Is it possible to use any adjective to describe one's behaviour or even facial gestures when we know these could impress the interviewer, say, in an speaking test (resulting in a better mark)?
'...even the body language you use and your facial gestures could be ................. in/on the mark!'
I think it's possible to say it will impress the interviewer, but what if I want to use the word mark or score? Could any adjective like 'impressive' or 'influential' fit in the blank above?
EDIT: I realised I completely misunderstood the original, but I have left my initial answer anyway. I now realise that the "on the mark" at the end refers to your score. Firstly, I would say "your" mark/score. You could say "even your facial gestures could have an influence on your mark" or "could influence your score". I don't think "could be influential" sounds natural.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 26-Oct-2012 at 08:12. Reason: Edited due to misunderstanding
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