eBook Basic English for Computing: Student's Book download
by Eric H. Glendinning,John McEwan
Author: Eric H. Glendinning,John McEwan
Publisher: Oxford University Press; Revised, Updated edition (October 23, 2003)
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Eric Glendinning, John McEwan.
Eric Glendinning, John McEwan. The 28 units cover key computing functions and associated topics. Authentic reading and listening tasks are complemented by practical output activities which reflect what learners will actually need to do in English.
Basic English for Computing. Glendinning John McEwan. This course is intended for students of computing and information technology with an English level of beginner plus to lower-intermediate. In particular, targeted readers are secondary school and technical college students of 16+ who have studied general English for three years or more.
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Basic English for Computing book. Glendinning, John McEwan (Goodreads Author). Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This topic-centered course covers key computing functions while developing the four skills.
Eric H. Glendinning JohnMcEwan. Talk through the explanation in the Student's Book. Glendinniiig JohnMcEwan. This is an area which can cause learners of English some uncertainty, and students will need a certain amount of practice before they feel confident with it. Explain that some nouns are uncountable because they name things which literally cannot be counted - these are usually abstract things (memory, speed, science, technology). Give the students the following example: we can count schools, teachers, and students, but we cannot count English, or mathematics, or computing.