call me.

  • (8) _____.

  • And remember me to your wife.

  • I will. (9) _____.


9. Translate into English.


  1. Большое спасибо за все. – Не стоит благодарности.

  2. Позвони мне на следующей неделе.

  3. Оставайся на связи.

  4. Передавай привет семье.

  5. Приходите к нам в гости.

  6. Береги себя.

  7. Счастливого пути (путешествия)!

  8. Увидимся завтра.

  9. Спасибо за прекрасный вечер!

  10. Спасибо, что пришли!

  11. Не забудь позвонить. – Не забуду.

  12. Спасибо за помощь. – Ну что Вы!


10. Using the phrases in the flowchart, practise saying goodbye.


Thanks for everything.

(Thank you for your help.)

(Many thanks for the lunch.)





It’s my pleasure.

(No problem.)

(You’re very welcome.)











I’ll call you [next week].

(I’ll see you in the New Year.)






Call me [on Monday].

(Don’t forget to call.)

(Keep in touch.)











Right. / OK.




I will. / I won’t.










Have a good flight. / Have a good journey.

(Give my regards to _________. / Remember me to _______ )












Thank you. I will.










You must visit us again (soon).

(See you soon.)

(Goodbye. / Bye)





And you must come and visit us.

(See you.)

(Bye.)




UNIT V
JOB HUNTING


  1. Useful phrases.

I read an advertisement (ad) about job opening in your company.

Please, fill in the application form.



Я прочитал объявление о вакансии в вашей компании.

Пожалуйста, заполните анкету.



How long were you in your last job?
What are your three main strengths?
What will my responsibilities be?

Как долго Вы работали в предыдущей компании?

Каковы Ваши три основные достоинства?

Каковы будут мои обязанности?


Do you work under pressure? – I’m accustomed to working under pressure.

What weaknesses do you have?



Вы хорошо выносите повседневные нагрузки? – Я привык напряженно работать.

Какие у Вас недостатки?



You have excellent references (from your previous job).

referee(s)



У Вас отличные отзывы (с предыдущей работы).

рекомендатель (и)



Does that suit you?

Это Вам подходит?

When do you want me to start?
What do you consider a fair salary?

Когда Вы хотите, чтобы я начал работать?

Какую зарплату Вы считаете достойной?



application form

applicant / candidate

to headhunt / headhunter / headhunting
position / vacancy (opening position)

to fill the vacancy

to apply for a job
application for the position

(job) interview


promising / prospective

creative


competitive

responsibility / to be responsible for / obligation (s) (duty)


skillful / experienced

entrepreneur / businessman

strength / advantage

reliable / reliability / to rely on (upon)

experimental period / term of probation

self-starter / proactive / self-driven

methodical / systematic / organized
computer-literate
numerate

motivated

talented

team player(s)



анкета / бланк заявления

кандидат на должность

«охотиться» за талантами / «охотник» за профессионалами / «охота» за профессионалами

должность / вакансия

заполнить вакансию

подавать заявление о приеме на работу

заявление о приеме на работу

собеседование при приеме на работу

перспективный, многообещающий

творческий

конкурентоспособный

ответственность / быть ответственным за / обязательство, обязанность

умелый, искусный, опытный

предприниматель

сила, достоинство

надежный / надежность / полагаться на

испытательный срок
инициативный человек / активный

методичный / систематический / организованный

умеющий пользоваться компьютером

умеющий работать с цифрами

мотивированный

талантливый, способный

командный игрок


Human Resources department / Personnel department

CV (Curriculum Vitae)

resume

hire / employ /recruit



fire / dismiss / discharge / sack

to promote / promotion

supervisor / superior

subordinate

employer / employee

recruitment agency / employment agency

part-time / full-time (job)

to earn


salary / wages / fee

charge
benefit / premium (bonus)

net salary / gross pay / annual salary
vacation / paid vacation

sick leave / insurance / insurance policy

in-service courses


отдел кадров
краткая биография

резюме


нанимать

увольнять

продвигать по службе / повышение

начальник

подчиненный

работодатель / служащий

агентство по трудоустройству
неполный / полный рабочий день

зарабатывать (деньги)

