Mary: Jack, you look blue. What's wrong?
Jack: I received an e-mail from a company saying that I failed the interview.
Mary: Don't worry. You will have other chances in the future.
Jack: Though I failed, I also plan to write an appreciation letter and I think it's very necessary.
Mary: I agree. Do you know how to write an appreciation letter?
Jack: First I will thank them for giving me the interview, though I failed.
Mary: Then you can say something about the company, especially that leaves you a deep impression.
Jack: Yes, that's a good idea. I will do that. Then I will tell the company that I really want to enter their company to work although I haven't been hired.
Mary: Maybe the company will hire you after reading your letter.
Jack: I hope so.
Mary: I think you should write it briefly, and you should lay emphasis on your strengths and your enthusiasm again.
Jack: I think I should do it now. Thank you very much.
business card 名片
follow up information 跟进信息
handwritten adj. 手写的
hand copy 手抄报
job application 就职申请，就职
under consideration 在考虑之中
time frame 时限，时间范围