Language study abroadCanada
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A LANGUAGE STUDY TRIP TO CANADA WITH BOA LINGUA:
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- The opportunity to gain a DELF certificate or another language qualification
- Outdoor sports and many other activities in Canada
A language study trip to Canada combines nature and the city, as well as English and French. Learn French in the East of the country where the cities exude French flair and a spectacular autumn awaits.
Language study inCanada:
Canada is a country of staggering proportions. Based on surface area, it is the second-largest country on Earth. And yet despite growing immigration, it remains one of the most sparsely populated regions in the world. It is covered with vast pine forests. Its national parks boast stunning mountain landscapes and still lakes that reflect the idyllic panorama. Canada's diverse geography adds to its special charm: windswept coasts, the lush valleys of the Niagara Escarpment, prairie steppes and the icy Arctic in the North. Surrounded by largely unspoilt nature, you will also come across some fascinating wildlife on your language trip to Canada.
CONTRAST BETWEEN NATURE AND THE BIG CITY
Major cities such as Toronto and Vancouver are as far removed from the wilderness as you can get. Modern skylines with mountain backdrops create a fabulous contrast between nature and city life. Canada's bilingualism is another special feature. The majority of the country was under British rule and therefore speaks English. Eastern regions of the country, on the other hand, speak only French or are bilingual. As a result, you can learn French or both languages at the language schools in Quebec and Montreal. The cities have a distinct French feel, with picturesque centres and charming cafés. And if you happen to be here in the autumn, you'll get to experience the famous "Indian Summer" where all the leaves in the forests turn gold.