Describe a person you would like to study or work with.
You should say:
- who this person is
- what this person does
- how long you have you known him/her
and explain why you want to study/ work with this person.
will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one
minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes
to help you if you wish.]
Mr Robertson is the CEO of my office and a hard worker. I have never seen such an active person like him before in my career. He is a very smart person and has a short beard. But he looks outstanding with his height. He is six feet tall. Mr Robertson has an outstanding skill to impress people with his speeches. And he never argues with people even if they are wrong. Though he works in the same company where I am employed, I would like to work closely with him as I believe it would give a valuable opportunity to learn many things important for a career growth.
Basically, he is the boss of my office. This is a local manufacturing company in New York City. He takes care of the company. The early life of this person was filled with agonies. So, he tries to care for all of his employees. Moreover, he is also responsible for running some other business organization apart from this one. He is also an influential member of the local business association. So, he passes a very busy time during the working days.
I know the person for past five years. In fact, it was my first job at his organization and I have been continuing here without any interval. And I wish to work here as long as I can. During this time, I have met him a number of times. In each of the meet, I have learned something newer. In the beginning, I did not have the idea that this shabby man would be the boss of this company until I met him officially for the first time in his office.
Working with Mr Robertson will enrich my knowledge and skills. Besides, he is supportive of his staffs and loves to share his experience. Further, a sense of happiness works inside while working with him. For all such grounds, I want to work with Mr Robertson.