A: Can I talk to the manager, please?
B: Yes, I am the manager here.
A: I understand you have an opening for a secretarial position.
B: Yes. Please sit down. Who referred you to this company?
A: I've read your newspaper ads in New York Times,My name is Clare Kelly.
B: Let' s discuss your educational background, Ms Kelly. You were an English major,weren'tyou?
A: Yes. That's right. It was my best subject at college.
B:Fine. And could you tell me what kind of work experience you've had?'
A:My last position was with Loomis and Martin.That's a law firm in Sacramento.
B:And when was that exactly?
A:From 2009 to 2014.
A:Before that I worked for Bishop and Baldwin. That was from 2006 to 2009. And I've been doing freelance work for the last few months.
B:Good. Can you furnish a letter of recommendation from them?9A:Certainly, I can.
B: Well, Ms Kelly, your qualifications for the job are excellent. Could you tell me what kind of salary you are expecting?"A: Well, in my last job I was making $ 4500 a month. I understand that this position has a starting salary of around $ 5000 a month.
B: That's right.
A: That would be fine with me.
B: And is there anything you'd like to ask about the job?
A: Yes, I'd like to know if the company provides opportunities for further education.
B: Yes, our employees are allowed to take up to six hours a week at full pay, to attend college courses.
A : That's very generous.
B: Is there anything else you'd like to know?
A: No, not at this time.
B: Well, I've enjoyed meeting and talking with you. We will keep your application in our active file. 18 Please contact us next Wednesday.
A:Thank you.I appreciate the time you've given me.Good-bye.