Relationship Between Writing Skills of Native and Foreign Languages in Military Students
AbstractThe article deals with research conducted on the students of Military Technology at the University of Defence and it highlights some aspects of their writing skills both in their native language (Czech) and English. English language skills are considered to be an integrated part of the profile of the graduates of Military Technology. The authors believe that writing skills in both languages are indispensable for a good scientist in all branches, including military technology. Thus the article presents one of the ways how to identify some pitfalls in learning English in students of Military Technology, and how to address them.
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