Introducing herself/himself (name, surname, from where, age). Greetings. Self-introduction is very important especially in interview. So; This will help to find better job or acceptance yourself in the society. Starting with a smile on the face, giving details about name, place after greeting. If necessary you can add your family details and your educational situation, sharing why looking for a job in brief. It will be better to tell about your interests also hobbies and informing how to spend time out of work. Of course informing about your skills will be very effective. It is very important by saying THANKS to the person who is listening to you.
Lesson time foreseen
10-minute teacher’s examples
30 minute (added links, videos, test)
“Break the ice” is a common English expression. It means “to get comfortable with someone.”
There are many ways to start talking to someone new. I recommend that you memorize only two or three, so you don’t forget them.
Pick ones that you can use anywhere, anytime. Which ones’ sound most natural to you? The most important thing is that you’re comfortable saying them.
Here’s the easiest one: just say hello and your name. Then, if possible, shake hands.
During this English lesson you will start learning about greetings and introductions. The lesson has 2 videos to help you with learning and the last part of the lesson shows examples of some brief conversions between 2 people.
What's the best way to introduce yourself at a job interview? How can you start off an interview making the best possible impression? First impressions can play a major role in how an employer perceives you as a candidate. What you say during the first phase of the interview may make a big difference in the outcome - in a good way or in a bad way.
What to Say When You Arrive at the Interview:
When you arrive at the interview site introduce yourself to the receptionist by stating your name and the purpose of your visit. For example: "My name is Tim Jones, and I have an interview scheduled with John Smith at 2 pm." or "I'm Janine Bellows, and I have an appointment with Jack Clark at 10 am."
Listening to the first dialogue and do the role play
Listening to the second dialogue and do the role play
Listening to the third dialogue and do the role play