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Title: Academic English at tertiary level: What, why and how
Other Titles: Tiếng Anh học thuật ởbậc đại học: Nét khái quát, tính cấp thiết và một số đề xuất
Authors: Nguyen, Thi Hong Nga
Keywords: Tiếng Anh;Tiếng Anh học thuật;Bậc đại học
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: H. : ĐHQGHN
Series/Report no.: Vol 25;No 2
Abstract: Academic writing is arguably the most important language skill to tertiary students, especially to English-major ones, whose grades are largely determined by their performance in written assignments, academic reports, term examinations and graduation theses. However, reality has proved the difficulties of Vietnamese learners in applying the right level of formality, lexical dense, and objectivity. The article, with the hope to help the tertiary English- major students improve their skill of writing academic English, first deals with an overview on academic English and the necessity of equipping them with knowledge of academic English. It will also go on to put forward some strategies for effective writing academic English.
Description: p. 112-117
ISSN: 2525-2445
Appears in Collections:Foreign Studies

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