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  I. Finding a Job 找工作

  Unit 1 Job Searching

  求 职

  Part One: Expressions

  1. Are you hiring?


  2. I saw your ad* in the paper and wanted to apply for the job.


  3. When can you come in for an interview?


  4. Do you have any references?


  5. What’s your past job experience?


  6. This is a very impressive resume, Mr. Smith.


  7. What are your qualifications?


  8. What’s the starting salary?


  9. What possibilities are there for advancement?


  10. What kind of holidays/ benefits do you have for your employees?


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1. Resumes and Interviews履历表和面试

  A: Hey Ted, I saw this ad in the paper. You should take a look.

  B: What is it?

  A: It’s for a job. It looks perfect for you.

  B: Let’s see … “Wanted: manager for up-and-coming firm. Must have good organizational skills. Experience a plus. Please contact Betty Sue.” Oh, I don’t know …

  A: Come on, what have you got to lose?

  B: What about my resume?

  A: Here, I’ll help you type one up.

  B: Thanks, Mary. You’re a real pal. I’ll call now to set up an interview.




  B: 让我瞧瞧。“招聘:极富发展潜力的公司招聘经理。需良好的组织才能。具有经验。有意者请与贝蒂·苏联系”。哦,我不知道……

  A: 别这样,你又不会损失什么。

  B: 可是我的履历表呢?

  A: 在这儿,我会帮你打印一份的。

  B: 谢谢你,玛丽。你真够朋友。我现在就打电话约定面试。

  2. Salary 工资

  A: Well, I’ve looked over your resume, Mr. Peepers.

  B: Please, call me Ted.

  A: Well, Ted, this is a very impressive resume. However, we do have several other applicants to finish interviewing before we can make a final decision. We’ll call you by Friday, if that’s all right.

  B: That’s no problem.

  A: Do you have any other questions?

  B: Well, what kind of salary do you provide?

  A: Salary is based on experience as well as* time spent with our company.

  B: I see.

  A: Salary can be negotiated once we officially offer you the job.

  B: Sounds fine.

  A: 哦,我看过了你的履历表,皮伯斯先生。

  B: 请叫我特德好了。

  A: 好,特德,你的履历表给人印象深刻,可是,在我们做出最后的决定之前我们还要面试其他几个应聘者。如果可以的话,我们不迟于星期五会给你打电话。

  B: 可以。

  A: 你还有其他什么问题吗?

  B: 哦,你们公司提供的薪金待遇是怎么样的?

  A: 薪金发放以经验为基础,同时还有工作时间长短。

  B: 我明白。

  A: 正式聘用的话,薪金方面还可以再商量。

  B: 好的。

  3. Holidays and Benefits 假期和福利

  A: Anything else?

  B: Yes, one last thing. How much holiday time do you give your employees every year?

  A: Our employees receive fifteen days of paid vacation every year. If you don’t use the full fifteen days, they carry over to the following year.

  B: How about sick days?

  A: You get five paid sick days.

  B: Any other benefits?

  A: Yes, we have an excellent retirement plan and medical insurance as well.

  B: Great. Thanks so much for your time.

  A: We’ll contact you soon, Ted. Thanks for coming in.

  A: 还有其它的吗?

  B: 是的,还有最后一件事。每年你们提供给员工的假期怎样的?

  A: 员工有15天的有薪假期。如果没有休完15天的话,可以顺沿至下一年。

  B: 那么病假呢?

  A: 5天有薪病假。

  B: 还有没有其他的福利?

  A: 还有,我们公司还有一项极好的退休规划和医疗保险

  B: 谢谢您花时间给我面试。

  A: 我们会尽快和你联系,特德。谢谢你能来。

  Part Three: Substitution Drills

  1. A: Hi, I’m calling about your ad in the paper for the position of (manager/ electrical engineer/ waiter).

  B: Please send us your resume, “Attention: Betty Sue.”



  2. A: When can you come in for an interview?

  B: Is (Friday afternoon/ Monday morning/ Tuesday) ok with you?


  (星期五下午/星期一上午/星期二 )来你方便吗?

  3. A: Hi, I’m here for (an interview/ an appointment/ a meeting) with Betty Sue.

  B: Can I have your name, please?



  4. A: Please, fill out this application form.

  B: Where should I write my (address/ telephone number/ date of birth)?



  5. A: Hello, Mr. Peepers. How do you do?

  B: It’s (nice/ a pleasure/ an honor) to meet you.



  6. A: Thank you for coming in today.

  B: Here’s my (resume/ list of references/ application).



  7. A: What kind of work-related experience do you have?

  B: Well, I worked for (two years/ six months/ ten years) as manager at my previous company.



  8. A: What can you bring to our team?

  B: Well, I’m a very (hard-working/ dedicated/ focused) employee.



  9. A: Do you have any other questions about the job?

  B: Yes, please tell me about the (health benefits/ holiday time/ salary).



