​Freshers’ Week: Multiple Choice Vocabulary Test

The UK has a well-respected higher education system and some of the (1) _________ universities and research institutions in the world. But to those who are new to it all, it can be overwhelming and sometimes confusing.

October is usually the busiest month in the academic calendar. Universities have something called Freshers’ Week for their (2) _________ . It’s a great opportunity to make new friends, join lots of clubs and (3) _________ into university life.

However , having just left the comfort of home and all your friends behind, the (4) _________ of meeting lots of strangers in big halls can be nerve-wracking. Where do you start? Who should you make friends with? Which clubs should you (5) _________?

Luckily, there will be thousands of others in the same (6) _________ as you worrying about starting their university social life on the right foot. So just take it all in slowly. Don’t rush into anything that you’ll (7) _________ for the next three years.

Here are some top tips from past students on how to (8) _________ Freshers’ Week: blend in; make sure you are aware of British social etiquette; have some Cola and snacks handy for your housemates and friends; be (9) _________; sometimes cups of tea or even slices of toast can give you a head start in making friends; be sociable; So with a bit of clever planning and motivation, Freshers’ Week can give you a great start to your university life and soon you’ll be (10) _________ on your wisdom to next year’s new recruits.

1 high top atop peak
2 recruits strangers newcomers undergraduates
3 run settle put burst
4 prospect hope promise outlook
5 connect add enter join
6 shoes craft boat vessel
7 dissapoint regret upset grieve
8 survive experience exist maintain
9 genuine disposed hospitable hostile
10 holding carrying passing giving

1.B; 2.C; 3.B; 4.A; 5.D; 6.C; 7.B; 8.A; 9.C; 10.C

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