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    Steve Hart, "Written English: A Guide for Electrical and Electronic Students and Engineers"
    2016 | ISBN-10: 1498739628 | 216 pages | PDF | 11 MB


    A research paper or graduate essay demonstrating weak English and poor formatting is likely to be rejected by an editor or marked down by an assessor; but why should these gaps in your English knowledge undermine your subject knowledge and skill as an engineer or student of the discipline?

    is the first resource to work at the sentence level to resolve the English language problems facing international engineering students and scholars. Informed by hundreds of research papers and student essays, this valuable reference:
    Covers grammar essentials and key terms in the fields of electrical engineering, electronic engineering, and communication systems
    Uses real-world examples to reveal common mistakes and identify critical areas of focus
    Provides practical solutions to formatting, vocabulary, and stylistic issues

    equips readers with the necessary knowledge to produce accurate and effective English when writing for engineering.
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