The English Language and the ENG103 Course at NSU

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English is the most commonly spoken and used language in the world. Having a good proficiency in the language makes us communicable and more networking to the world. English is a language that also makes us understand other languages. And, it’s easy to learn. Attending ENG103 gives us the practice of academic reading and especially writing, focusing on expository essays that potentially boost our English language practice. The necessity of learning the English language and making its educational process through ENG103 course for an NSU student is peerless.

When we are at a tertiary level of schooling, it’s indispensable to write more and more about our academics things with international standards. If we are talking about international standards and our networking through a language, then it’s imperative to do things in a particular language which is English. As English is an easy, familiar, and most used communicable language among countries, we used it. The ENG103 helping us as NSU students to embrace and learn core and fundamental things of knowing and practicing the language.

Nowadays, most of the time, we spend time on the internet, especially on social networks. Social network platforms these days making the communication and networking process in the world so handy. As we are using these platforms for causes most of the time, if we think about some issues internationally, it’s mandatory to write about the thing in the English language. As the ENG103 course emphasizing essay structure and editing essay types, including narrative, descriptive, process, cause and effect exceptionally, and comparison and contrast, after attending or completing the course gives us so we can write about big reasons so quickly.

Finally, English is a straightforward language among other languages. And to stay with an international standard of communication, learning about the English language is very unrivaled. Being an undergraduate student needs a lot of materials about courses also sometimes things like research papers. Most of these things written in English and without knowing the English language don’t make those things understandable.

In conclusion, undoubtedly, English plays a much more significant role in the world. It is inevitable for people to ignore it thoroughly and students who are pursuing their higher studies. For NSU students at the undergraduate level, the ENG103 course gives a tremendous amount of help to adjust to reading and writing in the English language.

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Benzir Ahammed Shawon

I'm Benzir Ahammed Shawon (বাংলা: বেনজির আহম্মেদ শাওন), also known as Benzir A. Shawon, from Beautiful Bangladesh. I'm an undergrad student. I'm studying Computer Science and Engineering under School of Engineering and Physical Science at North South University. I'm a computer science enthusiast. I love to write codes also blogs about those.

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Benzir Ahammed Shawon

I'm Benzir Ahammed Shawon (বাংলা: বেনজির আহম্মেদ শাওন), also known as Benzir A. Shawon, from Beautiful Bangladesh. I'm an undergraduate student. I'm studying Computer Science and Engineering as my major and Mathematics as my minor under the School of Engineering and Physical Science at North South University. I'm a competitive programmer. Also, machine learning and artificial intelligence researcher, technology and robotics blogger, robotics and microcontroller enthusiast. I love to code, solving problems, and play video games. My favorite computer languages are Python, Matlab, Java, C, and C++. And, my most favorite video game is Far Cry 3. I have good knowledge of Combinatorics. I can describe many things with patterns. I have studied 'Harmonies of the World' by Johannes Kepler and 'Liber Abaci' by Fibonacci. φ is my favorite irrational number, and the hexagon is my favorite polygon. I'm a Marxist, and a leader of the historical progressive leftist student organization, Bangladesh Students' Union.

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