Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-G) for each question.
A. Thanks. I improved my accent during the time I worked in the international school.
B. Once in a while I might meet a rude student or a disobedient one.
C. Well, that school is too far from my house.
D. I was lucky to get some training at the international school, too.
E. I was patient and tolerant with them. I believed that when they saw how much I cared about them, they would change their ways.
F. Thank you.
G. Yes. I taught English for six years at a state school before I started to work in an international school.
Interviewer: Please take a seat.
Interviewer: So let's get down to business. I understand from your CV that you have a lot of teaching experience.
Interviewer: I see. You speak English very well. You almost have a British accent.
Interviewer: You also said in your CV that you have many skills.
Interviewer: Did you have any problems with the students there?
Interviewer: And how did you deal with them?
Interviewer: That sounds great! So why do you want to start working at our school?
Interviewer: I see. Will you be willing to do a three-month trial period here?