FRAQ (frequently and rarely asked questions)

Feel free to fill in the follower’s form. You might have started hating some of the questions. Answer them in any way you like. Tell the truth or lie. Give real names of places and people or invent some. Please let us know if we can use (some of) your phrases for a text collage exhibited (and perhaps published) later on and for the blog. If you insist on a literal use and if you like to have your name said or not. We are looking forward to reading your answers!

Don’t hesitate to contribute to our blog and tell others about it!

How long have you been here?

Where do you come from?

What is your partner doing?

In which department is he working?

How old is your child / are your children?

Where  do you live?

Are you going to stay here?

How do you feel about being in Cambridge?

Where did you go first?

Whom did you meet first?

Where do you go regularly (alone and with the children)?

How do you benefit from Cambridge? How doesCambridgebenefit from you?

What (from your country or generally) do you miss inCambridge?

Are you still in contact with people who left Cambridge. If yes how?

Some more  questions

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