Chinese learners tend to overuse topic-comment sentence structures in English. These are typically introduced by “FOR”.
Wrong: *For the students, they think it is better to have more internship opportunities during their study.
Right: Students think it is better to have more internship opportunities during their study.

Example 1 shows a topic/comment structure typical of Chinese. The correct sentence structure in English here would be SUBJECT (“the low accessibility to large outdoor spaces”), VERB (“limits”), OBJECT (“accesss […]“).
WRONG
RIGHT
 With the low accessibility to large outside spaces, it greatly limits the Hong Kong citizens’s access to nature and healthy living styles. 

The low accessibility to large outside spaces greatly limits Hong Kong citizen’s access to nature and healthy living styles.

 

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