Sam graduated in 1996 and had a B. S degree.
Mike: When did Sam graduate and get his degree?
Jane: In 1996.
Frank's scores in college were all excellent.
Tom: How did Frank get along with his studies in college?
Alice: All his scores were excellent.
I have learned Economics in Beijing University for four years.
Mary: What's your major in Beijing University?
I am interested in Business Management because it's very useful for my present work.
Alice: Why are you so interested in Business Management?
Eddy: Because it's very useful for my present work.
The large amount of material that has to be memorized makes Chinese history a boring subject.
Mike: Why do students think of Chinese History as a boring subject?
Jane: Because the large amount of material has to be memorized.
Kitty obtained a mark of 95 in English.
Mike: Did Kitty do well in her English test?
Jane: Yes, she obtained a 95 for her mark.
Jean was fully aware of the importance of learning English.
Mary: Did Jean realize that English is very important?
Mike: Yes, she was fully aware of the importance of learning English.
Nowadays every enterprise would prefer to hire a man who has a good command of English.
Tom: What kind of person do enterprises nowadays prefer to hire?
Alice: Someone with a good command of English.
There were so many formulas in mathematics that they were hard for Lily to remember.
Sue: Why is mathematics Lily's headache?
Jack: Because there were so many formulas in mathematics class that they were hard for Lily to remember.
I was ranked the second of my class in terms of average marks.
Jack: What records did you get at middle school?
Mary: I was ranked the second of my class in terms of average marks.
Xiao xie's theory deals with the relation between the English and American literature.
Mary: What is Xiaoxie's thesis about?
Jack: It deals with the relation between the English literature and the American literature.
I hope to make practical use of my knowledge in business in your company.
Jack: How do you think education will contribute to your future work?
Mary: I hope to make practical use of my knowledge in business in your company.
I am confident that I will get my Master of Business Administration degree this coming July.
Tom: When will you get your degree ?
Jane: I am sure that I will get my Master of Business Administration degree this coming July.
Lidong has been regarded as a gifted student since grade 1.
Amy: How do people like Lidong as a student?
Eddy: He has been regarded as a gifted one since grade 1.
Eddie's worst subject might be mathematics.
Alice: Which subject is Eddie's worst one?
Tom: It could be mathematics.
I: Would you tell me what educational background do you have?
A: Yes. I graduated from middle school in 1992, then I entered North West University.I graduated in1996.I have a B. S. degree.
I: What department did you study in?
A: I was in the Department of Physics.
I: How were your scores at college?
A: They were all excellent.
I: Which university did you graduate from?
A: Beijing University. I have studied Economics there for four years.
I: How about your education before college?
A: I finished primary school in 1990, and then entered high school. I graduate from high school in July of 1996 and then I entered Beijing University.
I: What's your major in university?
I: What course did you like best?
A: I'm very interested in Business Management very much. And I think it's very useful for my present work.
I: What are your main subjects?
A: I have taken courses on office administration, typing reports and correspondence writing.
I: Anything else?
A: Besides, I am also taking a human resource management course.
I: What do you think is the relationship between the subjects you have taken and the job you are seeking?
A: I think all these are closely related to the job of a junior secretary because it requires the ability to perform general office work and to assist the manager in handling all paper work.
I: How were you getting on with your studies?
A: I was doing well at school.
I: Which subject were you least interested in?
A: I don't like Chinese History. Not because the subject was boring, but because the large amount of material that has to be memorized.
I: When and where did you receive your MBA degree?
A: I received my MBA degree from Beijing University in 1998.
I: Did you get a good record in English?
A: Yes, I obtained 95 marks in English.
I: What was your best subject at college?
A: English was my best subject. I liked it very much.Besides, I was aware of the importance of learning English well.
I: What was your worst subject?
A: Well, that might be mathematics. There were so many formulas in mathematics that they were hard for me to remember.
I: How have you been getting on with your studies so far?
A: I have been doing quite well at college. According to the academic records I've achieved so far, I am confident that I will get my Master of Business Administration degree this coming July.
I: What does your MBA thesis deal with ?
A: It deals with macro-modulation in the socialist market economy.
I: How do you think the education you've received will contribute to your work in this institution?
A: I have already learned a lot in the classroom and I hope to make practical use of it in your company.
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