Book: Colm Downes «Cambridge English for Job-Hunting (+ CD)»
Серия: "Cambridge English for..."
"Cambridge English for Job-Hunting" is for upper-intermediate to advanced level (B2-C1) learners of English who need to use English during the job application process. The course can be used in the classroom or for self-study. Ideal for working professionals and those new to the world of employment, the course develops the specialist language knowledge and communication skills that job-seekers need to apply for and secure jobs. "Cambridge English for Job-Hunting" comprises six standalone units covering core areas such as preparing a CV, writing a cover letter and answering interview questions. By featuring authentic material such as CV's and letters, learners are given practical experience in preparing vital documentation. The course also features a special focus on the interview scenario, including extracts from interviews on the Audio CD. As well as familiarising learners with commonly asked interview questions, the course also develops more advanced interviewing...
Издательство: "Cambridge University Press" (2008)
Формат: 190x246, 112 стр.
ISBN: 978-0-521-72215-5 Купить за 1879 руб на Озоне
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|Cambridge English for Job-hunting. Student's Book (with 2 Audio CDs) (+ Audio CD)||A short self-study or classroom course (40-60 hours) for professionals and students who need to apply for jobs in English. Cambridge English for Job-hunting is designed to develop the specialist… — Cambridge University Press, Cambridge English for ... Подробнее...||2008||1878||бумажная книга|
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