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English
Code: G600C-
Teacher:  Nara Carlini
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CFU subdivision: Lectures: 3
Basic aims:  The aim of this course is to develop language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) within an academic and scientific context using food science related texts that are analysed from the linguistic viewpoint.
Acquired skills:  Students will have the skills to understand both concrete and abstract topics and understand a talk related to their field of specialization. They can read articles and reports, interact with a degree of fluency and express themselves clearly and in detail sustaining their views within the context of their field of specialization.
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Program:  Grammar: Upper-intermediate level (B2-C1 of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; ALTE [Association of Language Testers of Europe] level 3): present tenses, present perfect simple/continuous, past simple/continuous/perfect; future; (will, going to, present continuous, present simple, future perfect); since, for, ago; frequency adverbs; passive mode; conditionals 0, 1, 2, 3; comparative and superlative adjectives; countable/uncountable nouns; direct/indirect speech; prepositions of place/time/directions; relative clauses; interrogatives; articles; linking words (so that, in order to, for, so, such as, too, enough, in spite of/despite, etc.). Lexis: vocabulary related to students’ field of specialization: foods, quality assurance, careers in the food sector.
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