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I do not know (I'm not sure) if (whether) the above question is correct. In my opinion, the following sentences will be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? I can imagine that I can use these sentences interchangeably.
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Before I answer the question on my last job I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people but always by and through my own strengths.
And now, to answer a question.
First, I found a job ad on the Internet.
Afterwards, I made ​​sure that I met all the requirements.
I researched the most important information on the firm on the Internet .
I wrote a truthful resume and cover letter.
I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job.
I prepared for the interview.
I read about chemical issues associated with the work regarding the position I applied for.
I filled in gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants.
Perhaps 2 weeks later I received a phone call for an interview.
When I arrived at the interview, I was dressed simply but elegantly and without makeup.
I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers.
In a timely fashion, I was invited for a follow-up interview with the company director, who told me that I had the job. At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements.
I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to fight for a job.
Please wish me luck, because there is high of unemployment in Poland.
I hope I'll get my dream job someday.
At the end of my essay, I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she has been my biggest critic, she has been also my biggest fan:) She still uses the carrot and the stick approach.

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I do not know (I'm not sure) if (whether) the above question is correct. In my opinion, the following sentences should be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? I can imagine that you can use these sentences interchangeably.

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Before I answer the question on my last job I have to admit (explain may be better) that I never got a job by knowing the right people but always by and through my own strengths.

And now, to answer a question.

First, I found a job ad on the Internet.

Afterwards, I made ​​sure (checked) that I met all the requirements.

I researched the most important information about the firm on the Internet.

I wrote a truthful resume and cover letter.

I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job.

...to the e-mail address given in the advertisment for the job.

I prepared for the interview.

I read about chemical issues associated with the work regarding the position I applied for.

I filled in the gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants.

Perhaps 2 weeks later I received a phone call for an interview.

When I arrived at the interview, I was dressed simply but elegantly and without makeup.

I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers.

Shortly afterwards, I was invited for a follow-up interview with a company director, who told me that I had the job. At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements

...I had been successful in my application.

I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to find a job.

I will fight for a job.

Please wish me luck, because there is high of unemployment in Poland.

I hope I'll get my dream job someday.

At the end of my essay, I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she is my biggest critic, she is also my biggest fan:) She still uses the carrot and the stick approach.

Very good.

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Thank you very much for your pleasant correction. Have a nice day ...

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should be correct

I have to admit/explain that I never got a job by knowing the right people but always by and through my own strengths.

Afterwards, I made ​​sure (checked) that I met all the requirements.

I researched the most important information about the firm on the Internet.

I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given in the advertisement for the job.

I filled in the gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants.

Shortly afterwards, I was invited for a follow-up interview with a company director, who told me that I had the job.

Shortly afterwards = wkrótce potem

At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements.

I had been successful in my application.

I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to find a job.

I will fight for a job.

Please wish me luck, because there is high unemployment in Poland.

Even though she is my biggest critic, she is also my biggest fan:)

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I do not know (I'm not sure) if (whether) the above question is correct. (It is.) In my opinion, the following sentences would be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? I can imagine that I could use these sentences interchangeably.

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Before I answer the question on my last job, I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people, but always by and through my own strengths.

And now, to answer the question.

First, I found a job ad on the Internet.

Afterwards, I made ​​sure that I met all the requirements.

I researched the most important information on the firm on the Internet .

I wrote a truthful resume and cover letter.

I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job.

I prepared for the interview.

I read about chemical issues relevant to the position I applied for.

I filled in the gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants.

Perhaps 2 weeks later I received a phone call for an interview.

When I arrived at the interview, I was dressed simply, but elegantly, and without makeup.

I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers.

In a timely fashion, I was invited for a follow-up interview with the company director, who told me that I had the job. At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements.

I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to fight for a job.

Please wish me luck because there is high of unemployment in Poland.

I hope I'll get my dream job someday.

At the end of my essay, I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she has been my biggest critic, she has been also my biggest fan. :) She still uses the carrot and the stick approach.

In English, you should almost always use a comma before the word "but" and almost never before the word "because."

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Dear Buddylo,
Thank you for your correction and remarks ;) I hope you have a wonderful day :-)

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I read about chemical issues relevant to the position I applied for.

I filled in the gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants.

In my opinion, the following sentences would be correct:

I can imagine that I could use these sentences interchangeably.

In English, you should almost always use a comma before the word "but" and almost never before the word "because."

Pamiętać o stawianiu przecinka przed słowem but ( .....,but ) i nie kłaść przecinka przed słowem "because".

