LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||30/NOV/2010 5:36 PM|
|Assunto:||Which one - Which ones|
Orlando, your English is spot on. No worries. But I bet you haven't asked this kind of questions in a while. You don't want to (1) put words in the interviewee's mouth (2) nor
provide him with closed questions that can be answered with "yes"or "no".
Tico: Do you take drugs?
Tico: You just smoke marijuana or do other drugs?
TICO: Which drugs have you used?
TICO: What else?
TECO: Cocaine, heroin, PCP, LSD, crank, uppers, downers, ludes, peyote, and anything else I could get my hands on.
TICO: What do you have on you today?
I'm joking with you, Orlando. The post reminded me of the thousands of times I asked those same questions. LOL I've heard many interviewers provide interviewees with the answers. Not a good idea. Make them talk. They more they talk, the more mistakes they made and the easier it is to discover lies. And they will lie to you.
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