A： Hello, Mr. Chen. Won't you sit down？
B： Thanks a lot.
A： I'm Zhang Yifei, the personnel manager. Nice to meet you.
B： How do you do, Mr. Zhuang？I'm pleased to see you.
A： How, you probably know that this interview is mostly to test your and English, so just relax, and let's have a chat, shall we？
B： It's pleasure.
A： Let me ask you some questions about yourself. Please tell me your full name.
B： My full name is Chen Zhibin.
A： Where do you come from？
B： I come from Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province.
A： Are you from an ethnic minority group？
B： Yes, my nationality is Tujia.
A： How many people are there in your family？
B： There are five of us: my grandmother, my parents, an elder sister and me.
A： How do you get along with your sister？
B： We get along very well. She is one year senior to me. When I go home during holidays every year, we go boating and mountain-climbing together a lot.
A： Do you think you are quite extroverted or intorverted？
B： Well, I always enjoy being with a group of people and chatting with others. But when it comes to reading, I prefer to be by myself. On the whole, I'm quite outgoing.
A： Why do you want to be a tourist guide？
B： I like to travel and I also like meeting various kinds of people, so I think guiding Chinese tourist abroad would be very interesting.
A： What courses have you completed at Beijing Institute of Foreign Language for Tourism？
B： In addition to English, I have studied Economics of Tourism, Tourist Marketing, Tourist Psychology, Tourist Culures, Tourist Etiquette Science, Guiding Methods and Techniques, Vocational Ethics of Tourism, Law of Tourism, and so on.
A： Have you learned any other foreign languages other than English？
B： Yes, I have learned a little French.
A： What are the responsibilities of a tourist guide？
B： A tourist guide must be responsible for arranging and coordinating tour activities, and offering service of transportation, accommodations, sightseeing, shopping and entertainment.
A： Have you ever had any actual experience as a tourist guide？
B： I have a little experience. I guided a few groups of foreign tourists around Beijing last winter vacation. I showed them to the Great Wall, the Imperial Palace, the Ming Tombs, the Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace.
A： You know that it's hard work.
B： Yes, I know. But I don't mind working hard.
A： I'd like to ask you a few questions. Which river is the longest one in America？
B： The Mississippi River.
A： Can you name some large cities in the U.S.A.？
B： New York, Washington, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Houston, Chicago, only to mention a few among many.
A： What is the Yellowstone National Park famous for？
B： It's well-known for its natual geysers.
A： In which state is the Grand Canyon？
B： In Arizona.
A： There is a famous tourist attraction between the U.S.A. and Canada. What is it？
B： Niagara Falls.
A： It seems to me that you won't fail to answer any questions. Now tell me when you can start to work here.
B： I'll come down to Guangzhou as soon as I receive my diploma and bachelor's degree certificate next month.
A： Is there anything you want to ask about？
B： No. I only wish that you could give me a definite answer to my application as soon as possible.
A： OK, I can give you a postive answer right here and now: tomorrow I'm going to send a letter of acceptance to your institute. So you can go back to Beijing at ease.
B： Thank you, Mr. Zhuang, for your kind offer.
A： See you then.
B： See you！