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interviewnoun

  • ja面接、面会、会談
  • ena meeting in which someone asks you questions to see if you are suitable for a job or course in college

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Hello, my name is Vera, and I'm a robot.
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And what's your name?
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Hi, my name is Jason Bellini.
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This is Vera, a robot that does job interviews.
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What are the 3 top important tips for a salesperson?
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She's done 10,000 of them and counting.
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I got a job interview I gotta get ready for.
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I thought you already have a job.
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And people say you don't pay attention.
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Knock it off! Okay? I'm interviewing you.
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No, you said that I'd be conducting the interview when I walked in here.
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Now, exactly how much pot did you smoke?
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Some companies intentionally keep you waiting and waiting for your interview.
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The intent is twofold.
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They wanna see how you handle anxiety, so stay calm.
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And they wanna see how you treat the receptionist—
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like a human being.
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I want the job.
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I really do.
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It's just the rest of my family's in the Finger Lakes right now.
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I'm supposed to be in the Finger Lakes right now.
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I told them I was on a hike, snuck away to do this interview.
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I gotta get back pretty soon or they'll worry.
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People disappear in the Finger Lakes.
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So if you are young and maybe you spent a lot of time on a phone,
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and you wanna succeed, let's say, in a job interview,
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or you wanna succeed in the workforce in general,
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A. Embrace conversation.
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Even if it's uncomfortable, get on the phone or go sit down with people, and actually talk with them face to face.
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I'm offering you the opportunity to become a Kingsman.
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Like a spy?
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Of sorts.
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You are about to embark on the most dangerous job interview in the world.
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What do these do?
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They electrocute you.
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Don't be ridiculous.
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It's a hand grenade.

Other meanings for interview...

interviewverb

  • jaインタビューする、面接する
  • ento talk with someone or to question someone in order to get more information about that person
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Name.
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- Dwight Schrute. - Thank you, Mr. Snoot.
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We will let you know.
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You have to interview me.
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I just did.
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The answer to that 1 question told me everything I need to know.
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Let me interview you while you're doing all this prep work.
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How long have you been a chef, Helmut?
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Well, I would say about 25-28 years.
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Knock it off! Okay? I'm interviewing you.
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No, you said that I'd be conducting the interview when I walked in here.
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Now, exactly how much pot did you smoke?
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Gosh, maybe it would be easier if I just interviewed you.
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Great idea.
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Well, Eddie, do you have any questions for me, for Conan, for Harvard?
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Yes.
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How hard will they make him work?
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Eddie loves hard work.
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- Huh? - Huh.
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How many times have we interviewed a writer in the last 10 years?
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Rolling Stone doesn’t interview writers.