зарплата служащих / зарплата рабочих / гонорар творческих работников

общее название оплаты любых услуг

поощрения / премия

«чистая» зарплата / зарплата до вычетов / годовой оклад

отпуск / оплачиваемый отпуск

больничный лист / страховка / страховой полис



курсы без отрыва от производства




  1. Read and translate the dialogues. Play out one of them.


Dialogue 1


  • Hello! I read an advertisement about job openings in your company, and I’d like to make an appointment with the personnel manager.

  • What position do you want to apply for?

  • Manager. Financial department.

  • I am very sorry, but the vacancy is filled. I wish you had telephoned the day before yesterday!

  • I would have telephoned if I had been in the country. But I arrived only today.

  • Where did you read the ad?

  • In the “Spectator”, the “Want” page.

  • You know, we still need an accountant. I suggest that you try your hand in accounting. If you do well, there might be a promotion to the top position.

  • Let me see. OK. When I see the personnel manager?

  • Your name please.

  • Sarah Guerra.

  • Miss or Mrs.?

  • Miss.

  • You are not a resident, are you?

  • No. But I’ve got a work permit for three years.

  • I see. OK, Miss Guerra. You are to come on Wednesday, the third, at 10.30, office 1023. The personnel manager will speak with you.

  • What documents must I take with me for an interview?

  • A resume, any certificates that you have to verify your education, qualification background and work experience.

  • I can also submit three letters of recommendation from the places where I used o work.

  • OK. They might be useful.

  • Should I fill out a job application form?

  • You’ll make it later, after you have spoken with the personnel manager.

  • Thanks, goodbye!


Dialogue 2

  • Very well, Miss Guerra. So, you’re saying you worked with “The Simpsons Brothers” for three years and you also worked with “Motorola”. For how long?

  • Well, actually, I worked with “Motorola” part-time, and I had a full-time job at “The Simpsons”.

  • I see. It’s all in the letters of recommendation. OK. What else would you like to know about this job? The salary?

  • Yes, and, of course, the vacation.

  • Well, we can offer you the annual salary of $28,000.

  • Is it net salary?

  • No, it’s a gross pay. Not too much, I should say, but if you demonstrate excellent performance and skills you can ask for a pay-rise.

  • In addition, there are different benefits and premiums.

  • That’s interesting.

  • And you’ve got a paid vacation.

  • By the way, how about the sick leave? I do not mean that I am going…

  • Oh, no. I understand. Of course, all our full-time employees have paid sick leaves. And the company also pays for our insurance policies.

  • That sounds great!


Dialogue 3


  • Margaret?

  • Yes. Hello.

  • Good afternoon. My name’s Michael Morin. Sorry to keep you waiting.

  • That’s all right. I have enjoyed your company brochure. It looks very impressive. It’s nice to meet you at last.

  • Thanks. Have you traveled far to us today?

  • Quite far. I’m staying in London, so I came on the train this morning.


Dialogue 4


  • Good afternoon. Royal Palace Restaurant. How can I help you?

  • Hello. My name is Ben Coogan. Could I speak to Mr. Patricola in Restaurant department?

  • I’m afraid he’s in a meeting. Can I take a message?

  • I’m not sure. I was calling to see if there are any vacancies in your department. I’m a recent College graduate, and I’m very keen to work for your restaurant, because of your excellent reputation.

  • Actually, I think there is a vacancy. There was an advert in The Times last week. Have you seen it?

  • No. Do you have a copy to send, please?

  • Of, course, but you have to be quick: the closing date is the day after tomorrow.


Dialogue 5


  • Good morning, sir.

  • Good morning. Come in, Mr. Jones, isn’t it? Please, take a seat and fill in this application form…How long were you in your last job with Alpha?

