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You have strived hard to master the basics of English language and can't wait to advance to the next level.Science can be pretty tough for students who have taken English as their second language. However, the transition to advanced levels can be made smooth by following effective strategies which are easy to implement. It is all the more important while undertaking functional streams like science, history, etc. Four effective science strategies: 1. Slow approach If yo
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a course designed to meet specific needs of the learners and helps them to accomplish their English skills. They get the possibility to use the language for their needs, for example, for tourism purposes. The students will be able to understand and use the vocabulary they will use in the class and will acquire knowledge that would help them develop their future careers as hotel manager, tourist guide, holiday representa
This article discusses the varieties of English language: British, American and Australian. In the days of colonization, Britain had not only expanded its belongings, but also expanded the language of the people outside the Albion. A traditional English was modified and due to this various dialects were originated on new lands, the main of which are the American and Australian ones. But later on these dialects had an impact on British English.
No matter what business topic you are writing about, following a basic guideline while creating your composition will enable you to develop a piece of work that is well structured, informative and intriguing. The important thing to remember about business essays is that they need to present content that is relevant to the overall subject, and that your arguments are supported by underlying facts, references and examples.
Based on insights gained from developing the curriculum for Language Preparation for Employment in the Health Sciences and a review of the literature on ESP, this paper is intended to offer theoretical support for ESL instructors developing ESP curricula for ESL contexts.
I recently overheard a conversation between a trainer and one of their participants, who was asking how the trainer had got into the role. I was a little shocked when the participant said, "It just surprises me a little as you're not particularly dynamic are you?" Putting aside that individual's perception of the trainer, the comment begged the question, "What makes a great trainer?"