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English Conversation About Jobs And Companies for Intermediate Business ESL Students

Learn new Engish vocabulary about jobs and companies in this business English lesson for ESL students at the intermediate level. Some common words that confuse English students like…

  • the difference between vocabulary words like ‘found‘ and ‘founded
  • the difference between ‘division‘ in math and a business
  • how to pronounce similar words like employ, employee, and employer

And you will also discuss your position, job description, and responsibilities as in intermediate ESL student in this Business English lesson

Resources To Prepare For A Job Interview in English

I recently received a request from an English student who is preparing for a job interview in English. So, here are a few resources if you want to prepare for an interview as well.

Common Job Interview Questions for ESL Learners – The first thing you need to focus on is increasing your vocabulary. So, it’s good to brush up on your vocabulary learn any common terms related to the field that you are planning on entering.

Useful Vocabulary for a Résumé and Interview – Here are some more English vocabulary terms for you to learn and practice as well.

Prepare for These Tricky Interview Questions – Not all of the interview questions are going to be straightforward. The job interviewer may throw in a question or to trick you for at least force you to think about your answer.

36 English Dialogues for Job Application and Interview

Here are some dialogues to help you practice some common questions and answer for a job interview in English.

1 Hour of English Vocabulary for Job Interviews

Listen to this live session where these two English teachers talk about Job Interviews and help you learn some more key English vocabulary.

Occupational Outlook Handbook – The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations

Job Interview Books In Kindle Unlimited

The BEST job Interview Advice Book by Devay Campbell

The 250 Job Interview Questions: You’ll Most Likely Be Asked…and the Answers That Will Get You Hired! (English Edition) by Peter Veruki

Get That Job!: The Quick and Complete Guide to a Winning Interview by Thea Kelley

Mastering the Job Interview by Lavie Margolin

Job Interview Success – How to Land Your Dream Job by James Ricks

12 Tips On How To Improve Your English With Kindle Books

Hey there, English students! Do you like reading and want to know how to improve your English with Kindle books?

If so, here are 12 tips to help you make use of the Kindle app that is probably already installed on your cell phone. If not, go install the Kindle app now.

Learning English with Audiobooks – Live Chat

  1. Improve Your English Vocabulary – Reading Kindle books is a great way to increasing your vocabulary which means you understand more of what you hear and you can express yourself better
  2. Quick Tip for Kindle Dictionary: If you see a word you don’t know, just press on it until Kindle’s built in dictionary pops up so you can learn what the word means
  3. Quick Tip For Kindle Flashcards: You can also add new vocabulary words and phrases to your flashcards which is built right into the Kindle app as well to review them later
  4. Master English Grammar: Reading also allows you to assimilate the grammar structures implicitly which means don’t have to remember grammar rules to form better sentences and speak better English
  5. Improve Your English Pronunciation: Listening along with the audiobook version of your story allows you to learn how to pronounce the words correctly as well as reduce your English accent
  6. Learn English Expressions For Language Fluency – You can also learn many new idiomatic expressions by reading the dialogues in your Kindle book, which means you, will know what they mean when you hear them as well as be able to use them yourself in the proper context as you model what you have been reading
  7. Read Your Books Anywhere on your Kindle – The nice thing about Kindle books is that you can read them on your phone anywhere you go. i.e. a line at the supermarket, waiting for a friend in a park, or anywhere you happen to be
  8. Millions of Free Books – You can read millions of books like Hunger Games, Harry Potter, and Beneath A Scarlet Sky through Kindle Unlimited for less then ten dollars per month https://amzn.to/2EIpoWt
  9. No Credit Card? Search for completely free books in Bookbub weekly deals https://www.bookbub.com/ebook-deals/free-ebooks and choose the genres that you enjoy reading
  10. Most Kindle Books Offer Audio Versions – You can find the audiobook versions right on the same page as the book or just join Audible for new books to listen to each month https://amzn.to/2NEEf7s
  11. Get Free Audiobooks – And many books in Kindle Unlimited include the audiobook version for free. To find free audiobooks, just search for ‘Books With Narration In Kindle Unlimited’ on Google https://amzn.to/2u8ZYv2
  12. Read Kindle Reviews First – Just make sure to read the reviews on Amazon or Goodreads to see other people’s reviews and recommendations to make sure the book will be something you enjoy before you invest time or money

indle Updates Your Reading List Automatically – That way you can share you current reading list as well as the books you want to read next in a vibrant community of other readers just like you

I Am Number Four: Dave’s Book Review 4

Title: I Am Number Four
Series: (Lorien egacies #1)
Author: Pittacus Lore
Genre: Alien SciFi
Rating: 4

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Note: You can read the entire book free on Kindle Unlimited (Join here) although the rest of the books are not in the program. You’ll have to buy them seperately.

Synopsis: A group of children escape to earth when their planet is destroyed. And now they are being hunted down by the same aliens who destroyed their home. They also suspect that these beings also want to destroy earth. They have special powers and abilities to protect themselves. And the story mostly follows a boy named Jon Smith who is next in line to be killed because three are dead and he is number four. The children can only be killed in order. So, he has to deal with his emerging powers, defend himself from high school bullies, try not to fall in love, stay alive, and ultimately find the other kids from his planet so they can save earth.

My Thoughts: I saw the movie before reading the book. They were both good, but the book is definitely better (or maybe I’m just biased). It’s told mostly in the first person from Jon’s point of view. It moved along at a fairly good pace. It felt liked it slowed down quiet a bit in the middle. But not enough to make me put down the book. Overall it was a fast, fun read that threw me right back into my younger years and made me feel like a kid all over again.

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