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Practing Piping Engineering Language

Practing Piping Engineering Language

Practing Piping Engineering Language


I'm a new user, I work as a piping engineer since 5 years ago in a Refinery, i'm currently applying to get another job and i recently have an interview and I noticed that i have a weakness when it comes to talk in English about my job responsabilities because i'm not used to talk about my job in English (I'm a spanish speaker).

So I thought it'd be a good idea come to a forum to see if i can find anyone (english speaker) to talk about my job, we can exchange job experiences while i practice my piping engineering english language so i can be more prepare for a new interview.

I really appreciate any help from anyone of you.

Greetings and blessings...

RE: Practing Piping Engineering Language

I would be happy to talk with you.
Go here and read:
At the very end after the "About the Author" the last line gives you my contact information.
In my opinion it will be better to communicate via Email and I will be able to attach examples and other items to help with the process.
Here (on Eng-Tips.com)I am "pennpiper. In other places I am Jop (my initials).

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