5 Ways To Describe Yourself In An Interview

Have an interview soon? As per usual, Scrambled Eggs is here to help! 

Here are five ways to describe yourself to potential employers during an interview:

Business interview English vocabulary

Do you think you’re a creative person? Maybe only a little? This next adjective might be better suited for you:

Business interview English vocabulary

If you’re even a little self-motivated, it’s a great way to describe yourself to impress potential bosses. They’ll definitely love the next description too!

Business interview English vocabulary

You can be sure that Scrambled Eggs’ teachers are always reliable! That’s because we’re always here to help you with any language problems. For example, do you know the next adjective?

Business interview English vocabulary

If you aren’t hard-working, you might have trouble finding a great job! Finally, here’s one more adjective that’s absolutely perfect for any future interviews you have:

Business interview English vocabulary

So, there are our top 5 business interview adjectives. Can you use them all correctly? Do you think they’re appropriate for you? One thing’s certain, if you can drop these words into your personal description during an interview it’s sure to impress the people sitting opposite you!

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The National Monument of Scotland

To help you practice reading in English, we’ve written another article! Read all about one of Edinburgh’s top places, and then try our quiz below to test yourself.

The National Monument of Scotland is one of the most famous attractions in Scotland’s beautiful capital city – Edinburgh. It’s situated on Calton Hill, which is in the city centre, slightly east of the popular Princes Street (the most important shopping street of Edinburgh). Calton Hill can be seen from all over the city, which means that the National Monument is one of the most recognizable sights to see.

It was designed during 1823-6 and based on the world-famous Parthenon in Athens, Greece. However, after construction started in 1829 the project very soon ran out of funds and so it was left unfinished. While there have been many ideas since then about how to finish the work, it has been left in its original state because of the cost and also primarily a lack of local enthusiasm.

The monument is Scotland’s national memorial to the soldiers and sailors who died fighting in the Napoleonic wars. However, because of it’s strange unfinished appearance and iconic status, it’s much more famous nowadays for being a fantastic place to take incredible photos of the picturesque city, enjoy a walk with friends or chill out on a sunny day. For anyone visiting Edinburgh, the monument should be at the top of their to-do list, along with the other attractions on Calton Hill such as the Nelson Monument, the Dugald Stewart Monument and the Robert Burns Monument.

calton hill monument in the edinburgh snow

Have you read it all? Now see if you can remember all the information by taking our quiz:

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Too vs. Enough – English Language Exercise

Too vs. Enough – a classic debate as to how to truly describe your feelings about something. But don’t jump to conclusions – as there are many forms of too and they can get very tricky at times! Today’s blog post is dedicated to consolidating that knowledge, while also working on your Business English language skills!

Before we get started, be sure to have a look at our English language explanation graphic, which describes the many facets of the word too and how to properly use it:

Have you studied it? Now it’s time to test your skills with an English language quiz! Be sure to refer back to this graphic if you are confused about which form of the word you need to use!

Too vs. Enough Fill In the Blank Quiz

Test your knowledge of too vs enough using the following exercise!

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