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relevant   ****

przymiotnik

odnoszący się do tematu, istotny 

przeciwieństwo: irrelevant

związany (z tematem), dotyczący (czegoś) 

zobacz także: related

trafny (o uwadze), istotny (o zeznaniu) 

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I do not don't know (I'm not sure) [both ok] if (whether) [both ok] the above question is correct. In my opinion, the following sentences will would be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? [nice use of a colon] I can imagine that I can use these sentences interchangeably. ------------------------------------------ Before I answer the question on about my last job I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people but always by and through my own strengths. And now, to answer a the question. First, I found a job ad on the Internet. Afterwards, I made ​​sure that I met all the requirements. I researched the most important information on about the firm on the Internet . I wrote a truthful resume and cover letter. I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job. I prepared for the interview. I read about chemical issues associated with the work regarding the position I applied for. I filled in gaps in my knowledge of about the chemistry of surfactants. Perhaps 2 two weeks later I received a phone call for an interview. When I arrived at the interview, I was dressed simply but elegantly and without makeup. I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers. [or "and direct answers"]. In a timely fashion, I was invited for a follow-up interview with the company director, who told me that I had the job. At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements. I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to fight for a new job. Please wish me luck, because there is high of unemployment in Poland. I hope I'll get my dream job someday. At the end of my essay, One last thing: I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she has been my biggest critic, she has also been also my biggest fan:) She still uses the carrot and the stick approach.

GREAT WORK!  This is one of your best essays yet (although perhaps not as entertaining as the movie script about the office supply revolt) - lots of adverbs and compound sentences, and well punctuated.  Nearly all my "corrections" are simply suggestions.

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Hello :)
Thank you very much for your help ;))) I try to enrich my English writing :-)) I am glad that you also remember my other essays:)  With regard to the office supply revolt I heard they threatened to go on strike. I am not sure as to how it ended.

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don't know (I'm not sure) [both ok] if (whether) [both ok] the above question is correct. (Thanks for the reminder! :-)

In my opinion, the following sentences would be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? [nice use of a colon] Thank you :))

I imagine that I can use these sentences interchangeably.

Before I answer the question about my last job I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people but always by and through my own strengths. And now, to answer the question.

I researched the most important information about the firm on the Internet.
I sent my application to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job.
I filled in gaps in my knowledge about the chemistry of surfactants.
Perhaps two weeks later I received a phone call for an interview.
I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers. [or "and direct answers"].
I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to fight for a new job.
Please wish me luck, because there is high unemployment in Poland.
I hope I'll get my dream job someday.
One last thing: I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she has been my biggest critic, she has also been my biggest fan.

 

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I do not know (I'm not sure) if (whether) the above question is correct. In my opinion, the following sentences would (bylyby) be correct: How did you get your last job? or How did you find your last job? I can imagine that I can use these sentences interchangeably. ------------------------------------------ Before I answer the question about my last job I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people but always by and through my own strengths. And now, to answer the question. First, I found a job ad on the Internet. Afterwards, I made ​​sure that I met all the requirements. I researched the most important information on the firm on the Internet . I wrote a truthful resume and cover letter. I sent my application documents to the e-mail address given on the website in the advertisement for the job. I prepared for the interview. I read about chemical issues associated with the work regarding the position I applied for. I filled in gaps in my knowledge of the chemistry of surfactants. Perhaps 2 weeks later, I received a phone call for an interview. When I arrived at the interview, I was dressed simply but elegantly and without makeup. I gave witty, clever, and to-the-point answers. In a timely fashion, I was invited for a follow-up interview with the company director, who told me that I had the job. At the end of the meeting, we discussed my salary requirements. I am currently self-employed, but in a few months I want to try to fight for a job. Please wish me luck, because there is high of unemployment in Poland. I hope I'll get my dream job someday. At the end of my essay, I have to admit that my current boss has taught me a lot about myself. Even though she has (had = since before past) been my biggest critic, she had also been my biggest fan:) She still uses the carrot and the stick approach.

It is one approach, not two, hence "the carrot and stick" approach.  Small changes here and there. The organization of the essay is logically laid out (wylozona). Good luck, indeed.

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In my opinion, the following sentences would (bylyby) be correct:

Before I answer the question about my last job I have to admit that I never got a job by knowing people but always by and through my own strengths. And now, to answer the question.

Please wish me luck, because there is high unemployment in Poland.

Even though she has (had = since before past) been my biggest critic, she had also been my biggest fan:)
She still uses the carrot and 
stick approach.
Jeśli szefem obecnym byłam i jestem ja i proces wciąż trwa... to może has ...?

It is one approach, not two, hence "the carrot and stick" approach.  

Dziękuję pięknie za pomoc. Zawsze można na Ciebie liczyć... jesteś najlepszym z przyjaciół.

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The word “practice” is a word that describes doing an activity repeatedly in order to  become more skillful at it. The word “train” can be used to describe learning new skills for your job or putting your body into very good physical condition in order to be an athlete such as a boxer.

Practice is associated with a specific activity, with bettering one's performace of a specific activity through repetition of that activity. You practice playing the piano by playing the piano. You practice catching a football by catching a football. Training is more general and involves other aspects of conditioning.

Training usually involves another person giving you instructions on how to do something better or it may involve special equipment that is not actually used in the performance of the ultimate action.