2-Complete the conversation with the verbs from the box in the correct form: present perfect simple or present perfect continuous.
be - come - do - drive - find - have - look
Julia is being interviewed by Nicola for a job working with young children.
Alex: Come in, Julia. Please sit down. Would you like a coffee?
Anna: Thank you, actually I (1) ’ve just had (just) one.
Alex: Oh good. Now, do you know this area at all?
Anna: Quite well. I’ve got friends who live in this town, so I (2) here for holidays since I was a child. I’m staying with them at the moment, actually.
Alex: O h, that’s nice. And do you have a driving license?
Anna: Yes. I (3) for four years now.
Alex: And would you say you’re a careful driver?
Anna: Yes, I think so. At least I (4) (never) an accident.
Alex: Good. Now, could you tell me why you think you would be right for this job?
Anna: W ell, I (5) (always) interested in working with small children. And I (6) two holiday jobs looking after children.
Alex: How do you think you would cope in an emergency?
Anna: I ’m quite a calm person, I think. I (7) a first-aid course too. I got a certificate.
Alex: That’s good. Now, this job isn’t permanent, as you know. We need someone for about a year. How would that fit with your long-term plans?
Anna: I ’d like to work abroad eventually. But I want some full-time experience first. I (8) a Nursery Teacher’s course this year. We finish next week, in fact. Alex: When would you be able to start?
Anna: As soon as I finish my course.
Alex: Excellent. And would you live with your friends?
Anna: W ell, probably not. I want to rent a small flat. I (9) in the paper every day, but I (10) (not) anything yet.
Alex: W ell, if you get the job, we’ll try to help you. Now, would you like to come and meet some of the children?
Anna: Oh, yes.
Alex: Right, if you’ll just follow me then.