closed as too broad by gnat, user40980, Aaronaught, maple_shaft♦ Oct 13 '13 at 14:47
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My answer looks at the broader aspects of your question - namely, how do you apply for a job where your current programming languages don't match what's required.
Be honest with the prospective employer and let them know what your skill level is in those languages which can range from nothing to hobbyist to professional experience.
You need to demonstrate how your skills in other languages would carry over to the new languages.
You need to start studying up on the new languages now and as far in advance of your potential interview. Don't expect your future employer to train you at their expense. There are many resources available to help with this.
As far as specific questions or if you have a chance at this interview, I don't know and the community here doesn't know. A lot of that will come down to the particular job and how much preparation you put in.