Month: April 2016

4 Stress-Busting Tips To Try During Exam Time at Your ESL School in Canada

It’s perfectly normal for ESL students to feel a bit stressed from time to time. Learning a new language and living in a different country can sometimes feel like a big challenge—especially during exam time! That’s why studying English in a supportive and friendly environment can be a big help.…

6 Ways to Boost Your Vocabulary While You Study English in Canada

How many English words do you know? 300? 1,000? 2,000? As it turns out, English has more words than any other language on the planet! This means learning new vocabulary will be an important part of your ESL education. In fact, English has more than 1 million words to learn,…

5 Ottawa Festivals to Check Out While You Take English Courses for Carleton University

CultureWorks is located right on the Carleton University campus, which means you’ll be close to Ottawa’s downtown core throughout your studies. That’s good news if you’re interested in seeing a few festivals while you study English in Canada, because Ottawa is the home of many top events. From Winterlude in…

Canadian Spelling Basics for Students Enrolled in an ESL Program

You’ve probably already noticed that English spelling and pronunciation is a little special. Some words like ‘thought’ and ‘would’ are filled with silent letters, while other words like ‘bologna’ and ‘colonel’ aren’t pronounced the way they’re written. To make matters even more complicated, many English words are spelled differently within…

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