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    How to address the interviewer?

    My wife is going to take part in an interview. In the interview, she has to make a self introduction in English. The interviewers are femal teachers (not sure whether they are professors or not). So in the begining, how can I address them? E.g Good morning, dear teachers? or just "Hello everyone?"

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    Quote Originally Posted by cnjackie88 View Post
    My wife is going to take part in have an interview. In the interview, she has to make a self introduction introduce herself in English. The interviewers are female teachers (I'm not sure whether they are professors or not). So in At the beginning start, how can I my wife address them? E.g For example, are "Good morning, dear teachers" or just "Hello everyone" OK?
    I'd just go with "Good morning" or "Good morning, everyone".

    Note my corrections above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    @emsr2d2 could you please help me with the self introduction?

    Good morning. It is my pleasure to introduce myself. I am [name removed by moderator], graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine five years ago,and now working in Zhongda Hospital.
    During my college, I once was awarded the Third-class People's Scholarship and passed CET-4 already. Besides, I also joined in some school community activities, like "first aid in home care ". Taking part in the out-of-the-classroom activities helped me to understand the importance of nursing and guided me to think about my long-term goal-being a nursing expert. I have a sister and a brother, all of us went to colleges, so my parents worked every hard to support us. In order to share their burden, I did some part-time jobs. All these experiences have made me a tough and aspirant person.
    I think one of my greatest strengths is analytical thinking. During my rotation in nursing department, I found the work there is very out of order. So, I created a work-flow for reference which also helps the following colleagues there.
    Zhongda hospital has witnessed my growth. In the first year I did not good in nursing theory test but now I am able to get full marks. Once I knew nothing about QCC, but I keep learning. Finally in 2019, I won the first prize in PDCA competition held in Nanjing.
    If I am lucky enough to study in this great university, I will make every effort to gain great achievement in the near future. That’s all about me. Thank you for giving me such a wonderful opportunity.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 04-May-2020 at 14:26. Reason: Remove personal information (GS); enlarged font (emsr2d2)

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    Can I suggest that your wife join the forum herself? It would be a lot easier for us to help if we're dealing with the person who's actually going to be interviewed. It will also help us get an idea of her level/standard of English so we'll be better placed to make suggestions that will sound natural when she says them.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    I have recommended this forum to her.

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    I have let her register the forum, but her account is still awaiting for activation. Coule you please make the activation as soon as possible. Her ID name is "cn-emma".

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    Re: How to address the interviewer?

    I have let her She has registered on the forum, but her account is still awaiting for activation. Could you please make the activation activate it as soon as possible? Her ID username is "cn-emma".
    She has joined successfully. She posted yesterday and her post has responses. We will continue to help your wife directly in her own threads so this thread is now closed.

    Here is the link to her first thread.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 05-May-2020 at 09:28.
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