These questions are a more complicated version of business and cross-cultural questions. They cover a broad range of subjects that are hard to define. Questions about these topics have been asked by assessors in the G.B.C. test, so practicing them will prepare you for your test.
Cross-cultural issues become more and more important as the world is increasingly globalized. These questions are about Japanese business and culture and how that relates to the rest of the world.
G.B.C. interviews will often cover the topic of your job. Try to describe your working life using analogies, while adding detail about your job. In this lesson we will cover your you, your job, your company and what they do.
G.B.C. will usually start with some warm-up questions about you and your life. You'll need to talk about your travel experiences, where you grew up and your own personality.