Who Is This Book for? This book is a guide to writing and giving presentations. It is mainly intended for non-native speakers of English of all disciplines who want to present the results of their research at international conferences. Problems with language (both written and oral) are dealt with extensively, whereas the technical/graphical elements of creating slides are given less space. The book is designed to help both those who have never done presentations before and researchers whose English is already good (or who are native speakers) but who want to improve their presentation skills. Some chapters have “Advanced Tips” for more experienced presenters. I hope that other trainers like myself in English for Academic Purposes will also find the book a source of useful ideas to pass on to students. Note: Most of the examples given are from real presentations, but in some cases they are fictitious and may contain invented statistics.