Tina: You are still a student?
Li Ming: Yes, but I will graduate from the ShanghaiFinance and Trade school next month.
Tina: Are you sure you can be a successful cashier?
Li Ming: I'm sure. You know my major is statisticsand I get excellent records in all of the courses Ihave taken.
Tina: That's only for your theory foundation. I amafraid if you have ever handled large amounts of cash before?
Li Ming: Yes, my father runs a business so I have opportunity to work in the financedepartment every holiday.
Tina: Good. I think you'll make a good cashier.
Li Ming: Thank you.
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 fimp3. 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.