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    Hello everyone. I wish I could speak in English about Canada and especially the beautiful city of Montreal.
    Speaking of sports, culture, outputs, activities .. everything !
    Let's talk about your experiences in Canada.


    Thank you, waiting for your answers, very soon I hope !

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    That's a great idea! Even though I'm not quite in Canada yet... (soonish) so maybe later. I'll just read you guys for now.
    It's a good opportunity to practice a little

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    Hi Lucy !

    I'm not in Montreal or even Canada, but it's not a problem for discuss your projects about Canada
    If you want to talk about your project in English, It's with pleasure !


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    Hey Kevin, do you already know Montréal? When are you planning to land there? What is your canadian project?

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    Hey !

    I've never been to Montreal, unfortunately, but I learned a lot about this town (and about Canada in general).
    I wish I could be in Montréal in four or five years, after my BAC and after working a bit in France to save money.
    My canadian project ? Successfully in obtaining permanent residence in order to settle and work in Canada is for this reason that I try to improve my English as much as possible.

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    I didn't realize you were that young! If it's just after your bac, you only have a couple of years to go before discovering Canada! Don't you want to go to another canadian region if you want to improve your english? do you want to do a working holiday visa before a permanent one?

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    No I will not leave immediately after my degree, but in 4-5 years, after working here (in a fast-food for example or in a bar) to save money. (Actually, I've 16 years old, so, to 20-21 years)
    I would like to visit another province of Canada, but it's not currently possible.
    For a pvt, I can stay only one year, and I wish stay more longer, at least the first 5 years of permanent residence.
    To improve my English, I intend to do that here and work more as possible, even if not at all the same that thing to practice it every day in an English speaking country.

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    Hi Lucy !

    I'm not in Montreal or even Canada, but it's not a problem for discuss your projects about Canada
    If you want to talk about your project in English, It's with pleasure !

    (Yeah, actually that's true... )

    Well I'm landing next wednesday in Montreal. Will stay for 3 nights for a short visit, then head to Québec city.
    I have a work experience as a violin maker/restorer there and will stay for six months at least, then back to France and then probably to Québec again! I also have another work experience planned for April, in Montréal.
    Of course I want to discover as much as I can about Canada, Québec, with it's people and the Grand Nature, but I also want to carry on playing music, practice yoga and climbing (maybe), and learn to play the "clawhammer" style banjo as well as traditional canadian and québécois music

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    Hello,

    I think it is great idea for my english ! (and other people ^^)
    Do you have pictures about montreal ?

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    Kevin. I'm an English teacher. Hello English Students!

    Happy New Year!


    Our new session starts next week and I'd love to see you there.


    Here's the schedule:


    Evenings


    Beginners/Level 1 Monday & Wednesday 6:15-8:15 p.m.
    Intermediate/Level 3 Monday & Wednesday 8:15 - 10:15 p.m
    Advanced/Level 4 Tuesday & Thursday 6:15 -8:15 p.m.
    Level 2 Tuesday & Thursday 8:15 - 10:15 p.m


    There is also an Advanced course on Tuesday at noon


    Saturdays


    Beginners/Level 1 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
    Intermediate/Level 3 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
    Level 2 - 2:15 - 4:15 p.m.
    Advanced/Level 4 4:15 - 6:15 p.m.


    You can sign up 7 days a week:
    In person at the community centre: 3555 St-Urbain


    By phone with a credit card: 514 872-0566


    On line at Milton Park Recreation Association Follow these instructions:


    1) Go to the schedule/horaire and go to the adult section and click on the course you want to take.
    2) Now click on 'sign up' (s'inscrire) and you'll be on a site called Amilia From there you can find your profile and sign up and pay for the course.


    The courses that are twice ( 2X ) per week are $175
    The courses that are once ( 1X ) per week are $99


    Hope to see you next week!


    Tammy

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    Message de Bammbammy
    Kevin. I'm an English teacher. Hello English Students!

    Happy New Year!


    Our new session starts next week and I'd love to see you there.


    Here's the schedule:


    Evenings


    Beginners/Level 1 Monday & Wednesday 6:15-8:15 p.m.
    Intermediate/Level 3 Monday & Wednesday 8:15 - 10:15 p.m
    Advanced/Level 4 Tuesday & Thursday 6:15 -8:15 p.m.
    Level 2 Tuesday & Thursday 8:15 - 10:15 p.m


    There is also an Advanced course on Tuesday at noon


    Saturdays


    Beginners/Level 1 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
    Intermediate/Level 3 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
    Level 2 - 2:15 - 4:15 p.m.
    Advanced/Level 4 4:15 - 6:15 p.m.


    You can sign up 7 days a week:
    In person at the community centre: 3555 St-Urbain


    By phone with a credit card: 514 872-0566


    On line at Milton Park Recreation Association Follow these instructions:


    1) Go to the schedule/horaire and go to the adult section and click on the course you want to take.
    2) Now click on 'sign up' (s'inscrire) and you'll be on a site called Amilia From there you can find your profile and sign up and pay for the course.


    The courses that are twice ( 2X ) per week are $175
    The courses that are once ( 1X ) per week are $99


    Hope to see you next week!


    Tammy
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    Message de karlb1987
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    As it said, I will talk about Montreal

    I was lucky enough to get my 1st Canadian WHV in 2010 (already!!!) and now lucky again I will be back there in 2 months now!

    I just felt in love with city, people and this chilling way of life. I can't wait to chill in Mont Royal with snow everywhere, boots on my feet, and breath taking by the view.

    I hope some of you guys will follow

    Cheers

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    hey everyone im frenchy and spanish guy would like to practice my English, i coming may to live in montreal, let me know, cheers see u