Studying Abroad in Canada
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Studying Abroad in Canada

by Shiomi

There are two friends of mine who studied before or are now studying abroad in Canada. In addition, my aunt also did that. Why did they want to study in Canada?

I have heard there are two main factors why many students want to go to Canada. First, Canada has a good environment to study abroad. Canada is abundantly blessed with wonderful nature, but it exists together with the cities.

So I think students can study not only language, but also the importance of coexistence between Canada's nature and cities. Second, it is said that Canadian people's pronunciation is very clear, and foreign students are able to understand English easily.

My friends and aunt told me, “Studying abroad gives us an opportunity to make foreign friends!” Having plenty of personal contacts brings you the chance to share each others' ideas or points of view.

Also, the following point is very pleasant for me. What do you think it is? I like to travel overseas, so I might be able to be told some information about his or her country's good places where tourists really visit! Then, I would be able to enjoy my travel with my future friends, if I was lucky.

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