Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Does your friend have an interview coming up?

Do you know the English words and phrases to wish them good luck?

This is part of building or maintaining connections.

Find out how to do it today.

Most people get nervous before a job interview.

It’s all about how well you work with your nerves but if there is a great friend who is encouraging you it makes it much easier too!


Phrases to wish your friend good luck before a job interview:

  • “Good luck”: This is simple, casual, and lighthearted. It’s also very common.
  • “I’m sure you’ll do great.” This means that you are 100% confident.
  • “I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you.” We have a superstition that if you cross your fingers you’ll get something you want or you’ll avoid what you don’t want. This is used more when we don’t have as much control over the outcome. It might be better to say this to your friend after the interview when the person doesn’t have any more control over what the company decides.
  • “You’re going to be so great/You’re going to do so great”: This is very conversational.
  • “Let me know how it goes.” You could use this if it’s the last time you’re going to talk to your friend before they go for the interview.


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