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So, you agree with the salary we are offering you for the job? 
Interviewee: Yes I do. There is something that I would like to ask you. How many days of holiday would I be entitled to? 
Interviewer: No problem. For this position you will receive 30 days of paid holiday each year. There's no restriction on when you can take them. So, you can take a day off or two weeks off at any time you want. 
Interviewee: Does the 30 days of paid holiday include bank holidays like Christmas Day or May Day? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Interviewer: No, you receive 30 days in addition to all the banks holidays in the year. You are also paid for the bank holidays as well. 
Interviewee: How many hours a week would I be working? 
Interviewer: Well, the job is full-time, so that would be 35 hours a week. That does not include the one hour for lunch. 
Interviewee: In my current job I do flexitime. I can work the hours when I prefer to. Normally, I start at 11am and finish at 7pm. Would it be possible to do the same here? 
Interviewer: I am afraid that for this position there is no flexitime. So you would have to start at 9am and finish at 5pm. Also, I need to mention about the dress code at the office. If you are meeting with clients then you have to wear formal business clothes. But if not, then the dress code is smart casual. You don't have to wear a suit or tie, but you can't wear jeans or t-shirts. 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Interviewee: It is the same where I currently work. 
Interviewer: The last thing I need to tell you about is the benefits package that comes with the job. 
Interviewee: Is there a pension scheme? 
Interviewer: Yes there is. The company pays money into a private pension scheme which you will start to receive when you retire at 67. With the position, you will also be entitled to private health insurance. The company will pay for you to see a private doctor and go to a private hospital for any treatment. 
Interviewee: Does the benefits package include a company car? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Interviewer: Yes, the company will provide you with your own car to use for general travel and business trips. Plus, you will be paid for all your expenses when you are on business trips, like buying meals and staying in hotels. 
Interviewee: Do you have a share scheme? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
STRESS AND INTONATION – SOUND MORE NATURAL!
To blend in better, to make yourself understood, English teachers should help with accent reduction. We’ll work on word stress, sentence intonation and English pronunciation. 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Emphatic Stress
If you decide to emphasize something, you can change the stress from the principal noun to another content word. This emphasis calls attention to the extraordinary nature of what you want to emphasize.
For example:
That was a difficult test. - Standard statement
That was a difficult test. - Emphasizes how difficult the test was
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Contrastive Stress
Contrastive stress is used to point out the difference between one object and another. Contrastive stress tends to be used with determiners such as 'this, that, these and those'.
For example:
I think I prefer this color. Do you want these or those curtains?
Contrastive stress is also used to bring out a given word in a sentence which will also slightly change the meaning.
He came to the party yesterday. (It was he, not someone else.)
He walked to the party yesterday. (He walked rather than drove.)
He came to the party yesterday. (It was a party not a meeting or something else.)
He came to the party yesterday. (It was yesterday not two weeks ago or some other time.)
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
New Information Stress
When asked a question, the requested information is naturally stressed more strongly.
For example:
Where are you from? - I come from Seattle, in the USA. What do you want to do? - I want to go bowling. When does class begin? - The class begins at nine o'clock.
Use these various types of stress to help improve your pronunciation and understandability.
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
IN SHORT:
In this class you had the opportunity to investigate more deeply initial and introductory situations that usually open the communication process. We realize that these situations obviously depend on the mastery of language, but we also realize that they also depend on the speakers’ ability to perceive and use extra linguistic factors that can be useful tools. These tools actually allow speakers to enhance their performance. Today we also concentrated in training pronunciation through reading dialogues and expressions characteristics of each presented and discussed situation.
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 – Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA – PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Tema da Apresentação