Нужна очень помощь, прошу помогите пожалуйста
Я никак не могу разобраться. ( есть только предположение что 2-C и 3-A) про другие статьи понять не могу.
Read the article and choose a heading for each of the paragraphs from the list below. There is one extra heading.
A. Practice Interviewing
B. During the Phone Interview
C. Be Prepared to Interview
D. How to spoil your interview
E. A Telephone Interview
1.___ Employers use telephone interviews as a way of identifying and recruiting candidates for employment. Phone interviews are often used to screen candidates in order to narrow the number of applicants who will be invited for in-person interviews. They are also used as a way to minimize the expenses involved in interviewing out-of-town candidates. While you're actively job searching, it's important to be prepared for a phone interview on a moment's notice. You never know when a recruiter might call and ask if you have a few minutes to talk.
Prepare for a phone interview just as you would for a regular interview. Compile a list of your strengths and weaknesses, as well as a list of answers to typical phone interview questions. In addition, plan on being prepared for a phone conversation about your background and skills. · Keep your resume in clear view, so it's at your fingertips when you need to answer questions.
· Have a short list of your accomplishments available to review.
· Have a pen and paper handy for note taking.
· Turn call-waiting off so your call isn't interrupted.
· If the time isn't convenient, ask if you could talk at another time and suggest some alternatives.
· Clear the room - evict the kids and the pets. Turn off the stereo and the TV. Close the door.
· Unless you're sure your cell phone service is going to be perfect, consider using a landline to avoid a dropped call or static on the line.
Talking on the phone isn't as easy as it seems. I've always found it's helpful to practice. Have a friend or family member conduct a mock interview and tape record it so you can see how you sound over the phone. Any cassette recorder will work. You'll be able to hear your "ums" and "uhs" and "okays" and you can practice reducing them
from your conversational speech. Also rehearse answers to those typical questions you'll be asked.
· Don't smoke, chew gum, eat, or drink.
· Smile. Smiling will project a positive image to the listener and will change the tone of your voice.
· Speak slowly and enunciate clearly.
· Use the person's title (Mr. or Ms. and their last name.) Only use a first name if they ask you to.
· Take your time - it's perfectly acceptable to take a moment or two to collect your thoughts.
· Give short answers.
· Remember your goal is to set up a face-to-face interview. After you thank the interviewer ask if it would be possible to meet in person.