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Here is some information about a Professional Portfolio:
What is a professional Portfolio?
A professional portfolio should be an accurate representation of your current qualifications and a reflection of your past work experiences (which may include previous performance evaluations).
Why do I need a professional Portfolio?
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Here's the link!
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1. stuck with
Complete the sentences with phrasal verbs from lesson #108. Be sure the phrasal verbs are in the correct tense.
Once you have prepared for the actual interview, you must consider what questions they may ask you. Be prepared to talk about yourself A LOT! Know your strengths and weaknesses but always turn your weaknesses into strengths. Here are some sample questions:
1. Tell me about yourself.
2. What are some of your strengths? Weaknesses?
3. What are your hobbies and interests?
4. Why do you want this position?
5. What is the most challenging part of this job for you?
We have seen in previous lesson that phrasal verbs are sometimes followed by the -ing form. We have also seen that transitive phrasal verbs sometimes take gerund objects. At a glance, there seems to be no difference between these two constructions:
1. get to
Complete the sentences with phrasal verbs from lesson #105. Be sure the phrasal verbs are in the correct tense.
The focus of this lesson is an expanded definition of the two-word phrasal verb get to and the three-word phrasal verb get back to. The purpose is to try to make some sense out of a seemingly limitless number of idiomatic combinations of get, to, and various particles and adverbs, in particular right and back, and to demon¬strate that many phrasal verbs comprised of get and a particle are actually variations of get to that can be modified with right andlor back.