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(pleasure; attending; name; appreciate; display; activities; victories; as far as I know; groups)

Stephan: ______________, there are also amateur groups for young people at the University.

Victor: Yes, we have very talented students and they have a wide choice of __________.

S: What _______________ are there at the University?

V: There’s a folk-dance group “Shashu”, a contemporary-dance group “Fire”, vocal groups, a ballet studio.

S: Are there any other extracurricular activities where the students can _______ their abilities?

V: Further opportunities for student development are offered through a debate club, a literary club and a club of merry and ingenious people (KVN).

S: Really? KVN? In our University we also have such a club. And what is the ____________of your team?

V: It’s called “Polytekh”.

S: Has it gained any _______________?

V: Twice in 2000 and in 2001 our team became the region champion and was the second in Kazakhstan KVN Super League.

S: As we can see from the list of the activities there are many things your students do besides ___________ classes. Thanks a lot. I really _________your help.

V: It’s a ________________.


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The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University, or simply Oxford), located in the City of Oxford, Oxfordshire, Great Britain, is the oldest University in the English-speaking world. It is also regarded as one of the world's leading academic institutions and best University in the UK. The name is sometimes abbreviated as Oxon. The University has 38 independent colleges.

The University traces its roots back to at least 1167, although the exact date of foundation remains unclear, and there is evidence of teaching there as far back as the 10th century. After a dispute between students and townsfolk broke out in 1209, some of the academics at Oxford fled north-east to the town of Cambridge, where the University of Cambridge was founded. The two universities (collectively known as "Oxbridge") have since had a long history of competition with each other.

Undergraduate teaching is centred upon the tutorial, where 1-4 students spend an hour with an academic discussing their week’s work, usually an essay (arts) or problem sheet (sciences). Students usually have around two tutorials a week, and can be taught by academics at any other college - not just their own - as expertise and personnel requires. These tutorials are complemented by lectures, classes and seminars, which are organised on a departmental basis. Graduate students undertaking taught degrees are usually instructed through classes and seminars, though naturally there is more focus upon individual research.

The academic year is divided into three terms, determined by Regulations. Michaealmas Term lasts from October to December; Hilary Term from January to March; and Trinity Term from April to June.

Within these terms, Council determines for each year eight-week periods called Full Terms, during which undergraduate teaching takes place. These terms are shorter than those of many other British universities. Undergraduates are also expected to prepare heavily in the three vacations (known as the Christmas, Easter and Long Vacations).

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Some of the college and University buildings in Central Oxford

The University of Cambridge (often Cambridge University), located in Cambridge, England, is the fourth oldest University in the world.

The University grew out of an association of scholars in the city of Cambridge that was formed, early records suggest, in 1209 by scholars leaving Oxford after a dispute with local townsfolk there. The universities of Oxford and Cambridge are often jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". In addition to cultural and practical associations as a historic part of British society, the two universities also have a long history of rivalry with each other.

Academically, Cambridge is consistently ranked in the world's top 5 universities. It has produced 83 Nobel Laureates to date, more than any other University in the world according to some counts.

The principal method of teaching at Cambridge colleges is the supervision. These are typically weekly hour-long sessions in which small groups of students-usually between one and three-meet with a member of the University's teaching staff or a doctoral student. Students are normally required to complete an essay or assignment in advance of the supervision, which they will discuss with the supervisor during the session, along with any concerns or difficulties they have had with the material presented in that week's lectures. Lectures at Cambridge are often described as being almost a mere 'bolt-on' to these supervisions. Students typically receive two or three supervisions per week. This pedagogical system is often cited as being unique to Cambridge and Oxford (where “supervisions” are known as “tutorials”).

The concept of grading students' work quantitatively was developed by a tutor named William Farish at the University of Cambridge in 1792.

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Great Court of King's College