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A regulatory body in the UK that looks after student [affair / affairs] has warned universities to be [honest / honesty] about online lessons. The Office for Students issued a request to [higher / lower] education providers not to make promises that lessons from September will be in-person or face-to-face. [Currently / Present] , thousands of institutions worldwide are [delivered / delivering] lessons online because of the coronavirus pandemic. The quality of these lessons [quite / quit] often depends on the proficiency of teachers to successfully exploit video conferencing platforms to [triplicate / replicate] a classroom experience. The body said: "[Manicured / Tailored] support needs to be put [in / on] place." Cambridge University has announced all of its lessons will be online [until / since] the summer of 2021.

The Office for Students chief executive, Nicola Dandridge, warned universities and colleges to be "as [dear / clear] as they can" when informing students of what [kindness / kind] of teaching situation they will receive. She said: "[None / No one] of us knows exactly what is going to be [happened / happening] in the autumn. What we don't want to see is [promise / promises] that it's all going to be back to [usually / usual] with an on-campus experience, when that is not the [case / box] ." She added: "The point here is absolute clarity to students so they know what they are getting [on / in] advance to accepting university offers." She said that, "every [reasonable / reasoned] effort" should be made to ensure that students, "receive good outcomes and that the quality of their teaching is [robots / robust] ".

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