Get help with your English grammar
Find out how this course can help you to improve your knowledge and use of English grammar, through reading, writing, listening and speaking.
10-week Grammar Course
This course can help you to develop grammatical accuracy in your spoken and written English.
You will build your confidence in using grammar to communicate effectively through interactive practice activities.
You will develop your reading, listening, speaking and writing skills with a focus on grammar.
The course is for all undergraduate and postgraduate students who use English as a second language.
The course will run on:
- Wednesdays, 2.15 pm-3.45 pm
Before signing up please make sure that the day and time do not clash with your academic timetable using your MyTimetable.
Email to register for this class.
One-off Grammar Sessions
You can choose one of these sessions to help you with a particular aspect of English grammar.
The sessions will run on:
- Thursdays, 6.15pm to 7.45pm.
Choose a session that interests you and book a place.
Review the different tenses you need to use at university in written assignments, presentations and discussions.
Compare, contrast and describe data and ideas and add emphasis in your assignments and discussions.
Use a/an/the accurately to improve your written assignments, presentations and discussions.
Pronouns and referencing
Avoid repetition and learn to write clearly in your written assignments, presentations and discussions.
Verbs and verb patterns
Select appropriate verbs to report on authors’ views and findings.
Link and present ideas concisely and coherently in your written assignments, presentations and discussions.
Define what you are writing about and add extra information in your sentences.
Nominalisation in written English
Describe concepts and develop the required academic tone of your writing.
Highlight the important participants or events in sentences and maintain good flow of ideas in your writing.
Use cautious language in your writing to indicate your stance on a particular subject or on the claims that you are making.