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Postby superpinkystar » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:58 am

summer81 wrote:
Vaucluse wrote:
don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here?


Love the following response:

nice one, dude



Ok, here's a real question, though - is it not important to be able to communicate or converse fluently for a frnt-line employee? (What does that mean, anyway: "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"?


Well, i suppose that you dont sms in perfect english as well do you? More often than not, what you type is not the way you usually converse. No?

Well, the point here is that this, is just a place for you to post your questions and for you to voice your views. A forum is, afterall a forum, not a place to test your conversational english. Dont be surprised that there are many who type 'broken' english just for the fun of it. Thats my take on it.

On another note, the emails are still getting bounced back. Guess the staff over at SIA havent clear the mails from the weekend yet. So hang on there and be patient. :)


good luck for those applying this time round. if the email does not work, there is always the snail mail. :D
*smile always

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Postby superpinkystar » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:03 am

basically,
when you have reached the management interview. everyone gets different questions. there is no standard questions asked. the most they would asked each girl is if you can do housework and can cook. because on board, you are made to do simple chores like these.plus!! clean the toilets!! :shock: the only time when you are not made to clean the toilets when the flight is based back in Singapore where they have cleaners to do it for the airline.

but basically, please be confident and smile!!! :)
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Postby Vaucluse » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:05 am

Ah, loopypoopsie, I understand and shall gather Flopsy Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter and leave you lovely ladies to it then.

May you succeed in your endeavours.
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Postby riversandlakes » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:28 am

Yes, I do :twisted:

Just kidding :D This active thread is indeed the MOST popular one here! Bravo! And good luck!

summer81 wrote:Well, i suppose that you dont sms in perfect english as well do you? More often than not, what you type is not the way you usually converse. No?
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SIA cabin crew.

Postby superpinkystar » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:28 am

Ladies & Gentleman,
the email is finally working! so time to send in those application forms once again!! good luck!!
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Postby summer81 » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:36 am

superpinkystar wrote:Ladies & Gentleman,
the email is finally working! so time to send in those application forms once again!! good luck!!


Are u sure its working? My mail got bounced back still.. :cry:

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Postby superpinkystar » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:42 am

summer81 wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:Ladies & Gentleman,
the email is finally working! so time to send in those application forms once again!! good luck!!


Are u sure its working? My mail got bounced back still.. :cry:


eh
i just applied 15 mins ago. normally in 1 or 2 mins time.it will bounce back.
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Postby I'M*(!_!)*Julie » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:05 pm

superpinkystar wrote:
summer81 wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:Ladies & Gentleman,
the email is finally working! so time to send in those application forms once again!! good luck!!


Are u sure its working? My mail got bounced back still.. :cry:


eh
i just applied 15 mins ago. normally in 1 or 2 mins time.it will bounce back.


Hi Ladies/Gentlemen!

If email does not work, try snail mail! It's the most reliable and more traditional way so try. Just 50 cent for a job of a lifetime = worth it!

Good luck and may god bless us!

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bounce back again

Postby jerlyn » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:06 pm

hi pple this is my first entry here tough i have been watching this topic for quite some time...;P
my application also bounce back.. sad sad :?
good luck everyone....don't give up!

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Postby @ngela » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:39 pm

i would like to ask the pics u gals sent is dressed in formal attire or jus some casual fitting yet pretty photos? n they written full lenght pics, so is really meant to take from head to toes? thanks lots! :)

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Postby @ngela » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:41 pm

oh ya... btw, could someone tell mi how to sent thru snail mail? thanks! :D

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Postby jerlyn » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:44 pm

@ngela wrote:oh ya... btw, could someone tell mi how to sent thru snail mail? thanks! :D


snail mail means by post, darling!
:D
I still cant get through...must exercise some patience liao.. :D

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thanks!

Postby @ngela » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:48 pm

haha... thanks lot! dun really noe wat is meant by snail mail! so pai sei! but thanks anyway gal!
so u also first time to apply for sia? i was wondering wat to write under the current job period... coz i still working, but there is no contract... so dunno wat to write for the date which i leave...
any comments? thanks!

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Postby jerlyn » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 1:04 pm

Angela issit? hmm.. how young are you?
Actually if you intend to leave your current co irregardless of whether you will be selected in SIA, then youi shd have an idea what to write of your last day lor..
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Postby Trish » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 1:22 pm

hi, i am going to post out my application later on. But as the application form was my fren who help me to print out, I actually have to handwritten the details. & under the highest qualification section, there are only a few rows for me to fill out the many subjects/modules dat i took for my diploma. So should I just fill up a few of the modules dat i took? Will it be penalised as in will it considered as incomplete form? Can someone pls advice me?????


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