Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Intern"

The meaning of "Intern" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does idealistic intern mean?
A: An intern is usually a college student worker. Interns usually work for 1-3 months with a company for less pay than a full time position (sometimes for free). They work to gain experience with the company to make them better employment candidates for the future.

Idealistic is an adjective that means someone or something is hopeful for something good, it is similar to optimistic and eager.

If someone is looking for an idealistic intern, they are looking for someone (likely a college student worker) who is eager to help in the company and learn all they can. An idealistic intern is also optimistic and driven (meaning they are hardworking).
Q: What does intern teacher mean?
A: someone that is not YET an English teacher I will become one. So he is teaching a class getting experience but with a supervisor always arrown
Q: What does intern atm mean?
A: intern = a temporary employee of a company
atm = at the moment = for now
Q: What does intern or internship mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Example sentences using "Intern"

Q: Please show me example sentences with intern.
A: My intern will be late to the office today.
As an intern, i do little tasks for work experience but no pay.
I applied for an internship at the WestWard Statistics company.
Q: Please show me example sentences with intern.
A: I got a job as an intern. An intern is an entry level job (often with little or no pay). Often students are interns at companies during summer to learn about how to use their school skills on the job.
Q: Please show me example sentences with intern .
A: I worked as an intern for Apple Computer Company while I was in college.

Synonyms of "Intern" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between intern and trainee ?
A: An internship is usually a short term requirement to complete a certification, or level of education. It is a temporary position. Often unpaid (but definitely not required), Usually an intern is a student in the field who is looking for experience in the field before he/she seeks a job. Interns can be hired by a firm after the internship is over, but unlike a trainee program and internship is typically for a specific - short- period of time (say 3 weeks or 4 months). A trainee is an official employee of the firm that is being trained to the job he/she was originally hired for. Literally an employee in training. Typically a lot firms will have a trainee period (2-3 months) where the person is still being evaluated after which an official decision to hire on a permanent basis is made. It is often used as a insurance measure by companies.
Q: What is the difference between medical intern and resident ?
A: I think they are the same.
Q: What is the difference between intern and internship ?
A: Interns are the people. An internship is the job. So an intern will work an internship
Q: What is the difference between intern and resident ?
A: Are you talking about medical school? An intern is a widely used term to describe short jobs that are given (often without pay or for school credit) to individuals who are looking for experience in a field. In medicine, doctors in the United States must complete a residency after their medical school studies are completed. Some also take on an internship, sometimes a fellowship, but the details of these and their usage is specific to that industry.
Q: What is the difference between intern and internship ?
A: @yuanny:@Maple2u: in the above sentence, intern: noun, interning: verb, internship: noun

Translations of "Intern"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? マイインターン(The intern)は何回見ても飽きない
マイインターン(The intern)を見てからハンカチをいつも持ち歩くようになった。
A: “I’ll never get tired of watching “The intern”. I always have handkerchief since watching that movie”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? intern
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? interning
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Intern"

Q: what do the interns do ? what are they ?
A: Interns do work at a beginners level, and they're often unpaid. The job experience is what's valuable. For example, an intern at an office might make copies, answer the phone, or get coffee for employees.
Q: I'd love to do an intern in the UK. does this sound natural?
A: I'd love to do an internship in the UK.
I'd love to be an intern in the UK.
Q: The interns of the US House of Representatives, some of whom walk miles to the office, take second jobs and skip meals so they can work -- without pay -- in democracy’s hallowed halls. Nearly all House interns are unpaid, and now there’s a push to change that. And we can toast our own CNN intern, Maya Eliahou, for helping it happen.

What does 'toast' mean?
A: "celebrate" or "congratulate"
I am going to apply intern ship of English School in Philippines
And I am writing resume
I want you to check my resume
(I deleted personal things)
And I have a question
I want to express my English ability: I can speak fluent in daily situation
Please tell me how to express.

・In order to grow myself, I communicate with many people who are different culture from me and brush up on my English skills.

・Ability to encourage and inspire someone
・Competitive and creative
・Positive thinking

・Language: Japanese: Native
  English :Intermediate
TOEFL ibt 62/120(R18/L12/S17/W15)
Eiken grade pre-1
・Computer Skills: MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint

・October 2017 – November 2017 Part time sales staff at Seven & Eleven Japan, Nara, Japan
-Worked as a casher

2017 Participated in the National Tournament as a member of badminton team in my high school
2015-2018 My grades at high school were 4.9/5.0 on average

・Foreign culture and language
・Environmental problem around the world

・Duration of stay 6months-11months
・Good physical health

Thank you for reading:)
A: In order to grow myself, I want to meet many people who are from different cultures than me and improve my English skills.
*"grow myself" is a little odd, you can also say "in order to grow as a person."

Ability to encourage and inspire others

Language: Native Japanese, Intermediate English

*I'm not familiar with Eiken, you may want to explain more unless the people reading your resume will know. CEFR is more widely recognized, you can say something like:

Eiken grade pre-1 (equivalent to CEFR B2)

Worked as a cashier
*You may want to add more details

Competed at the National Tournament as a member of my high school's badminton team

My high school GPA was 4.9/5.0
*GPA is grade point average

Environmental problems around the world

Duration of stay 6 months - 11 months
*Always have a space between numbers and words.

*I only wrote what I thought should be changed, the rest is good as it is. To talk about your English ability you can say:

I can communicate effectively in everyday situations
I can express myself well in everyday situations

*We don't say fluent unless someone's language is always perfect or close to perfect.
Q: There is a some other intern in our office.
She had already used up her dayoff for 2 weeks before Christmas. Because there was an exam which her dream had something to do with. So, She has to go to work now but for some reason, she doesn’t come. I have a feeling that she will come next week because her supervisor is not here and coming back next week.
The weird thing is, whenever I text her, she is checking her massages and giving me a reply. She always said to me she would come in the office
does this sound natural?
A: Instead of saying, "There is a some other intern in our office," I would say, "There is another intern in our office." Furthermore, instead of saying, "Because there was an exam which her dream had something to do with," I would say, "Because there was an exam that had something to do with her dream."

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