There are many different ways you could describe how you have prepared correspondence. You may describe different situations in which you've stepped up and lead action to be done for example.
The right response: he'd say it was excellent. The potential employer you're interviewing with wants to know if you'll be reliable.
Yes, they would not bother talking to you if they were not interested in employing you. Good Luck
There are a lot of immigrants coming into the country. The job applications have been changed a bit to apply to everyone. If English is your native tounge, simply state that. Otherwise, mention that English is your second language and your skill level. Can you speak English or just understand basic phrases? You typed the question here so I'm assuming you can write and read English. ~ yes
Here are some tips:
- Do some homework - find out about the place you're interviewing so you know enough to ask a few pertinent questions. Know what sorts of jobs they have, for example, and what kinds of people they hire. Learn the names of some of the people you might be working for.
- Dress appropriately - wear business clothes, not jeans and a t-shirt. Employers are going to pay more attention to someone who looks like they've gone to a bit of trouble to look nice
- Be polite - always remember your manners when on an interview. Call people Sir or Ma'am, say please and thank you, and don't talk when someone else is talking.
- Be honest - don't lie when you're answering questions. You'll be found out sooner or later, and you're likely to get fired or laid off if you got your job by lying. Better to tell the truth and take the consequences up front than take worse consequences further down the road.
- Think - figure out your strong points before you go to the interview, and be ready to blow your own horn in a polite manner. Also know your weak points and be prepared to explain how you are planning to overcome those shortcomings in the future. Show that you've put some thought into this interview and you'll impress the employers.