Российская и мировая атомная энергетика
The text offers both learning and doing: first, students read to discover how their vocal apparatus works and find ways to recognize a variety of speech patterns; then, as they practice with the interesting and varied exercises, they develop the skills needed for personal and professional success.
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Motivation and Expectation
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