Getting a Job Listening Lesson with Audio and Quiz for ESL
Speaking English Lessons
English Speaking Basics
Regular English Lessons
Business English Lessons
Interview English Lessons
Travel English Lessons
Idioms and Phrases
Full Lesson Index
Basic Listening Lessons
Intermediate Listening Lessons
Advanced Listening Lessons
Extra English Lessons
English Grammar Basics
English Speaking Articles
5 Rules for Speaking Fluency
Grammar for Speaking
Intonation and Speed
Intermediate Listening Lesson #33
Listen to Dialog
Do not view the questions until after you have listened to the audio file. Reading the questions first will not help you improve your English listening skills.
Quiz - View Questions
1. Where did he get a job?
At a computer software company
At a marketing company
At a consulting firm
At an accounting firm
2. What things did he stop worrying about after getting a job?
How to pay the bills
How to explain to his mother
Not having to job search and interview anymore
Feeling like a loser
3. When does he start work?
On June 1st
On April 15th
4. How is he feeling about starting work?
Relieved and happy
Nervous and excited
Scared and worried
None of the above
1. At a consulting firm
2. Not having to job search and interview anymore
3. Next Monday
4. Nervous and excited
If you are uncertain about the answers to the questions, listen to the audio file again after having read the questions. After you have made all your selections, you may view the answers to see how you did.
Show Conversation Dialog
A: "Hey Matt. I just got a job at a consulting firm."
B: "Congratulations. That's great!"
A: "I'm so happy. I don't have to worry about finding a job and interviewing anymore."
B: "When do you start?"
A: "I start next Monday."
B: "You're going to have to put in a lot of hours you know."
A: "I know. I'm a little nervous, but it's pretty exciting."
B: "I bet. You must be stoked."
A: "Yeah. I'm going to celebrate tonight. Wanna hang out?"
B: "Sure. It's on you right?"
A: "Of course. How about Toby? Should we call him?"
B: "I don't know. He's a little depressed. He's having a hard time finding a job right now."
A: "I should still tell him. In the least, I can refer him to my company. It might help."
B: "That sounds like a good idea."
You should read the Conversation Dialog to help you study after going through the listening lesson. Do not view the Conversation Dialog prior to listening to the audio, or prior to answering all the questions.
Download all the conversations
for your mp3 player. Hundreds of dialogs and printable lessons are available for download in the TalkEnglish Offline Package. Go to the
page and download today!
If you see this text and you are using FireFox, please download the FlashPlayer Plugin.
Copyright © 2005 - 2013 TALKENGLISH.COM