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The course covers high-priority language that is useful in any branch of engineering mechanical, electrical, civil, etc. On the audio you will hear people in the kinds of situation often encountered at work, for example safety meetings, project briefings and problem-solving discussions. Audioscripts for the listening exercises and a complete answer key, including suggested answers for the discussion activities, are at the back of the book.
You can also find engineering case studies and extra activities online at www. How to use Cambridge English for Engineering for self-study If you are working on your own, you can do the units in any order you like. Choose the topic that you want to look at and work through the unit, doing the exercises and checking your answers in the answer key.
Note any mistakes you make, and go back and listen or read again to help you understand what the problem was. For the speaking activities, think about what you would say in the situation.
You could also try talking about the discussion points with your colleagues. I hope you enjoy using the course. If you have any comments on Cambridge English for Engineering you can email me at englishforengineering cambridge. He spent the initial years of his career in site engineering and technical management positions on construction projects in the UK. Since relocating to France and entering the field of in-company language training, he has designed and taught technical English courses in a wide range of companies, for process, mechanical, electrical, civil and highway engineers, as well as technicians and technical managers.
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