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This introductory section will explain the scope of this book, its purpose, its intended readership, how it should be approached by readers, the background to its development, which aspects of conference English it intends to cover, and will also introduce some of the key concepts recurring throughout the book.
KeywordsBritish Conference Speech Event Academic Conferences Conference Discussion Spoken Discourse
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