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Homework Help: English

Posted by Henry2 on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at 5:06am.

Thank you very, very much for helping me! I still have to mention a few things to connect the description of the school to the need of promoting the study of English and IT.
I hope you can help me express them.

1) I also wanted to say that students from the applied sciences branch will be involved in the project and that they will have to improve their English in order to meet the requirements for the project. (I don't know how to express this).
2) Therefore, they will need to introduce an extra hour of science and English (We have already said that).
3) I also wanted to say that we'll also include students coming from low-income families and poor countries, such as Romania for whom participation in the project is the only opportunity to work in a European environment.
4) I know the words are not appropriate, but this is the content.
5) The school is known for its scientific focus on bio-technologies, chemistry, biology and physics: the state-of-the-art laboratories enable students to work and study using high-quality equipment. (Can I include state-of-the-art or it is redundant??)

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