N. Kryazheva - The United States and the United Kingdom. Past and Present (pdf), страница 30
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We will not be able to see everything there is worth seeing in one day.243. If you go through a college gate, you will find yourself in a square the size of which varies fromcollege to college.244. There are now twenty-four colleges for men, five for women and another five which have both menand women members, many from overseas studying for higher degrees.245. Edinburgh is considered by some as one of the greenest and most architecturally beautiful cities inEurope often referred to as the "Athens of the North".246. In the decades immediately after the Second World War, Harvard reformed its admissions policiesas it sought from a more diverse applicant pool.247.
Yale has 3,300 faculty members, who teach 5,300 undergraduate students and 6,000 graduatestudents.248. So, now California Institute of Technology is one of the main universities in the USA, specializing onexact sciences and engineering.249. Undergraduates are required to complete an extensive core curriculum called the General InstituteRequirements (GIRs).250. Stanford is considered to be one of the best universities in the world.251. Manchester has the largest total income of all UK universities, standing at £640 million as of 2007.252. The Open University's style of teaching is called supported open learning.253.
In the new millennium there is not a university in the land that does not make use of OU materialsand study methods.254. Ivy League colleges are sometimes considered to be too proud of their high social position.255. The first thing you should do is contact your tutor before the cut-off date.CONTENTSPreface2Part I. The United States3Three Branches of Government5The Fourth of July - the US Independence Day8American Presidents:10George Washington (1732-1799)10Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)10Now He Belongs to the Ages11Washington, D.C.13Philadelphia17New York (NYC)18Los Angeles23San Francisco25The US Mass Media26Radio and Television26Cinema in the USA27Some Facts about Hollywood28The Family28House and Home29Sport in the United States32Meals34Education35Colleges and Universities37Holidays in the USA40In the End50Part II. Great Britain52It is Interesting to Know about the English Language.52British and American English55Britain: Past and Present56The Role of the Monarchy60Parliament62The Government63Cities and Towns:64London64Cardiff68Edinburgh69Manchester69Birmingham71Stratford-on-Avon72Bristol72An Englishman's Home is His CastleGardeningPetsSport in Great BritainFoodBritish EducationThe Teen-ager CultureAerobicsFree SchoolHigher Education in Great BritainTraditions:Domestic Traditions and CustomsTraditions in FoodEtiquetteHolidays in Great BritainThe Week-endPubs in BritainTelevison in Great BritainLeisureIn the End7374757576798080808184858687899293939495.