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Teach whether to hyphenate certain words often at a loss when trying to decide to improve confidence regarding sentence structure
Learn the answers to your grammar questions and usage problems, and gain experience in using correct grammar in your writing. Course topics include common grammatical errors and basic principles of grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure; useful practices for choosing words and eliminating wordiness; and easily applied organizational strategies to guarantee a logical flow in any mode of writing, including memos, essays, and personal statements.
Foundational knowledge of writing and grammar greater confidence in writing skills
Putonghua is getting very popular these days. More and more primary schools are starting to teach the Chinese subject using Putonghua and so getting a hand on it will make kids' lives much easier once they have to use Putonghua in school.
Learning Putonghua can be interesting and enjoyable for young children. Our Native Putonghua teacher will make use of stories, songs and simple crafts to arouse children's interest in this ever-popular language.
Trinity College London Graded Examination in Spoken English (GESE) is an internationally accredited English speaking Examination held by Trinity College of the UK. Based on international standard to assess the abilities of the candidates in understanding and communication in English, the qualification from this Examination is recognized by HKEAA.
Through various interactive activities that are in line with the Exam syllabus, the Course can
Time: Mon-Sun 10:00 am- 6:00 pm
This course focuses on training students to understand and use intermediate vocabulary and grammar. The content of the study includes the application training of onomatopoeia, mimetic words, proverbs, idioms, and the life style topics such as modern Korean culture, economy, festivals, etc., teaching the sentence pattern of expressing the law, regretting, and doing something. Students who have completed this course and completed the exam will be level 4 in the Korean Language Proficiency Test (TOPIK).
These courses aim at suiting the needs of both primary level and junior secondary level students.
Phonics is the association between the letters in the alphabet and the sounds in the spoken language. Research has shown that a strong understanding of the relationship between letters and sounds helps children learn to read. That's because the sounds letters make are the building blocks of words. For example, by combining the sounds made by the letters c, a, t, children can read cat. When children learn to recognize letter sounds and combine them to read words, they are developing important skills they need for learning to read.
The aim of these courses is to improve your children's listening, speaking and writing skills so that they are well-equipped not just for the YLE tests, but also for their daily use. Examples are drawn from everyday experience so that children are able to relate their learning with their daily living.
Of course, learning English as a second language is quite different from the way the native speakers do. We will help build up children's vocabulary so that they have more variety of words to use in both speaking and writing English. We also let children know the more colloquial way of speaking English so as to improve their conversation skill.
We offer interview classes for entry to K1, P1 and S1. Through the introduction of basic techniques and practice, the classes stress enhancement of children’s confidence and active attitude to respond in an interview.
This is a course of Japanese language for the young beginners.
• Japanese alphabets and basic phonics
• Vocabulary for everyday life
• Introduction of oneself, address to family members, numericals
• Japanese culture
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5% discount (Abacus Maths and Secondary Maths are exclusive)
Those who recommend the others to join our courses and who are successfully enrolled after recommen-dations will be offered 10% discount (All Maths courses are exclusive)
* We are pleased to provide courses to community centres and schools. The ways of cooperation will be further discussed.
* Parents can form learning groups (a group of 3 is preferable). By this, they can choose the dates and time-slots for the courses interested.