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English Language Schools in Canada

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English is one of Canada’s two official languages, the other one being French. Although Canada cannot be called a cheap option, the study costs here are nonetheless lower than those in the US and the UK. Canadians tend to speak English more correctly than Americans, and the amount of slang they use is significantly lower. Canadian English schools are usually more developed and have a higher standard of English than American English Schools. English courses can have different durations, starting from 2 weeks up to one year. Students often combine study with work, sporting events, excursions, trips, and other cultural events.

The people in Canada are known to be polite and nice. They are also very artistic. In your leisure time, you will have a chance to visit amazing symphony orchestras, opera companies, classical and modern dance groups, and live theater. It’s worth mentioning that Canadian musicians, writes, painters, sculptors, filmmakers, and architects have gained worldwide recognition. The other places you may want to visit are the famous Canadian Rockies, the Niagara Falls and the CN Tower.

Being the world’s second largest country, distances you may need to cover in order to see more of the areas of interest are large. Winter and summer temperatures can alter greatly from region to region, although it’s more of a rule that winters in Canada are cold. If your destination is a non-coastal region, be prepared for temperatures from -5 to -15 °C (23 to -5 °F). In coastal regions winter is usually warmer, milder, and rainy rather than snowy. 25 to 30 °C (77 to 86 °F) tends to be the average summer temperature range. Because of the severe weather in the north, most Canadians have settled in the southern parts of the country.