  10. A: We’ll call you.

  B: Ok, should I expect to hear from you by (next Friday/ the end of the week/ the 15th)?



  Part Four: Monologue

  I work in the human resources department of my company, and it is often my responsibility to hire new employees. When trying to fill open positions within the company, I have certain qualities that I look for in a potential employee. Are they dedicated and hard working? Are they willing to be trained? Do their interests and career goals match those of the company? It’s difficult choosing the right candidate and I want to be sure that both the company and the employee will benefit from one another. Relevant experience and educational background are important as well, but there is more required in finding the best person for the job.

  --Steve Peters, Human Resources Division



  Unit 2 Employment and Job Services

  就 业 和 工 作

  Part One: Expressions

  1. I work full-time at the University hospital.


  2. I had a part-time job waiting tables when I was in college.


  3. Is the job full-time or part-time?


  4. How many hours a week does the job require?


  5. I’m doing some temporary work to make money until I find a more permanent job.


  6. Do you know of a good temp*-agency?


  7. This agency had lots of work for me.


  8. I work there one night a week for the extra income.


  9. I volunteer for this organization two weekends a month.


  10. I’d like to do some volunteering in my free time.


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1. Full-time and Part-time Jobs 全职和兼职工作

  A: Did you have a part-time job when you were still in school?

  B: No, I was way too*busy studying all the time. How about you?

  A: Yeah, I worked about twenty hours a week in a pizza restaurant.

  B: What was that like?

  A: It was always very busy there.

  B: What did you do?

  A: I stood behind the register and took pizza orders.

  B: Did you get any perks on the job?

  A: Yeah, I got to eat as much pizza as I could for free.

  A: 你读书期间有没有兼职工作的经验?

  B: 没有,我总是忙着学习,你呢?

  A: 有过。我在一个比萨饼店每周工作20个小时。

  B: 工作怎么样?

  A: 那儿总是很忙。

  B: 你在那儿负责做什么呢?

  A: 我站在收银台后面接单。

  B: 你的工作还有没有什么好处?

  A: 有,我可以免费任意吃比萨饼。

  2. Temporary and Casual Work 短期工

  A: Have you found a new job yet?

  B: No, not yet. I’m still looking. I’ve been doing some work through a temp-agency though.

  A: What kind of work?

  B: I’m temping at a pharmaceutical company.

  A: What do you do there?

  B: Mostly office work - filing and so on.

  A: How long is the assignment?

  B: Till the end of the month.

  A: 你找到新工作了吗?

  B: 没有,还没有找到。我还在找。但是我通过一家中介公司介绍在做短期工。

  A: 那是什么样的工作?

  B: 是一家制药公司的短期工。

  A: 你在那儿做什么事?

  B: 大多是办公室里的事情--存档之类的。

  A: 做到什么时候呢?

  B: 到这个月底。

  3. Voluntary work 义工

  A: Want to meet for lunch this Saturday?

  B: Sorry, I can’t. I’m busy.

  A: What are you doing?

  B: I always do volunteer work on the first Saturday of every month.

  A: What kind of volunteer work?

  B: I help out at the children’s hospital. I help plan activities.

  A: Oh, yeah?

  B: Yeah. It’s exciting. This month we’re doing crossword puzzles.

  A: 这个星期六一起吃午饭吗?

  B: 对不起,不行。我很忙。

  A: 你在做什么?

  B: 我每个月的第一个星期六总是要做义工。

  A: 是什么性质的义工?

  B: 在儿童医院帮手。帮忙组织活动。

  A: 哦,是吗?

  B: 是呀,很令人兴奋。这个月我们要做字谜游戏

  Part Three: Substitution Drills

  1. A: Can I help you?

  B: Yes, do you have any (full-time/ part-time/ temporary) work available?



  2. A: What do you do?

  B: I work full-time at the (hospital/ library/ supermarket).



  3. A: How many hours a week are you hoping to work?

  B: I work about (forty/ twenty-five/ forty-five) hours a week.


  一星期大概工作(40/ 25/45)个小时。

  4. A: Do you know anything about this temp-agency?

  B: I’ve heard they’re very (helpful/ reputable/ well-connected).



  5. A: How many (hours/ reports/ meetings) a week does the job entail?

  B: Usually about twelve.



  6. A: I’ve been there for about (four months/ six days/ three years).

  B: That’s nice.

  我在那儿已有大约(4个月/ 6天/ 3年)。


  7. A: I’ve been thinking about doing some temp work.

  B: This agency had lots of (work/ assignments/ information*) for me.



  8. A: How busy is your schedule?

  B: I work (six days/ five days/ sixty hours) a week.


  我一星期工作(6天/ 5天/ 60个小时)。

  9. A: Ted volunteers for the children’s hospital once a month.

  B: Gee, what a nice/ kind/ warm-hearted guy!



