University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

International Students' Language Workshop - Idioms

Assisting International Students with Their English Language Skills

These sessions are designed for students whose first language is not English but all interested UNH Law students are invited to attend.

In each workshop, we will review the principles governing the topic at hand and work on practice exercises. No preparation or homework is required.

Each meeting will focus on a specific topic dealing with:

  • Grammar
  • Paragraph and sentence structure
  • Vocabulary and word choice
  • Punctuation
  • Writing style
  • Any other English language questions that participants may want to cover outside their regular classes

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Questions - please contact:

Martha McEntee, Assistant Professor of Legal Skills, Co-Director of Graduate Programs Legal Skills

(603) 513-5169

All workshops in this series (attend one OR all)

Sept. 19 - Writing Effective Sentence

Sept. 26 - Connections Between Sentences

Oct. 3 - Common Words and Expressions Used in U.S. Legal Practice

Oct. 10 - Writing Effective Paragraphs

Oct. 17 - Connections Between Paragraphs

Oct. 24 - Conciseness and Clarity, Eliminating Excess Words

Oct. 31 - Choosing Effective Words

Nov. 7 - Punctuation

Nov. 14 - E-mail and Other Correspondence

Nov. 21 - Idioms