  • Five years. I’m only leaving because the firm is moving to another city, but I think a change will do me good.

  • Have you got any questions for me?

  • What will my responsibilities and obligations be during the first year?

  • First of all to be responsible for our contacts with English partners. You will need to skillfully negotiate for and buy equipment. The job will involve much travelling.

  • I see.

  • So tell me what are your three main strengths?

  • I think they are: reliability, loyalty, and energy.

  • OK. Do you work under pressure?

  • Yes. I’m accustomed to working under pressure.

  • Are you a leader, an entrepreneur by nature?

  • Yes, I think so.

  • All right. Now, Mr. Jones, I am quite prepared to offer you a job with us. You have excellent references from your previous job. You’ll start on $450 and if you do well we’ll review it after three months. The hours are from 9.00 to 17.30., with an hour for lunch and a fortnight’s holiday. Does that suit you? Any questions?

  • What about travel? Where will I go and for what length of time?

  • Mostly for England for not longer than a month.

  • All right. When do you want me to start, sir?

  • In a week, if possible.

  • OK. Thank you very much. Goodbye.

  • Goodbye.


Dialogue 6


  • Well, Mr. Abdulkader, сan you tell a bit about yourself? Where are you from originally?

  • I’m from Algeria, but I’ve lived in Kuwait and worked in other countries a lot.

  • How long have you worked in the oil industry?

  • Well, I’ve been diving for about six years.

  • Where did you do your training?

  • I originally trained in Kuwait, but I’ve also done course in the UK.

  • When were you in Azerbaijan?

  • I went there two and half years ago and I’ve worked on the same rig ever since.

  • Have you done any in-service training courses?

  • Yes, I’ve done dive courses and first-aid training quite recently.

  • Your English is very good. How long have you studied English?

  • Thank you! It’s not that good, but I’ve studied English properly for two or three years. I also learned it at school, but I didn’t work very hard then.




  1. Study this ‘Job Research Map’ and write a plan of finding a job.




  1. To asset skills education

  2. To search the job employment market

  3. _______

  4. _______

  5. _______





  1. Fill in the gaps with the necessary questions.




  1. _____________ I want to work for a company that has been here a long time. I’m a customer of your company and I think you give excellent service. I know this company will be here for a long time. I hope there will be opportunities for me to be promoted.

  2. _____________ No, thank you.

  3. _____________ I have a lot of experience with computers. I can use Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel. I can type 50 words per minute. I am good at math and enjoy working with numbers.

  4. _____________In my country, I worked as an automobile body repairman at a garage. I worked there for 5 years. I repaired many different kinds of cars, and I used many different tools. I am good with my hands. I think my last experience will help me with a job here.

  5. _____________ I come from Hong Kong. I graduated from the Mountain High School there. I came to San Francisco in 1993. I’ve been working at the Han Gift Shop since 1995. I’ve been studying English as a Second Language and office training at City College of San Francisco. I really enjoy working with people and working with computers.

  6. ____________ I’ve heard the usual salary for this position is between $12 and $15 per hour. I think that would be OK.

  7. ____________ I really enjoy working with people. That’s why I want to work as a customer service representative in a store like yours. I have a lot of experience in customer service. I like helping the customers and talking to them. I am very friendly.


Questions


  1. Would you like something to drink?

  2. Could you tell me something about yourself?

  3. What kind of work do you like to do?

  4. What are your skills?

  5. Why do you want to work for this company?

  6. What salary do you want?

  7. Can you tell me about your work experience?




  1. Study the possible answers to the following questions. Practise answering them in pairs.




  1. Why do you want this job?

  1. Because I’m good with numbers.

  2. I like working with people.

  3. Your company has a good reputation.

  4. It’s a large company, with opportunities for promotions.

  5. This job requires computer skills, and I have a lot of experience using computers.




  1. What salary do you want?

  1. In my last job, I made $10 an hour. I would like at least that amount.

  2. What is the salary range for this job? I’d like at least (name an amount), because I have a lot of skills.

  3. I think about $2,000 per month is fair.

  4. Other companies pay about $12 per hour for this type of work. I think that is a good wage.




  1. Why do you want to work for this company?

  1. It’s a big successful company.

  2. Your company is well known and makes good products.

  3. It provides dependable service.

  4. I know someone who works here. She says there is an excellent working environment here and the people are friendly.




  1. Complete the sentences using one of these words.


Experience, qualifications, training, skills.


