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by Jo
Rated: E · Interview · Other · #2072831
Would a native English Speaker talk like this?
(Let's say A, an employer, is in the middle of interviewing B, an applicant. By the way, Feather river law school is best law school in the story.)

A:So you’re currently taking up law? Tell me more about your education.

B: After I graduated from Oak wood University with a degree in Political Science, I decided to pursue law at St. Andrews. I think one of the reasons why I went to law school was that most of my relatives are lawyers......After finishing a semester in St. Andrews, I became interested in transferring to Feather River law school. I knew I had a slim chance of getting admitted there, but I gave it a shot, and, luckily, I passed their screening process. The only issue is none of the subjects I've taken up in my previous law school was credited.

A: I see. What was your first day like in Feather River?

B:The experience was terrifying. We were given ten long cases to read three days before the start of classes. One case was a hundred pages long. But, I knew I would encounter that.


As a native English speaker, is the conversation natural or stilted?
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