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Collins COBUILD Key Words for Electrical Engineering (with CD(x1))

Collins COBUILD Key Words for Electrical Engineering is a brand-new vocabulary book aimed at anyone who wants to study or work in the field of electrical engineering. The title contains the 500 most important words and phrases you will need to succeed and includes practice material to make sure you really learn them. This title has been specially created for foreign learners of English who want to improve their career prospects in electrical engineering by learning English. The title covers the most common words found in this area, and will give learners a solid grounding in the key words and phrases that they will need as they start their studies or career in electrical engineering. Collins COBUILD Key Words for Electrical Engineering is unique in that the vocabulary items are organized alphabetically, in a dictionary style, and words are clearly labelled according to topic. Vocabulary-building features, synonyms, and collocations help learners to enrich their vocabulary and increase their accuracy and fluency. Vocabulary items are explained using simple language and are presented in a clear and easy-to-use format. Example sentences for every entry show how the word is really used in English and have been taken from subject- specific corpora from the 4.5-billion-word Collins Corpus.
ISBN: 9780007489794
год: 2013
форма выпуска: Мягкий / Полужесткий переплет
издательство: Harper Collins Publishers
место издания: Лондон
язык текста: Английский
страниц: 178
цвет обложки: Фиолетовый  
иллюстрации: Таблицы, чёрно-белые  
серия: Collins COBUILD
формат: 127x197 мм
все книги издательства: Harper Collins Publishers
все книги серии: Collins COBUILD
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