A: Why do you want to become an editor?
B: Well, I’ve always enjoyed writing since childhood. I kept a diary, and I wrote in it every day. And I’m very curious about and enjoy learning things I get interested in, and building up my own knowledge. And when I thought about how to use those sides of my personality, I decided to become a journalist.
B:我从小就喜欢写作。我每天都坚持写曰 记。我对感兴趣的事非常好奇，喜欢在这方面钻研并积累相关知识。考虑到自 己在这方面的特长，我立志要成为一名记者。
A: Have you ever had a foreign instructor in English composition?
B: Yes, my college teacher was an American. H6 was also our adviser on our English language newspaper.
A: Can you name one person you respect very much?
B: I think it’s Albert Einstein. He invented so many things for us which made our life more convenient and happier.
B:我想是阿尔伯特?爱因斯坦。他为我们 f明了那么多使我们生活更加方便和幸 福的东西。
A: What do you like to do in your spare time?
B: Well, I like fishing and stamp-collecting especially.
A: It can be a tough 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 of it?
B: I would be glad to do routine work sometimes If I would 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’ll let you know within a week.
A:我想这种职位对你是个很好的开始，我 们可以考虑一下,但是我今天不能给你 一个明确的答复。不过,我们会在一周 之内通知你的。
B: Fine. Thank you very much, Miss Wang. Good-bye.