  10. A: What do you do there?

  B: I (file paperwork/ enter data into the computer/ take orders from customers).



  Part Four: Monologue

  “When I was a student I was broke*, so I took a part-time job to help support myself. I needed something that wouldn’t interfere with my class schedule. I found a job at the local supermarket working twenty hours a week in the evenings. Mostly I took inventory and stocked the shelves. The work itself wasn’t so interesting and it was hard for me to find the time to study. It was good for me though; I got some practical working experience and I learned a lot about how to manage my time. And plus, money. I mean, hey, who can complain about that?”

  --Cristoph Burleson



  Unit 3 The Working Environment

  工 作 环 境

  Part One: Expressions

  1. I’d like to make an appointment to see Mr. Smith, please.


  2. Could you tell me where his office is?


  3. Ted stopped by to see you.


  4. Can I leave this for him?


  5. Could you give him this message?


  6. Where is the meeting room located?


  7. How do I use this copy machine?


  8. Just a second.


  9. I’ll have it finished by tomorrow morning.


  10. Hard work pays off, you know.


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1. On the job工作中

  A: Is Betty Sue in her office?

  B: I’m sorry. She’s in a meeting right now.

  A: I see.

  B: Can I give her a message for you?

  A: Yes, please tell her I stopped by.

  B: And your name, please?

  A: Ted. Oh, and could you give her this document for me?

  B: Certainly.

  A: 贝蒂·苏在她办公室吗?

  B: 抱歉,她现在在开会。

  A: 是这样。

  B: 要我代您留个口讯给她吗?

  A: 好的,请告诉她我顺道过来的。

  B: 请问你的名字是…

  A: 特德。还有,你可以把这个文件给她吗?

  B: 当然可以。

  2. Working Supplies 工作设施

  A: Do you have a free moment?

  B: Sure. What do you need?

  A: I’m having some trouble. How do you use this printer?

  B: Well, first you have to turn this switch on.

  A: Silly me.

  B: Now press this button.

  A: Oh, and it’s out of paper. Do you have any more?

  B: Just a second. I’ll go get some.

  A: 你有空吗?

  B: 有空。怎么了?

  A: 我碰到一些麻烦。这个打印机怎么用?

  B: 哦,首先你把这个开关打开。

  A: 我真蠢。

  B: 然后按这个按钮。

  A: 哦,没纸了。你还有吗?

  B: 稍等一下。我去拿一些过来。

  3. A Successful Story 成功故事

  A: You look tired. *

  B: Yeah, I’ve been working so much overtime lately.

  A: Really? How come?

  B: My boss gave me a big project. I had to have it finished it by this morning. It was so difficult!

  A: You shouldn’t work so hard.

  B: I know. But hard work pays off, you know.

  A: What do you mean?

  B: Maybe now I’ll get that promotion I was hoping for.

  A: 你看上去很累。

  B: 是啊,我近来一直加班工作。

  A: 真的吗?怎么回事?

  B: 我的老板给了我一个大的项目,我必须在今天早上完成。真是够难的。

  A: 你不要拼命工作。

  B: 我知道,但是你知道,辛苦工作总有回报的。

  A: 怎么讲?

  B: 可能目前我快得到提升了,这是我一直期待的。

  Part Three: Substitution Drills

  1. A: Can I help you?

  B: Yes, is (Mr. Smith/ the director/ the manager) in his office?



  2. A: Could you tell me where (his office/ the meeting room/ the copy machine) is, please?

  B: Sure. It’s just down the hall, on the right.



  3. A: Could you give him this (message/ report/ document), please?

  B: No problem.



  4. A: What’s the matter?

  B: How do I use this (copy machine/ fax machine/ hole-puncher)?



  5. A: I’m out of (paper/ staples/ folders). Do you have any more?

  B: Here you are.



  6. A: Can you meet this deadline?

  B: Yes, I’ll have it finished by (tomorrow morning/ this afternoon/ Friday at 5pm).



  7. A: Is Mr. Smith in his office?

  B: I’m sorry. He’s (in a meeting/ not at his desk right now/ out).



  8. A: I’m having some (trouble/ difficulties/ problems). Can you help me?

  B: What do you need?

  我遇到一些(麻烦/困难/难题)。 你可以帮我吗?


  9. A: You look (tired/ exhausted/ busy).

  B: Yeah, I’ve been working so much overtime lately.



  10. A: The project was so (difficult/ time-consuming/ tedious).

  B: You shouldn’t work so hard.



  Part Four: Monologue

  “When I first started this job, it took me quite a while to learn the ropes. I guess many new-comers have the same problem and have to ask their co-workers for help. I didn’t know how to use the system or where to find things. On my first day I wandered around for twenty minutes before I could find the copy room. Fortunately my co-workers were very helpful and supportive, so it didn’t take me long to get the hang of it. I just kept working hard, and in the end all my hard work really paid off. Things are going just great!”

  ——Bob Evian, office worker


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