Do you really have knowledge of all these tools? Or do you just know OF THEM? Is it really possible to know these tools without being a tester?
So what are the major differences between WR and QTP? What does TD do?
What's the URL to access TestDirector?
I don't want to give you more questions to help you in your interview since you will be preparing for the interview by researching the questions I or anyone will give you... My advice is be honest before you get the interview, because you will do yourself and many others harm when you get to the interview and they discover you've never tested a product before or actually used these tools.
Interview questions are a no-no topic here on the site. We provide help for people, but we do not provide harm for employers either.
Even intimate experience in these tools will not help you get a Manual Testing position. You need to be able to impress upon the interviewer that you understand the process and reason for manual testing.
Can you write a test case, test plan, defect report?
Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
~ Winston Churchill ~
Asking questions is just as important as answering them. Be prepared with some questions about the company and what they do. If you appear to be highly motivated to do the work, you might be hired rather than someone more qualified.