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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article discusses some of the problems and their solutions encountered when teaching English to engineers. The main purpose of this research is to present the teaching English for engineers with emphasis on the role of the communicative language teaching. In the global context, students of engineering need a specific set of language skills for their success in education and career.

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265

Last Page

269

References

1. Harding, K., (2007), English for Specific Purposes, Oxford University Press 2. Varshney, R. L., (2007-08), An Introductory Textbook of Linguistics and Phonetics. Bareilly: Students Store, Sixteenth Reprint., page -207-208. 3. Tharu, Jacob, ( 2006), “A second look at English as a window on the world that has changed,” Communication Curriculum in Higher Communication: Challenges & Opportunities, page -1

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