Author: Ekaterine Pipia1& Behcet Celik2
1International Black Sea University, Tbilisi, Georgia
2Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: The role of ESP courses to provide learners their specific needs in foreign language has been well recognized. ESP courses focus on the needs of the learners; therefore, they can help with achieving special requirements that are relevant to learners. This study aims to define ESP through putting forward its contributions to learners. And the main goal of this study is to put forth the use of ESP in computer Engineering
Keywords: English for Specific Purposes, Need, Needs Analysis, Specific knowledge
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