M: Ah, Miss Lynn, Miss Catherine Lynn isn't it?Well, now let me see. You're a graduate of Columbia, aren't you?In marketing? (1)_________________________________?Is this really your kind of job?
W: I think the job of marketing executive in a company of this sort is very much my sort of job.I'm not a graduate yet, though, my final exams begin in June.
M: Yes, well, all right. How much do you know about what we do?I mean, publishing business books? Any experience of that at all?It doesn't look like it from what you say in your letter.What sort of place was it that you worked in last summer, as a,what did you say, a sales lady?
W: It was a department store. I said so in my letter.
M: Oh yes, I see, well,what part of the store? Books? Office supplies?
W: Well, no. Nothing like that. (2)_______________________________.
M: Were you good at selling?
W: I can't really tell from having done that.People know what they want when they come into that sort of department.Either you have it or you don't, and if you haven't,you can't persuade them to buy something else instead, can you?
M: Well, OK. Let’s get back to the matter in hand.So you’re a graduate, or you soon will be as you said.(3)__________________________________________.Well, I’m going to offer you this job though.Low salary. Six months on trial.Will you agree with that?
W: Well, I think I will accept it.