[ 2007-02-16 11:04 ]
A: Hello, Modern English. Drew here.
B: Hi, buddy, it's Marco.
A: How can I help you today?
B: Well. I am going for an interview tomorrow. Can you give me an idea of
what the interviewer will ask?
A: Well, they may ask you to tell them about your educational background and
your working background.
B: But they can see my resume. It's all in there.
A: I know, but sometimes interviewers may want to hear you say it. Then, you
may be asked for your viewpoint on why you feel you're qualified for the job,
give them all your qualifications and how you think they fit with the position
you are applying for. Questions like "What sort of experience do you have and
what are your goals?" are closely related to this,
B: Ok, what else?
A: They may want to know how the company will benefit, with your answers to
questions like "What can you offer this company?" and "Why should I hire
B: I see, what about salary?
A: Umm, they may ask you what kind of salary you had in mind, or simply tell
you what the company is offering. I think the latter is more likely for a
starting position, especially if you have little or no experience. And if they
are seriously considering hiring you, they will probably want to know when you
would be able to start working. And basically, that's about
B: Oh, thanks, Drew, you've helped me a lot.
A: Anytime, bro. Let me know how it works out.
 Why do you feel you are qualified for the job?
 What sort of experience do you
have? Sort of和kind of一样，表示某种的意思，另外，它还是一个流行的口语，当你表达不清的时侯，用这个词来调整一下。
would you be able to start working? 通常的回答是ASAP: as soon as possible.
（来源：洋话连篇 英语点津 Annabel 编辑）