M: Sarah, you work in the Admissions Office, don’t you?
W: Yes, I am... I’ve been here ten years as an Assistant Director.
M: Really? What does that involve?
M: Only postgraduates?
W: Yes, postgraduates only. I have nothing at all to do with undergraduates.
M: different national groups? I mean,do you get large numbers from Latin America or...
W: Yes. Well, of all the students enrolled last year,nearly half were from overseas.They were from African countries, the Far East,the Middle East, and Latin America.
M: Em. (2)_________________________.
W: Well, I’ve been doing the same job. Er, before that,I was secretary of the medical school at Birmingham,and further back, I worked in the local government.
M: Oh, I see.
W: So I’ve done different types of things.
M: Yes, indeed. (3)_________________________.How do you imagine your job might develop in the future? Can you imagine shifting into a different kind of responsibility or doing something...
W: Oh, yeah, from October 1, I’ll be doing an entirely different job.There’s going to be more committee work.I mean, more policy work, and less dealing with students,unfortunately... I’ll miss my contact with students.