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Subject:Re: Interviewing Skills From:Stephen Victor <svictor -at- HOUSTON -dot- GEOQUEST -dot- SLB -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 Feb 1997 08:35:44 -0600
> Again, the next question will probably come from your answer. What's
> important here is to allow the interviewer to see your skills and to have
> the interviewer follow your lead. It's better than saying "No, I never
> studied English." and letting your answer lay there like three-day-old fish.
Surely the answer would *lie* there like three-day-old fish?
In either case, it's a colorful metaphor.
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