  1. She’s never done anything like this before. She has no _____.

  2. She’s never worked at the job but has passed a lot of exams. She’s got _____.

  3. She’s got the practical ability to do a difficult job well. She’s got the _____.

  4. She got the job with little experience but the company gave her some excellent ____.




  1. Look at the following phrases. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do not change the given words.


Apply for a job, go for an interview, do something for living, to be given the sack, get promoted.


  1. What’s your job? (do)

What do __________ living?

  1. She had to leave her job because she was always arriving late. (given)

She __________ because she was always arriving late for work.

  1. Last year she was the assistant manager; now she is the manager. (got)

This year she __________ from assistant manager to manager.

  1. Your application should include a copy of your certificates. (job)

If you __________, you should send a copy of your certificates.

  1. He’s being interviewed today for a new job. (go)

He __________ an interview today for a new job.


  1. Replace the words in italics by the following words.


Graduated, train, management, as, experience, education.


  1. At 18, he decided to stay in full-time training and went to Mumbai University.

  2. He qualified three years later with a degree in philosophy and politics.

  3. He taught for a while, but didn’t like it. He decided to educate as an accountant at evening classes.

  4. He qualified for an accountant and joined a big accountancy firm in its London office.

  5. When he started, he needed to develop other skills, which would come through experiments.

  6. He received manager’s training to help him develop these skills.




  1. Complete these extracts from job advertisements using the words below.


Motivated, driven; numerate; computer-literate, proactive, self-starter, team-player; talented, motivated; organized, methodical, systematic.



  1. Work in pairs. Tell your partner about your strengths.




I am

I

A am good at

responsible

a fast learner

healthy

punctual


organized hardworking

flexible


pleasant

honest


bilingual

like to work with people

communicate well

follow instructions get along with co-workers

like to work with numbers




sewing

math


working with my hands numbers

cooking



Note: The question about your weaknesses is a difficult question. You need to mention a weakness that is actually a strength. Make sure that you always mention how you try to improve the weakness.

Example: I tend to spend too much time making sure the customer is satisfied. However, I began setting time-limits for myself, if I noticed this happening.


  1. You are applying for the job you want. Write your answers to the following questions. Give as much information as you can.




  1. Tell me about your education. Which part of the course did you enjoy most? Why did you like that subject?

  2. Can you tell me about our previous job? What exactly did you do? What did you learn from your job? Why did you stay so long / so little in that company? Why did you leave?

  3. Tell me something about yourself. What do you do in your free time? What are your strong points? What are your weak points? Can you work under pressure?

  4. What are your career objectives? Where do you see yourself three years from now?




  1. Read some Do’s and Don’ts while applying for a job and translate them. Choose three most important do’s and don’ts in your opinion. Offer your own ideas.


Do’s

  • Do learn ahead about the company and its product. Be prepared to answer any questions about its history or business.

  • Do practice interviewing before the actual interview.

  • Do dress appropriately.

  • Do have a good resume and bring extra copies of it.

  • Do arrive early (10-15 minutes prior to the interview start time).

  • Do beware of body language. Maintain good posture and look enthusiastic.

  • Do emphasize your strengths.

  • Do ask questions. This will display your interest in the position.

  • Do be honest.

  • Do close the interview positively. Don’t forget to let him or her know that you look forward to hearing from the company soon.


Don’ts

  • Don’t be late.

  • Don’t chew gum or smoke during the interview.

  • Don’t dress casual.

  • Don’t tell jokes during the interview.

