Hiya! The answers to the last episode are:
1. Out of this world
A resumé is an advertisement, and YOU are the product. Your goal is to get hiring managers to buy what you’re selling – which means giving you an interview. Maybe you have known how to write a resumé in your own language, but how about in English?
This episode will share with you some words that will impress your employer!
Part One Talking about yourself
1. accomplished adj.
= very good at something
I am an accomplished editor, having worked for five years at XXX company.
2. advanced adj.
=studying or dealing with a school subject at a difficult level
My English is at an advanced level.
3. committed adj.
=willing to work very hard at something
I am committed to doing some charity work .
Part Two What you can do
In talking about what you can do, these verbs are useful:
4. provide verb.
=give something to somebody or make it available to somebody
I provided data analysis at my previous job.
5. deliver verb.
=to do or provide the things , because you are responsible for them or they are part of your job
I delivered a training program.
6. enhance verb,
= to improve something
I optimized the system to enhance efficiency.
Fill in the blanks with the words below:
accomplished; advanced; committed; provide; deliver; enhance
Once you’ve learned how to write a resume, you’ll never be far from a paycheck. Good luck!
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