M：Hi Amy. What's up?
A：I'm looking for the airport. Can you tell me how to get there?
M：No, sorry. I don't know.
A：I think I can take the subway to the airport. Do you know where the subway is?
M：Sure, it's over there.
A：Where? I don't see it.
M：Across the street.
A：Oh, I see it now. Thanks.
A：Do you know if there's a restroom around here?
M：Yes, there's one here. It's in the store.
A： Good afternoon， sir.
B： Good afternoon. Sit down， please.
A： Thank you.
B： You are Mr. Zhang Xiaodong， aren't you?I am Henry Hudson.
A： Yes. Nice to meet you， Mr. Hudson.
B： To start with， tell me about your education， please.
A： All right. I shall graduate from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies next year. I major in international trade.
B： Are you single or married?
A： I'm still single. Nowadays many young people in China are not in a hurry to get married. They'd rather secure their careers before they settle down in a family.
B： That's the kind of man we are looking for. Our promotion work entails much travel. So we need employees without family burdens yet. Now tell me if you have a good command of both written and spoken English.
A： When I was a sophomore， I passed Band 6 of College English Test.
B： Why are you interested in this company?
A： I think working in this company would provide me with a good opportunity to use my knowledge.
B： What do you know about this company?
A： This company is one of the biggest trading companies in the world. There are a lot of branches in all parts of the world with the head office in the U.S.A. Guangzhou Office was established four years ago. It deals in business machines.
B： Do you know what PNTR stands for?
A： It stands for Permanent Normal Trade Relation. If one nation enjoys this kind of treatment， it is accessible to tariff preference for imported goods from another nation.
B： By the way， would you describe yourself as extroverted or more introverted?
A： I think I am quite outgoing. I like cooperation with others， and getting the job done by working together.
B： Good. I think you'd like to know about the remuneration. The starting salary for trading clerks in this company is RMB 3， 500 per month， and raise is given after six months according to your ability. We provide fringe benefits such as annual bonus， three-week paid vacation a year， and health insurance. Are these satisfactory?
A： Yes， these are quite satisfactory.
B： Do you have any questions about the job?
A： I was told that some of your Chinese employees are sent to the United States to attend the training program provided by the head office. I'd like to know how you choose employees to attend the program.
B： Almost all Chinese employees are eligible to attend the training course， but as the number of trainees at one time is limited， we select them on their merits. Are you really interested?
A： Sure. I'll do my utmost if I am employed by this company.
B： It has been pleasant talking with you， Mr. Zhang. We'll notify you of our final decision within one week.
A： Thank you， Mr. Hudson， for your interview with me. I hope to see you again.
PNTR (Permanent Normal Trade Relation)： 永久正常贸易关系
starting salary： 起薪
fringe benefits： 附加福利
paid vacation： 带薪假期
A:What games do you like?
B:I like word games.
A:How about a game of bridge?
B:I don't like it at all.
A:What about guessing games?
B:I'm not one for the games.
A:Let's play other game.
B:What about playing go?
Todd: Hello, Gabrielle!
Todd: How are you doing today?
Gabrielle: Good thanks.
Todd: Now, Grabrielle, I hear that you are going back home to New Zealand.
Gabrielle: That's right. I'm going home for summer.
Todd: OK. What are your plans?
Gabrielle: Probably a week relaxing, going camping, and then I'm going back to work.
Todd: Oh, OK. Where do you work?
Gabrielle: I teach as an English teacher in Christchurch, in New Zealand.
Todd: Oh, OK. And that's where you're from, naturally.
Gabrielle: That's right.
Todd: Were you born there?
Gabrielle: I was, yeah!
Todd: Well, you are going to have this short little break, or vacation, are you gonna go to the beach...the mountains?
Gabrielle: Probably..probably to the beach and camping for about a week with friends, yeah!
Todd: Actually, how warm is it in the summer?
Gabrielle: Probably a maximum of about 30 degrees. A nice dry heat! Very comfortable.
Todd: So when you go to the beach is the water warm enough to swim in?
Gabrielle: No, no, no! We swim but it is not warm. Yeah! It's pretty chilly actually.
Todd: OK. Any other plans when you go home?
Gabrielle: Yeah, I'm looking forward to catching up with friends and family and animals.
Gabrielle: Well, I miss my pets.
Todd: OK, well, what pets do you have?
Gabrielle: Well, I have a cat and a dog and a sheep called Sydney and two gold fish.
Gabrielle: Yeah! And I really miss them.
Todd: I'm sure they're really excited to see you. Alright, thanks a lot.