  • Don’t be soft-spoken. Confidence is a key.

  • Don’t answer your cell phone. Turn it off.

  • Don’t make negative comments about former colleagues, supervisors, or employers.

  • Don’t interrupt the interviewer.

  • Don’t bring up or discuss personal issues or family problems.




  1. Translate the sentences into English.




  1. У Вас отличные отзывы с предыдущего места работы.

  2. Заполните, пожалуйста, эту анкету.

  3. Я прочитал объявление о вакансии в вашей компании.

  4. Как долго Вы работали в предыдущей компании?

  5. Каковы Ваши достоинства?

  6. Мои основные достоинства – надежность, лояльность, энергичность.

  7. Я привык работать напряженно.

  8. Каковы будут мои обязанности?

  9. Вы нам подходите.

  10. Какую зарплату Вы считаете достойной?




  1. Role-play a job interview. Work in pairs. Interview your partner for a job. Write down 5-6 questions to ask your partner. Conduct the interview and change the roles.



UNIT VI
EMPLOYMENT CORRESPONDENCE


  1. Useful phrases.

With reference to your advertisement in “___” of Tuesday, January 10, I would like to apply for the position of ___ in your company.

I recently heard from ___ that there’s a vacancy in your sales department.


I see from your advertisement in the ___ that you have a vacancy for a ___.

Ссылаясь на объявление в «___» от 10 января, вторник, я хотел бы претендовать на должность ___ в вашей фирме.

Я недавно услышал от ___ о вакансии в вашем торговом отделе.

Из вашего объявления в ___ я узнал, что у вас вакантная должность ___.


I should like (I wish) to apply for the position of ___.

Я бы хотел подать заявление о приеме на должность ____.

I would be interested to learn (to know) whether you have a vacancy for ___.

I am writing to enquire about the possibility of working for your company ___.

I am looking for a position of ___.


Мне было бы интересно узнать, есть ли у вас вакансия ___.

Я пишу, чтобы узнать о возможности работать в вашей компании ___.

Я интересуюсь должностью ___.


Please send me further details of the position.

I should be obliged if you could forward a copy of the application form to me at the above address.



Пожалуйста, вышлите мне подробности о должности.

Я был бы признателен, если бы вы выслали мне копию анкеты по вышеуказанному адресу.



For the past__ years I have been employed as___.

I was responsible for (in charge of) ___.

I specialize in___.

This is a position for which I believe I am ideally suited.

I gained wide experience in ___ in ___ department at___ (company).

I have already acquired some experience in ___.

I speak fluent ___. (I am fluent in ___).

I believe (I am certain) I have necessary training and qualities needed for the position of ___.

I am eager to undertake new responsibilities in a challenging position.

I am keen to broaden my knowledge in the field of___.

I am used to working on my own.
I appreciate the opportunity to work on my own initiative and to take on a certain amount of responsibility.


Последние ___ лет я работал (кем)___.

Я был ответственным за ___.

Я специализируюсь на ___.

Это должность, на которую я, как мне кажется, идеально подхожу.

Я получил большой опыт в ___ в ___ отделе в ___ (компании).

Я уже получил некоторый опыт в ____.

Я свободно владею ___ (язык).

Я полагаю (уверен), что у меня необходимое образование и квалификация для должности ___.

Я хочу взять на себя обязательства в новой должности.

Я очень хочу расширить свои знания в области ____.

Я привык работать самостоятельно.

Я высоко ценю возможность работать с должной мерой ответственности, проявляя собственную инициативу.



During training for my present job I took courses in marketing.

Во время обучения для получения должности, которую я занимаю в настоящий момент, я окончил курсы маркетинга.

Since my present position offers little prospects for advancement, I would prefer to be employed in an expanding organization such as yours.

Так как моя настоящая должность не дает мне больших возможностей для продвижения, я хотел бы работать в такой перспективной организации, как ваша.


I am at present earning ___ per month.

В настоящее время я получаю ___ в месяц.

