English language development
We offer daily drop-in sessions (in the Student Centre) during Trimesters A and B - no appointment required, language learning consultations (50 mins) – individual or group – appointment required, language workshops, web-based, self-study resources (see below), Doctoral Writing Conversations (DWC) for research thesis students and English as a Second Language papers (ENSLA - see below) - credit bearing papers.
Dates and fees, descriptions, aims, and content of papers
Articles, modals, prepositions, pronouns, sentence fragments, conditional sentences, subject-verb agreement, tenses
Commas, colons, semicolons, apostrophes, hyphens, dashes (en and em), parentheses, quotation marks
Instructional vocabulary (discuss, analyse, compare), context clues, high frequency academic words, root words, prefixes and suffixes
Grammar explained for local students. Includes basic punctuation, sentence fragments, dangling or squinting modifiers and other common errors.
A range of online resources to support independent language learning and development.
Pronunciation Exercises for English Language Learners to practice your pronunciation with downloadable MP3 and MP4 files.