The book contains supplementary exercises in IELTS exam format to texts from Fast Track to CAE (Longman). The exercises were specifically developed for 1st year students to be used in class.
The purpose of this book is to teach students how to write extended essays in English. It is supplementary to the British course book ‘English for Academic Study: Extended Writing and Research Skills’ (Garnet Publishing Ltd.). It was designed for students , teachers and those who are interested in obtaining the skill of extended essay writing.
The purpose of this book is to develop academic skills of writing an extended essay. The process of developing this skill consists of six steps: title analysis, writing an introduction, main part paragraph development and writing a conclusion. Two lessons are devoted to writing an abstract and a summary. The last step is compiling bibliography. During this course attention is given to ways of avoiding plagiarism and punctuation issues.
The book contains Appendix with sample essays written by ICEF and School of Design students (National Research University Higher School of Economics). It is meant for classroom work but can be used for self-study, too.
The textbook is designed to develop academic reading skills and aims at the efficient IELTS exam preparation. The textbook can be used in a traditional classroom as well as for self-study. It can be used independently or as a supplementary material for ‘Infotech (English for Computer Users)’, Cambridge University Press (2014) by Santiago Remacha Esteras. The textbook is recommended for the students studying at the Faculty of Business and Management and the Faculty of Computer Science for a Bachelor’s degree in “Business-Informatics”, “Software Engineering”, “Computer Security”.
The book examines the use of the corporate structure for different types of enterprise and the relationships, rights and duties of the various parties involved in the corporation. Consideration is given to many of the important legal issues that arise from the daily operation of companies. The book considers the legal regulation of business organizations, concentrating on private limited companies. It explores the differences between companies and other business organizations, considers the formalities involved in establishing a company; the processes through which a company is administered and financed; and the allocation of responsibilities and powers among company personnel. It covers a selection of the main topics of English company law: types of business association;introduction to companies and company law; separate personality and lifting the veil of incorporation; company formation and constitutional documents; disclosure; shares and their transfer; organs and officers; management and meetings; binding the company; director's duties; shareholder remedies; control of maladministration; criminal responsibility of companies; corporate governance; history and reform. The text is designed for use in Business Law courses and double-degree Bachelor's programmes. It may also be readily adapted to specially designed courses in Business English.
The book aims to develop pronunciation and reading skills in English. It contains basic explanations of sound and intonation systems of the English language, rules of reading and notation. It is supplemented by exercises.
The book aims to develop students’ academic reading and writing skills. It contains a collection of specifically developed tasks to supplement the British course book written by Mark Roberts “English for Economics in Higher Education” (Garnet Publishing Ltd., 2012).
It can be easily used by students, teachers and those who want to develop their academic reading and writing skills.