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Student Housing In Montreal

Lloyd Said:

Peru - to go or not to go?

We Answered:

Go. It is a fantastic opportunity fr you in many ways. Once you are committed to going...put all doubts out of your mind...you will feel better in every way once this is settled. there is a lot you can do besides backpack alone. Get your friends to put you in touch with her brother so he can introduce you to people...and also keep an eye on you til your friends arrive. You can stay busy in Lima...but should be with trustworthy people. Don't argue with your Mom...remain calm and pleasant, but firm in your decision. Have things well-planned out, exude confidence, not doubt.

Janet Said:

Native English speaker: please edit and correct the grammar mistake for my motivation letter for student VISA?

We Answered:

Dear French Embassy, (can be something else like "to French embassy")
I am applying for a long term student visa for France.
The purpose for me to apply for the student visa is not only to gain a French language skill, but to also graduate from the university in France and work there. I see more future in France than just studying the language.

I have chosen France because I like it's rich culture. I have lived in Toronto Canada for a year and in SSScity France for three months.
Toronto is a big multicultural city, so I have met a lot of people from different background. Canada exibiths some French culture, and I really love it. I shared a house in Toronto with two friends who are from Quebec and the USA. This gave me knowledge about other cultures. I spent a Christmas holiday season with one of the share mates and his family in Montreal, this too made me more interested to France. The family only spoke French so I needed my friend as a translator but they told me a lot about the French and French Canadian's culture and history.

I am very outgoing and like to talk to others alot and talking to others was the way I learned English. By living in France and by experiencing the people there, i will learn the way of life in France. I met a friend who is from AAAtown near SSScity France who was studying in Toronto. He gave me an opportunity to spend a summer in his parent's house in AAAtown and when I was there, I found the great program from university UUU that offers me to study the French language, as well as offering me a place there in the future after i learn French. My future is in France.

Student visa of France will be my first step for my future.

I look forward for an answer from you.

Your sincerely.

Chris"

Adam Said:

Native English speaker: please edit and correct the grammar mistake for my motivation letter for student VISA?

We Answered:

"I'm applying for a long term student visa in France.
The purpose for applying for the student visa is not only to gain French language skills but also to graduate from INSERT THE NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY HERE and work in France. I have seen more opportunities in France in addition to studying the language.

I have chosen France because I like its rich culture as well as the everyday life in France. I have lived in Toronto Canada for a year and in SSScity France for three months.
Toronto is a big multicultural city, so I have met a lot of people from different backgrounds. Canada has the French side of country so I had learned a bit about French culture and began to enjoy it. I shared a house in Toronto with two friends, one from Quebec and another from the USA. This experience gave me more knowledge about other cultures. I spent a Christmas holiday with one of the roommates and his family in Montreal, and that vacation made me much more interested in France. The family only spoke French so I needed my friend to translate, but they told me a lot about the French people and the culture and history of the French Canadians.

I am very outgoing and really enjoy talking with others. Speaking with native English speakers was the way I learned English, so I hope to learn the French language just by living in France and experiencing French life. I met a friend who is from AAAtown near SSScity France and was studying in Toronto. He gave me an opportunity to spend a summer in his parents' house in AAAtown and while I was there, I found the great program from university UUU that will allow me to study the French language as well as other subjects in the university after I have mastered the language.

Obtaining a student visa to France will be the first step towards my bright future.

I look forward to an answer from you.

Yours sincerely,

Chris"

Arlene Said:

IS MY MOM PLAYING FAVORITES?

We Answered:

It sounds like you are just pressured and you feel like you are not doing well enough so you try harder and stress yourself out. Try asking your mom to help you studyy by quizzing you. That will give you and her one on one bonding time and it will show her you're trying more. Also, stay after school for extra help so it shows that you are trying the best that you can. Good Luck and don't stress, do the best you can and try the bonding with your mother.

Fred Said:

Native English speaker: please edit and correct the grammar mistake for my motivation letter for student VISA?

We Answered:

I changed a few things, left it the same for the most part.

I'm applying for a long term French student visa.
The reason for my application is not only to gain knowledge of and eloquence in the French language, but also to fulfill my hopes of graduating from a French university and working in France. I see more opportunities in France than just studying the language alone.

I have chosen France because I like its rich culture as well as its everyday lifestyle. I have lived in Toronto, Canada for a year and in XXX, France for three months. Toronto is a big multicultural city, and through my travels I have met a lot of people from different backgrounds. Living in the French section of Canada has heightened my appreciation for the French culture. I shared a house in Toronto with two friends, one of which was from Quebec and the other from the USA. This also expanded my knowledge on cultural differences. I spent a Christmas holiday season with one of the share-mates and his family in Montreal and that also made me more interested in France. The family only spoke French so I needed my friend as a translator but they told me a lot about the French and French Canadian culture and history.

I am very outgoing and like to talk to others a lot, and, since talking to others was the way I learned English, I want to learn French by living in France and by experiencing the life. I met a friend who is from XXX near XXX, France while I was in Toronto. He gave me an opportunity to spend summer in his parents’ house in AAAtown, and when I was there, I found the great program from UUU that offers a French language program as well as an education from the university after learning the language.

This French student visa will be the first step towards my future.

I look forward to an answer from you.

Sincerely,

Chris

Andrew Said:

Why do my female coworkers wanna chill with me so bad?

We Answered:

Sounds like a real problem for a teenage boy.... I would tell them that you aren't interested!

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