Projects Schrottbots Autonomous robots are becoming omnipresent, especially the little ones. Most of them are considered toys, such as BB-8, Spykee or RoboSapiens [1—3], but quite a few are trying to actually be useful, such as Roombas, robotic lawnmowers and suitcases that follow you [4—6] or teleconferencing robots [7—9], to name just a few.
Die Wiedergabe von Gebrauchsnamen, Handelsnamen, Warenbezeichnungen usw. This is not due merely to globalisation brought on by technology, but also the mutual recognition and international validation of degrees. This mobility and diversification has a significant common denominator and that is the English language.
A good knowledge and understanding of English is essential for persons working or studying abroad. This book may be used either in class or for self-study. The aim is to give German students, graduates and professionals an insight into the terminology common to the building industry and, at the same time, to provide opportunity to practise and consolidate vocabulary and grammar.
The 12 chapters in the book referred to as units accompany the reader through all planning phases of a project, from the brief and feasibility study through to the completion and acceptance of a building.
Business skills, such as telephoning, writing s, letters, etc. The development of a single-family home, which is planned and realized during the course of the book, provides a background for dialogues and letter writing.
Some of the more important grammar elements have been included, offering readers the opportunity to refresh and practise functions appropriate to the phase of construction.
This book does not purport to be a dictionary or a set of rules. It points out major differences between the UK and Germany, but does not cover all the rules and regulations. The purpose is to support those wishing to enhance their architectural knowledge with the equivalent English expressions and vocabulary.
All terminology is introduced in an appropriate context, giving readers a lexical phrase, a short expression in English, rather than single words lacking context.
Acknowledgements I am very grateful to all those who have made this book possible. Comments, suggestions and criticism have provided valuable insights and contributed immensely towards what English for Architects is today.
This book would never have been possible without the patience and support of my husband, Nicholas Heidenreich, with looking after our three children. I would have been lost without his help at the computer. The many diagrams, which he produced, illustrating architectural situations and phases are an incredible asset to the book.
I would like to thank my father, James Hawken, for spending endless hours reading and checking texts and for the s with suggestions from across the globe. Susanne Zech, who contributed towards the book with her drawings, has also been a great help and support. Josef Reindl for their support in reading and checking single units or sometimes even the whole book.
Units 1 and 2 start with the fundamentals, the feasibility studies and first meetings with clients. Units 10 and 11 describe the realization and completion phases of a project. The final unit takes a look at the diverse career opportunities in architecture. It is possible to access the book at any stage; however, vocabulary explained in earlier units is not repeated and might have to be referred to in the alphabetic lists at the end of the book.
The overview on the following page will help the reader to locate the appropriate construction phase, business skill or grammar item.
Each unit offers reading texts describing a process or situation arising during the course of a project. These texts introduce vocabulary in a context corresponding to the phase. By working through the units, the reader will become aware of collocating verbs, nouns and adjectives.
The significance of collocations is explained in Unit Word spiders have been added in Units 2 and 8 to point out the importance of lexical phrases.Allgemeine Benennungen Plan. bezogen auf deren in waagrechter Richtung gemessenen Entfernung. gemessen in der Gehlinie.
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