English: Grammar Workshops
Provided by: ELU
Thu 6 Mar 2014 – Department of Engineering, Language Unit Meeting Room
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Tue 1 Dec 2015
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Description: Workshop to revise and improve some aspects of English grammar.
- Non-native PhD and Postdoc, MPhil by Research students from the Department of Engineering
Duration: One session of two hours
Number of sessions: 1
|Thu 6 Mar||11:15 - 13:15||Department of Engineering, Language Unit Meeting Room||Sheila Dodds|
Format: Class work and individual study
- Participants must be Non-native speakers
- To help students revise and extend their understanding of how to use verbs in both written and spoken English.
- We will be looking at tenses, conditionals, modal verbs and passives.
- As time will be limited, it will not be possible to cover any of these topics comprehensively, and we will therefore be focusing on some of the areas that most often cause students difficulty.
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