I: How many languages canyou speak?
C: Three. Besides Chinese, my mother tongue, I can also speak English and French. / Two. Chinese is my native language and English is my second language.
I: What foreign languages can you speak?
C: I can speak English and German as well. / I can only speak English as far as foreign languages are concerned. 我要收藏
I: What’s your second language in addition to Chinese?
C: English, of course.
I: Which band of College English Test have you passed?
C: Band Four (Six).
I: Do you think you’re proficient in both written and spoken English?
C: Yes, I think l’m quite proficient in both written and spoken English?
I: Can you speak English fluently?
C: Yes, I can.
I: Do you think you speak English quite fluently? Tell me about your English education.
C: Yes, I think I speak English quite fluently. I got a high score on TOEFL. I majored in English at college.
I: Can you make yourself understood in English without too much difficulty?
C: Yes, I think my oral English is fairly good.
I: Do you think you can make yourself understood in Englishwith ease?
C: Yes, I think I can in ordinary circumstances?
I: One of the most important things for this job is English proficiency. Can you use English freely?
C: Yes, I think so. I can communicate with foreigners easily. They say my English is quite good.
I: You would be mainly using English in this job. Can you manage English conversation?
C: Yes, I’m sure I can.
I: Employees in this company have to have a good command of English. Tell me about your ability in speaking and understanding English.
C: Ithink I speak English quite fluently. I attended an evening class for EngHsh conversation for two years after my graduation from the university. And I often read books in English and "China Daily" in English edition. In this way my ability to understand English is very strong.
I: The English competency is very important here. How is your English proficiency?
C: As you may learn from my resume, I studied biology in Canada for two years. So I may say that I am quite competent in listening to, speaking, reading and writing English.
I: Can you speak standard sentry?
C: Yes, I can. Though I’m a Cantonese, I’ve been learning sentry ever since I was a primary school pupil becauseall the teachers spoke sentry in class.
I: Can you speak Cantonese?
C: Yes, I can. Although I come from Hunan Province , I’ve gained mastery of Cantonese since I’ve been living in Guangdong, for ten years. / Only a little, because I’ve been in Guangzhou for less than three years. / I’m sorry, I can’t. But I can speak Hakka.
I: Can you speak the Shanghai dialect (Pekingese)?
C: Of course, I can. I’m a Shangbai lander (Pekingese) / No, I can’t.
I: Do you understand the local dialect?
C: Yes. I’m a native here. / Sorry, sir. I don’t. I’m a newcomer here.