Emma Lily

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This paper represents an observational study about ESP teaching in Algeria. It endeavours to show the English language position in the country, its value and necessity especially in scientific department (case of Environmental Sciences Department).  It also deals with the some variations of ESP. At last, it suggests some of the strategies that can be beneficial for ESP learners to learn the target language. 

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