Still terrified to attend the first class of English 101? We are here to help you master English and beat that class without efforts!
Just like Xie Na did, when in July 2013 she attended Boston University’s Center for English Language & Orientation Programs (CELOP) for a 6-week program to improve her English skills. We assume a 6-week approach worked for her because already in March 2017 she became #1 trending topic on Weibo, when she announced she would go to Italy as an overseas student to study design.
If Xie Na did it, you can do it too. Below is a structured 6-week training program that will help you rock at English 101. Let’s start!…
Let’s agree that Chinese and English are two totally different languages – pronunciation, grammar, written form, expressions – it all differs. From a broader perspective, there are some major differences between.
- English emphasizes the structure, while Chinese focuses on the meaning. In English, it is very common to see one long sentence with a long modifier, and pronouns like “we”, “she”, “they” in addition to “that” and “which”, to avoid recurrences. The sentence could be very long and complicated, this is especially obvious in legal articles. However, in the Chinese language, generally sentences are shorter and even if it’s a long sentence, it would be divided into several short sentences or phrases by comma.
English is a compulsory course in Chinese schools. However, like in many nations in the world, the English teaching in China mainly focuses on grammar and exams, which makes the subject very boring. Students have little to no interest in English and always find it a hard subject due to the wrong teaching method….
All the international students who’re studying in American colleges have to pass English 101 – the entry-level English class that teaches the basics of analytical reading and essay writing. To most of Chinese students, this is not an easy task, because Chinese and English are two totally different languages:…
Let’s face it, China is a big mobile nation. Nowadays, you can’t imagine a Chinese without a bunch of applications at the palm of their hand. The study shows that in 2017 the average mobile internet user had 40 apps installed on their phone. There are apps virtually for any need: effective online shopping can be conducted with TaoBao and Alipay, social interaction is impossible without WeChat, and listening to music is way more enjoyable with Tik Tok.
The sphere of education hasn’t skipped this trend. There are a lot of apps that can make Chinese students’ English study become more convenient. We’ve come up with the list of 5 most effective and popular apps ready for download right now.
1. Keke English
The leadership belongs to Keke English. This app has super rich learning resources, from basic daily conversation to international exams like TOEFL, IELTS, KeKe English provides a variety of learning resources.
This is VOA Standard English:…
English 101 is an entry-level English class that most American college students take at their first semester in college. All the international students who’re studying in American universities are required to pass this course. However, to most of them, it is not an easy task.
The major difficulty of Chinese students is to make their essay look like it’s written by a native speaker. The reason hides behind the lack of idioms and set phrases that are naturally entangled into their essay writing.
Below are 10 idioms that a Chinese student could use in their English 101 essays. Together with explanations and usage samples, they should form a solid basis for excellent writing score.
This phrase means you’re totally attracted by someone or something, e.g: I’m head over heels about this book. …