A: Please sit down.
B: Thank you.
A: From reading over your resume, I assume your English is quite good. Have you had any experience in the writing field?
B: No, I haven’t had any professional experience, but I have always been interested in creative writing.
A: Have you ever had a foreign instructor in English composition?
B: Yes, my college teacher was an Australian. She was also our adviser on our English language newspaper. I was the editor for two years.
B:有,我的大学老师是澳大利亚人，她也是 我们英文报纸的顾问，我做了两年的编 辑。
A: That’s very interesting. Tell me what you did exactly.
B: Well, I planned the layout of the newspaper and then I assigned various articles and columns to other students to write. I wrote the editorial each time.
B:嗯，我设计报纸的版面，然后分配各种文 章和专栏给其他学生去写，我每次都写 社论。
A: What is your aim in going into the field of journalism?
B: To be frank with you, I would like nothing better than to be an overseas reporter some day.
A: That can be a rough job, you know.
B: Yes, I know that. But I like adventure and excitement in my writing.
A: Well, working in an editorial office may not be exciting enough for you. What do you think?
B: I would be glad to do routine work sometimes, if I could be assured of making advancements in the future.
A: I think this type of position would be a very good start for you. I am quite sure we can work something out for you, but I cannot give you a definite answer today. We will let you know within just a few days.
A:我想这种职位对你会是个很好的开始， 我确信我们可以替你想办法,但我今天 不能给你一个明确的答复，几天之内我 们就会让你知道。
B: Fine. Thank you very much.