CAREER PATHS (DISCUSSING STRENGHTS AND WEAKNESSES (WORD (CONFIDENT …
DISCUSSING STRENGHTS AND WEAKNESSES
(limonare, far credere)
PULL IT OFF
(portarlo a termine)
GRANTED, YOU HAVE TO BE..
(certo, devi essere...)
LOSING SIGHT OF HIS DREAM
(perdendo di vista il suo sogno)
HOW CAME HE DOESN'T SEE THAT?
(come mai non lo vede?)
IF IT ALL GOES IN BELLY-UP
(se tutto va a gameb all'aria)
he is JUST IN IT FOR THE MONEY
(è solo interessato ai soldi)
THOUGHEN ME UP
Use I wish I'd or if only I'd + past participle to express regret or disappointment about your past actions.
If only I'd been a little more resilient.
Use I wish or if only + subject + past perfect verb to express disappointment about someone else's past actions
I wish Erica had kept sight of her dream.
maybe + subject + should have.
Maybe I should have been more ambitious.
TALKING ABOUT YOUR CAREER
PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Use the structure had been with the -ing form of the verb to talk about an event that happened over a period of time in the past, before another event or action started.
Apparently can convey attitudes of surprise, suspicion or uncertainty.
Ideally can convey an attitude of hope or preference
Realistically can indicate that you are being practical
Have you looked into that at all?
I think I'll end up at the local one
I HAVE A SOLID BACKGROUND IN administration.
I HAVE EXTENSIVE EXEPERIENCE IN sales
PRIOR TO MY JOB WITH First Pride, I WAS WORKING ON my master's.
I ADVANCED FROM writer TO editor.
YOU'VE ACCOMPLISHED a great deal.
You set your sights high, IF I MAY SAY SO
WRITING ABOUT YOUR CAREER PATH
(carriera di ripiego)
REAL ESTATE MARKET
(negozio al dettaglio)
the market PICK UP
economy TURNS AROUND enough
in some way, SHAPE or FORM