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    taking at the

    She is taking at the Oxford university.

    How do you understand this sentence?

    I could understand it in two ways :
    (1) She is studying at the Oxford university.
    (2) She is teaching at the Oxford university.

    Please help me.

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    Re: taking at the

    There's something missing: there should be the name of the subject that she is doing. It could mean that she is studying or teaching, though in the absence of further context, I would assume she is a student.

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