I enclose (attach) a copy of my resume (CV) which will give you further particulars (more complete details) of my career to date.

Я прилагаю копию своего резюме, которое даст вам дальнейшие детали моей карьеры.

I will be happy to supply any other details you may require.
I would greatly appreciate the opportunity of the interview.

I can make myself available for interview at any time.

I can only come to an interview on___.
I shall be available from ___ onwards.

The names of two referees are given below.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Hoping for a favourable reply.


Я с радостью предоставлю вам детали, которые вам потребуются.

Я был бы очень признателен возможному собеседованию.

Я могу прийти на собеседование в любое время.

Я могу прийти на собеседование в (понедельник, вторник и т.д.)

Я буду свободен с ___.

Имена двух рекомендателей приведены ниже.

Я с нетерпением жду вашего ответа.

Надеюсь на благоприятный (положительный) ответ.



Thank you for offering me the position of ___.

I have pleasure in accepting this position.

I am looking forward to commencing work on September 1.


Благодарю Вас за то, что Вы предложили мне должность ___.

С удовольствием принимаю эту должность.

С нетерпением жду начала работы 1 сентября.


I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept the position, since I have received another, more attractive one.
I feel that my experience in this field would not be used to its full capacity. Therefore I have to decline.

С сожалением сообщаю Вам, что не могу занять эту должность, так как получил другое, более привлекательное предложение.

Чувствую, что мой опыт работы в этой области не будет использован в полной мере, поэтому вынужден отклонить предложение.



Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule.

It was a pleasure finally meeting you, ____.

I appreciate the time you took to interview me.


Спасибо, что выделили время в своем напряженном графике.

Было приятно наконец-то встретиться с Вами, ___.

Я ценю время, которое Вы уделили собеседованию со мной.


The job, as you presented it, seems to be ___.

I am interested in working with you.

The job seems to be an excellent match for (my skills and interest).
I believe that I would be a perfect candidate for this position.


Работа, как Вы ее описали, кажется ___.

Я заинтересован в работе с Вами.

Работа, кажется, отлично подходит (моим способностям и интересам).

Полагаю, я мог бы быть отличным кандидатом на эту должность.



Please feel free to contact me at anytime if further information is needed.

Thank you again for your time (and consideration).

It was very enjoyable to talk to you about___.

I want to reiterate my strong interest in ___.



Пожалуйста, обращайтесь в любое время за интересующей Вас информацией.

Еще раз спасибо за уделенное время (и внимание).

Было очень приятно говорить с Вами о __.

Я хочу подчеркнуть мою заинтересованность в ___.




Employment correspondence: conducting a successful job search in one’s career; application letters and resumes. Such documents help to asset one’s specific skills and goals – knowledge that is essential to successful job search and preparation for a job interview.


  1. You have to prepare documents for your future job employment.




  1. What documents should you have?

  2. What is the importance of each document?

  3. What is the purpose of each document?

  4. What does each document include?

  5. Do you think it is necessary to have such documents beforehand?


Guidelines


  1. Map what you are bringing to the job application (stages of your life: education, jobs, particular experience, and activity).

  2. List your interests (which are relevant).

  3. Make a list of your skills, technical and professional.

  4. Analyze and list personal qualities.

  5. Research the job (advertisement analysis).

  6. Read through all the information sent to applicants.

  7. Research the company / organization on the Internet.

  8. Construct your resume / CV.

  9. Word-process your resume / CV.

  10. Try to keep it to one side of A4; make sure that all important information is on the first side.

  11. Use letter of application to emphasize your selling points and include key personal qualities.

  12. Begin with a brief explanation of what you are applying for and why.

  13. Use the body of the letter to highlight exactly why the job attracts you and why you think you are suitable for it.

  14. Write a brief conclusion designed to leave the reader with the possible impression.

  15. Both documents should be word-processed and printed on a good printer. Layout ant typefaces should be chosen with care.




  1. Study the examples of application forms.


Sample 1
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