(Peter回到座位坐下，便细心地研究起公司的产品来。Time flies as1 an arrow，再举手看看手表，已经12点了。大家纷纷离开座位，向门外走去。这时，Jack2走过来。)
Jack: Hei, Peter, Its time for lunch. Would3 you like to go with me Ill show you the restaurant.
Peter: Sure, thank you.
Jack: This restaurant is open to the clerk4 working in this office building. Our company5 pays6 our lunch. First we should go to the corner to take a plate.
Jack: Then we go to that window.
Jack: You should tell the waiter what you would like to have.
Jack: Id like some salad and —
Jack1: Peter, its your turn.
Jack:Ok, lets go to find a seat.
Speaker: Hi, Jack, come here.
( 原来是公司的会计Terry和市场部的Kevin。Jack 和Peter走过去。)
Jack: Hi, Terry and Kevin, this is Peter. He is new. And we work in the same department.
Jack: Peter, this is Terry, accountant. And this is Kevin. He is in marketing2 department.
Terry and Kevin: Nice to meet you.
to meet you.
A resume is a summary of your life to date and includes details of your education and work experience. A resume is also called a CV (Latin: Curriculum vitae) in some countries, especially in the UK.
The rule to resume writing is: there is no hard and fast rule! You can choose to list your career history in chronological1 order, to highlight your skills, or even to target your resume to one particular job. However, always include a cover letter with your resume.
Make sure your resume is up-to-date. Always use a PC to compile it, and try not to clutter2 it up with different font styles or clip-art. Sober and simple is best for most jobs, although, there is more flexibility3 for jobs that call for creativity. Keeping it simple also helps you to edit and personalize your resume for each future job that you apply to. If possible, use the companys language reflect the qualities that they emphasize in advertisements and pamphlets etc.
A resume should always include:
An educational history
An employment history
Your skills, talents and interests
Dont forget to spell- and grammar-check your resume and get a qualified4 friend to go over the grammar for you. You can write brief and concise5 descriptions of your experiences as well as what you have achieved through these experiences. You can illustrate6 this with certificates, diplomas, degrees, awards, and/or portfolios7.
The educational history should be brief. If you have a masters degree, your high school grades are irrelevant8. Dont use superficial adjectives, such as excellent sales results. Try to turn this around by using positive verbs instead, such as achieved 200% increase in sales.
Here are some adjectives that always look good on resumes:
For example: planned sales strategy with team of three and coordinated9 implementation10.