Oxford Apartments

Cantay House Park End Place, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1JD, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Oxford,labignton,french

by moimp

HI

My name is mathieu and i'm 19.
I'm french student and currently i'm in Abington for a placement. I would like to meet english people to friendship and to improve my english. So I hope you get in touche with me.

BYE BYE

Re: Oxford,labignton,french

by delcity

check with the nuns that live and work at some church or school. ask them about places that the families gather after or before mass. the pubs and wine houses.
also they will know the best places to shop for bargains and also who the good and bad doctors and dentist are in the area.

Travel Tips for Oxford

In Cafeteria Magica

by shutterlust

in cafeteria magica
diximus de melvyn bragg
qui interrogat
qui decem libri
de populi britanniae scripsi
terras mutaverunt

Translation:
in the Magic Cafe
we talked about Melvyn Bragg
who asks
which ten books
written by British people
have changed the world?

The answer:
^ Newton's Principia
^ Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations
^ The Rules of Association Football
^ Darwin's Origin of Species
^ Magna Carta
^ Marie Stopes
^ Mary Wolstonecraft
^ Faraday on Electricity
^ King James Bible
^ Shakespeare's First Folio Discussing the 10 books written by British people that have changed the world in the Magic Cafe is a classic Oxonian experience, in my opinion... :-D

Graduation

by barryg23

Though I finished my studies here in October '02, it wasn't until recently (May '03) that the ceremony took place. Oxford is in many ways a traditional University, and nowhere is this more reflected than in the graduation. The ceremony has changed little down the centuries, what with the Latin, bible-tapping, different color robes for different degrees, rules governing who wears hats, etc, - all very solemn! All in all, though I felt it was a bit too ceremonial, I did enjoy it. Graduation is held in the Sheldonian theatre - one of Oxford's nicest buildings.

How to celebrate May Day

by casiokerry

May Day is possibly the best day of the year in Oxford. The traditional way to celebrate May Day is to stay awake all night and go and see the choir welcome in the dawn at Magdelen College.
Along Cowley Road, many venues will remain open all night, to allow for the revellers to imbibe huge amounts of alcohol into the early hours. Look out for special events - many clubs will be booking extra special DJs and bands for the ocasion.

Maud-Lynn not Mag-da-lin

by barryg23

Oxford has some intuition-defying pronunciations. If you really want to sound like a native you'll have to say Bay-lee-ill for Balliol (college), Bod-lee-inn for Bodleian (library), Maud-Lynn for Magdalen (College & Street), Wuuster for Worcester (College).

Lincoln College Oxford

by KittyLou

I am told this is one of the smaller colleges. In the summer it is rented out to the Breadloaf School of English, a program of Middlebury College (Vermont, USA).

Because of a connection to Middlebury College we have had a chance to visit and attend "High Table". The food in earlier visits was wonderful. My last visit was June 04 and I would say the quality of prepration had gone down but it is still as good as many public places a tourist hits by chance, so if you have any friends who attend Lincoln College ask them to take you to dinner, or lunch.

As my photo shows, one of our visits was during exam time for Oxford students.

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