Guide for students, scientists, technical and business people in the writing and presenting of technical and commercial information clearly in English.
In the modern global economy an ability to write technical articles and to make effective oral presentations in English is a vital skill.
There is an increasing requirement for scientists, technical people and indeed all manner of business people working in international activities, to write reports and to make oral presentations in good technical English, even if this is not their mother tongue.
The purpose of this book is to guide university students, scientists, technical and business people in the writing and presenting of technical and commercial information clearly in English.
Offers practical advice and help in the mechanics of producing effective and attractive reports and presentations.
Covers the preparation of tables and graphs, the organisation and writing of reports, designing oral presentations and writing letters and CVs.
Important aspects of English grammar, sentence construction, spelling word choices and vocabulary particularly directed towards technical writing.
The book is intended to be a working guide for both native English speakers and for students, scientists and business people where English is not the first language.
01 | PREPARING TABLES AND GRAPHS
02 | WRITING REPORTS AND TECHNICAL ARTICLES
03 | PREPARING ORAL PRESENTATIONS
04 | WRITING LETTERS AND CVs
05 | BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMER
06 | VERBS AND TENSES
07 | SENTENCE BUILDING
08 | NUMBERS, TIME AND PUNCTUATION
09 | SPELLING
10 | VOCABULARY
This book weighs: 300g
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