Please help me with this problem: how to say the head of Chinese Department, Institution of Humanity and Law, Hebei University of Technology
whether sentences below are ok?
Head, Chinese Department, Institution of Humanity and Law, Hebei University of Technology
Hebei University of Technology, Institution of Humanity and Law, Chinese Department head
Chinese Department, Institution of Humanity and Law, Hebei University of Technology head
The Hebei University of Technology
Faculty of Humanity and Law
Attention: (Name), Chinese Departmental Head
This is one way to do it. Good Luck.
Yes, I like Roger's suggestion.
But if you need to use it in a sentence, do this:
My teacher was XXXXXXX, head of the Chinese Department at Hebei University of Technology's Institution of Humanity and Law.
FDI foreign direct investment (sentence check)
i think fdi play very vital role in our country because if fdi come in our country then government give thousand of employment and our country also develop like america,china.
I think FDI plays a very vital role in our country, since FDI takes the country it is found on to the next level of being development country and opens a lot of working chances.
FDIs play a very important role in our country's economic development process. They help creating employment opportunities for our people. They also contribute to transfer knowledge of advance technology and increase domestic competition.
Note; Generally you use the plural form when you talk about Foreign Direct Investments. So use the term "FDIs". Also use shorter sentences in speech for it to be more effective :)