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  • Welcome back to English university Siri's that teaches some English phrases to help you through your first year at University.

  • It's almost the end of Mary's first term at the University of Studies.

  • She settled in well and made some new friends.

  • But today's the day to find out how well her studying is going when she gets some feedback from Professor not Hello, Mary.

  • Take a seat.

  • No, I mean sit down.

  • So let's review your progress this term.

  • How's it being?

  • I think it's Bean.

  • Um, sorry to interrupt.

  • There's your tea.

  • It's skits.

  • I got you those chocolate ones you like on the fires you asked for.

  • And I bought those tickets for the show tonight.

  • Okay.

  • Thank you.

  • Sharon.

  • Could you are file those away for me, please?

  • Right.

  • E o.

  • Yeah.

  • Where was I?

  • Ah, yes.

  • Your term so far.

  • How's it being?

  • Well, very good.

  • I think I was a little homesick, but everyone has been so supportive.

  • Especially Sharon.

  • Oh, yes.

  • I couldn't car.

  • She's a really brick.

  • Well, that's good to hear.

  • I know you've had to adapt to our strange British ways, and that might explain some of the notes.

  • I've written about you.

  • Work average needs to work on expressing ideas more clearly.

  • I've been concerned about progress.

  • Maybe a little wet behind the ears.

  • Did I really write that?

  • I beg to differ, Mary.

  • I mean, I don't agree.

  • He can't be talking about you.

  • I think you need to offer some feedback on his feet back and get him to see eye to eye with you.

  • I can't do that.

  • He's the professor.

  • He may be in charge, but he's not always right.

  • You are entitled to say I find your comments a bit harsh.

  • I feel I've put in 100% effort this term.

  • And what evidence do you have?

  • Your feedback?

  • Try that and make it clear.

  • You think he's wrong.

  • People light.

  • It won't be easy, but I'll try.

  • I m professor, not I like you.

  • No, thank you.

  • I mean, you are a good teacher and have been very helpful.

  • As you know, I feel I have put in ah, 100% effort this term.

  • I couldn't agree more, so I find your comments a bit harsh on a little unfair.

  • I mean, what evidence do you have for your feedback?

  • Oh, well, Uh um Well, let's look at the mark for your assignment.

  • Now we've It says he had e minus easy.

  • I'm right.

  • A minus noise.

  • Comey.

  • I worked so hard and sorry.

  • More biscuits.

  • What's going on?

  • And why is Mary crying?

  • Well, where?

  • What have you done?

  • Come on, Mary.

  • I'll make you a nice cup of tea.

  • This'll feedback session hasn't gone to plan.

  • Giving feedback is supposed to be a positive and useful experience, but professor not seems to have gone too far Are using these phrases work is average needs to work on expressing ideas more clearly.

  • I'm a big concerned about your progress, a little wet behind the ears, but Mary stood her ground with these phrases.

  • I feel I've put in 100% effort.

  • It's term.

  • I find your comments a bit harsh.

  • What evidence do you have for your feedback?

  • You can practice these phrases, pick up a few more plus learned some top tips for studying in the UK on our website at BBC Learning english dot com.

  • Now let's hope Sharon can explain Professor, not comments and make him see sense.

  • There's your t dia.

  • I know, Robert.

  • I mean professor not had a late night last night.

  • Maybe he got confused.

  • Can you not just agree to disagree?

  • Now let's have a look at these files.

  • Oh, dear.

  • What is it?

  • Sharon?

  • I seem to have given him the wrong file.

  • He was reading the comments he'd written for Daniel Smyser.

  • Oops.

  • Hello, You two.

  • Time for my feedback session with the old prophet.

  • Can't wait to hear all the great things he's got to say about me.

  • It's been such a brilliant term.

  • Ah, you better go in.

Welcome back to English university Siri's that teaches some English phrases to help you through your first year at University.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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