My book is now available on iBooks

Really glad to say that my book, English for Non-Native English Speaking Football Players in England, is now available on iBooks. And you can download it for free.

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English for Specific Purposes (ESP) – Vocabulary

English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a field derived from teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English as a Second Language (ESL). It relates to specific fields within English such as engineering English, scientific English and business English, or English for medical practitioners.

Please find attached ESP Vocabulary PDF books:

English vocabulary in use books by Cambridge University Press

Please find attached free and ready to download PDF copies of the English vocabulary in use books different levels:


1- English Vocabulary in Use Elementary Book by Michael McCarthy and Felicity O’Dell (1999) pdf

2- English Vocabulary in Use Pre-intermediate and Intermediate by Stuart Redman (1997) pdf

3- English Vocabulary in Use Upper-intermediate and advanced by Michael McCarthy and Felicity O’Dell (1994) pdf

What are the Socio-cultural Aspects Kuwaiti Undergraduate Students Should Consider Before They Start Studying in the UK?



Much research has been conducted into the sociocultural aspects that international students may face in adjusting to daily life and social interactions in the UK, but there has been little discussion on how learning English language can play an important role in the adaptation process for international students. English language is determined by context…

How Can Subtitles Help Intermediate Students in Kuwait to Develop their Vocabulary Acquisition?



Acquiring a new vocabulary of words and phrases in any language is an on-going process in students’ lives, whether it is in a first language (L1) or a second language (L2). Learners need the help of every available tool to build up their vocabulary, and if it is in their L2, this will be even more difficult to do. “Video can be a very valuable tool that helps students process, remember, and actively produce foreign terms”, (Danan, 1992: p. 524)…