Presentations in English : find your voice as a presenter
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2009) Presentations in English : find your voice as a presenter. EA Journal, 25(2), pp. 73-75.
With estimates of more than thirty million given each day, presentations have become an integral part of modern society. They can signify the difference between gaining or losing a job, or being successful or unsuccessful at university and a future career. Presentations in English, combining a 128-page book and DVD, is an innovative and complete course aimed specifically at non-native speakers of English.
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