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- These services are open to UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students.
- Please note that the Speaking and Writing Enhancement Services are limited to 5 consultation sessions per semester for undergraduate students, and 8 consultation sessions per year for postgraduate students.
- Students are paired with language advisors according to their available timeslots on a first-come, first-served basis, and are unable to select their preferred language advisor.

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Priority will be given to:

Registration Period (Semester 1, 2017-2018):

Important Notes for Registration:

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

09:30-10:20

     

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10:30-11:20

 

W S

W S

   

11:30-12:20

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W S

W S

W S

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12:30-13:20

W S

 

W S

W

 

13:30-14:20

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W S

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14:30-15:20

The Speaking and Writing Enhancement Services will not be provided from 14:30 to 18:20 on Mondays.

 

W S

   

15:30-16:20

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W S

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16:30-17:20

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17:30-18:20

 

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18:30-19:20

         

19:30-20:20

         

 

Pre-test arrangements:

 


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Making the Best Use of Our Virtual Consultation
Frequently Asked Questions (WES in Virtual Consultation)
  1. How do I find out whether I am using a word/phrase correctly?
  2. How do I write a good counter-argument?
  3. I am preparing for the IELTS writing. Can you recommend some useful software or websites?
  4. What is the difference between the present perfect tense and past tense?
  5. I struggle with organizing ideas. What strategies might help me?
Frequently Asked Questions (SES in Virtual Consultation)
  1. What should I do if I go blank?
  2. If I do not understand what others are saying, what can I do?
  3. It takes me a long time to translate the Chinese words into the English ones. How could I improve that?
  4. I have heard people pronouncing the final '-s' sound in different ways; sometimes they make an 's' sound as in 'stops', sometimes a 'z' as in 'decides'. What are the rules governing the pronunciation of the final '-s' sound?
  5. I have heard people saying that when we speak in English, grammar is not important. Is that true?
No. of Messages Posted
Total (2726)
- Teacher 1573
- Student 1153