Many questions are not what they seem. When you hear them, you think you understand them, only to learn later on that your meaning may not have been the interviewer’s. Sometimes this occurs because the interviewer assumes that you absolutely must know what he or she is talking about. If that perception is inaccurate, it will be up to you to find out what you need to know.
Most of these semantic problems occur when the words used can have more than one meaning, no meaning, or any meaning the speaker or listener chooses to assign. The examples and suggestions that follow should help you come up with responses that will be more helpful to each of you. (The concept is not phrased as you should respond.) Read More at EmploymentCrossing
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