Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
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Eric H. Glendinning, Norman Glendinning
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8 فبراير 2015
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Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Eric H. Glendinning
Norman Glendinning,
C Eng, MIMechE
Contents
Page
Unit 1 l o Engineering-what’s itallabout?
10 Tuning-in
11 Reading lntroduction
12 Language study dealslis concerned with
13 Word study Word stress
13 Writing
14 Listening
Unit 2 15 Choosinga course
1 5 Tuning-in
16 Reading
20 Writing
Having a purpose
Letter writing. 1: requesting information
Unit 3 21 Engineeringmaterials
22 Tuning-in
22 Reading Scanning tables
23 Language study Making definitions
24 Writing Adding information to a text
Unit 4 26 Mechanisms
26 Tuning-in
26 Reading Scanning a text
27 Writing Ways oflinking ideas. 1
29 Language study Dealing with technical terrrQ
29 Speaking practice
Unit 5 31 Forcesin engineering
31 Tuning-in
31 Reading 1 Predicting
33 Reading 2 Grammar links in texts
34 Language study The present passive
34 Listening Listening to lectures
Fane
Unit 6 36 The electric motor
36 Tuning-in
36 Reading Skimming
39 Language study Describing functiorl
39 Writing Describing components
41 Word study
Unit 7 42 An engineering student
42 Tuning-in
42 Listening
44 Writing Comparing a ~ l dcontrasting
Unit 8 46 Central heating
46 Tuning-in
46 Reading Predicting
48 Language study Time clauses
49 Word study
Unit 9 so Safety at work
50 Tuning-in
51 Reading Understanding the writer’spurpose
53 Language study Making safety rules
53 Writing W a y s oflinking ideas,2
Unit 10 5 5 Young engineer
5 5 Tuning-in
56 Listening
57 Writing
57 Speaking practice
Describing and esplaining
Unit 11 58 Washing machine
58 Tuning-in
58 Reading Reading diagranls
62 Language study IfJUnlesssmtences
63 Writing Explaining a diagram
Page
Unit 12 65
Unit 13 72
Unit 14 77
Unit 15 79
Unit 16 84
Racingbicycle
Tuning-in
Reading Prediction
Language study Describing reasons
Writing Describing contrast
Word study Properties of~nnterials
Speaking practice
Technical reading Gear systems
Lasers
Tuning-in
Reading
Language study used tolfor
Word study Noun + noun cornpounds
Writing Describing nprocess, I: sequence
Technical reading Laser cutting
Automation technician
Tuning-in
Listening
Speaking practice Talking nbout spech?cntions
Refrigerator
Tuning-in
Reading Denling with unfnmiliar words. 1
Language study Pri~siplesand lows
Word study Verbsand related nouns
Writing Describing n process. 2:location
Scales
Tuning-in
Reading 1 Meaningfrorn context
Reading 2 Con~parir~g sources
Language study Cnuse rind effect. I
Technical reading Stmi11gauges
Page
Unit 17 91
Unit 18 98
Unit 19 106
Unit 20 112
Unit 21 116
Portablegenerator
Tuning-in
Reading Reading diagrams
Language study Cause and efject,2
Word study Verbs with -ize/-ise
Writing Describing a process, 3:sequence and
location
Technical reading Wavepower
Roadbreaker
Tuning-in
Reading
Language study A l l o w and prevent links
Writing Explaining an operation
Technical reading Air skates
Speaking practice
Disc brakes
Tuning-in
Reading Contbinir~gskills
Language study Verbs with u p anddown
Word study Verbs+-en
Writing Explaining an operation
Technical reading Water-based hydraulics
Staff engineer
Tuning-in
Listening
Language study Verbs with o n arldoff
Tuning-in
Reading 1 Predicting
Reading 2 Grammar links. 2
Language study Describing functions
Word study Noun + noun, 2:function
Writing Description and exp:pla~mtion
Speaking practice Explaiing f~irlctior~
Page
Unit 22 123
Unit 26 146
Unit 27 152
Corrosion
Tuning-in
Reading Skimming
Language study Causeand ejfect. 3
Speaking practice Exchanging information
Technical reading Corrosion of materials
Maglev train
Tuning-in
Reading 1 Inferring
Reading 2 Dealing with unfamiliar words, 2
Language study Prediction
Writing Explanations
Technical reading Motor selection: operating environment
Computer Aided Design(CAD)
Tuning-in
Listening
Language study Necessity: h a v e to and need (to)
Supercar
Tuning-in
Reading Predicting: usingfirst sentences
Language study Crrtainty
Writing Summaries
Graphs
Tuning-in
Language study Describing graphs
Word study Comnlon verbs in engineering
Writing Drscribing a graph
Technical reading Properties and applications ofcarbon
steels
Waste recycling plant
Tuning-in
Reading Transferring information, making notes
Language study Possibility: c a n andcould
Writing Describing a procws, 4: reason and
mrthod
Page
Unit 28 157
Unit 29 165
Unit 30 169
Robotics
Tuning-in
Reading 1 Revising skills
Reading 2 Transferring information
Language study Concession:even if and although
Technical reading Stepper motors
Careers in engineering
Tuning-in
Reading Infrrring
Speaking practice Role play
Listening Inferring
Applying for a job
Tuning-in
Reading Understanding job advertisements
Speaking practice Role play
Writing Writing a CV and letter of application
Technical reading Company structure
Student A Speaking practice
Student B Speaking practice
18s Glossaryof engineering terms
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