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TEF Canada vs. TCF Canada: which one do you choose? Apr 22, 2024

Written by Andy Rodriguez

 Are you planning to immigrate to Canada as an international student or skilled worker and want to earn an additional 50 points for speaking French, if so, then you have probably been faced with the dilemma of whether to opt for the TEF?

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Upper-intermediate English to study in Canada: how to reach this level? Apr 17, 2024

Written by Gabriela Estrada

 

Entering a Canadian university is the dream of many young people and adults with aspirations of achieving great goals outside their home country. The Hispanic American population is often attracted to this dream, and is often...

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Traveling to Canada as a couple: a plan for two that includes the language Apr 15, 2024

Written by Eddy Ramírez

 

It is very common to see couples from different parts of the world arriving together in Canada to fulfill the dream of living in this attractive country. The experience of getting to know a new culture and the expectation of a radical change in the quality...

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Want to live in Canada: French is the key! Apr 11, 2024

Written by Eddy Ramírez

 

Foreigners who speak French and dream of living in Canada, good news this 2024! Read this article carefully because here I will explain you how it is possible to come through Express Entry...

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Importance of French for the Canadian Visa Apr 09, 2024

The idea of going to Canada goes beyond having enough money for the trip and stay, you may want to spend a few days as a tourist or study and work in the new nation and you are preparing to apply for a visa, but do not forget to take into account the...

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TEFAQ: the TEF test of French for Québec Apr 02, 2024

Written by Gabriela Estrada

 

Speaking French is a fundamental linguistic skill when emigrating to the Canadian province of Quebec, as this language is the official language in the region, although there is a minority population that also communicates in French....

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