A: Can I help you?
B: I’m calling about your ad. for a waiter. Is the postion still vacant?
A: Yes, may I know your name?
B: Yes, my name is Brian
A: Can you spell it for me?
B: B-R-I-A-N Brian
A: Thank you. Could you come for an interview?
B: Sure. What time will be suitable?
A: What about 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon?
B: That’s fine
A: When you come, ask for Ms. White, the personel manager
B: Yes, I see. Thank you very much, goodbye
Next day, Brian knocks at the door
A: Come in please
B: I’m Brian. I’ve come for an interview as arranged
A: Oh, I see. I’m Ms. White, personal manager. Take a seat, please
B: Glad to meet you. Ms White
A: Mr Brian, have you any experience in restaurant service?
B: Yes, since I graduated from the vocational school, I have been working in a fast-food restaurant as a waitress
A: For how long?
B: Two years
A: Our restaurant receives a lot of foreign customers. Can you serve them in English?
B: That’s the reason why I apply for this job. Now, I’m studying Hotel English in an evening course. And I’m quite familiar with the Western courtesy and restaurant etiquette. I am sure my public relation skills will leave a strong impression on your customers
A: You must know our working hours are very long and overtime work is frequent
B: I don’t mind that
A: I think I’ll give you a 3 months’trial. The salary for this period is 800 dollars a month, no bonus. After that period, if we both feel sastified, a formal contract will be signed
B:When I am supposed to start working?
A: Next Monday. Bring your resume and vocational school diploma with you
B:Yes, I will. Thank you, Ms. White. Goodbye