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  • Welcome to Canada, the second largest country in the world,

  • stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean and all the way up to the Arctic Ocean.

  • Its biggest and most cosmopolitan city is Toronto, Ontario,

  • with 5 million people in the greater city area.

  • Students come here from all over the world, adding to the city’s cultural diversity.

  • They can enjoy an eclectic mix of neighbourhoods and architecture.

  • From a boat cruise on Lake Ontario to a stunning view from the CN Tower,

  • there are many different sides to this exciting city.

  • There’s so much to see and do,

  • from cool winter sports to a hot nightlife.

  • EF Toronto is perfectly located in the bustling Queen West District

  • with its cafes and shopping and great student life.

  • The staff at the welcoming reception will show you the school’s facilities.

  • Students have access to an activities office, a library,

  • a quiet study area and three multimedia language labs.

  • The spacious student lounges have computers and free Wi-Fi access.

  • If studying makes you hungry,

  • there’s the friendly cafeteria serving international food.

  • The school itself is a beautiful building with lots of natural light, high ceilings,

  • wooden floors, and it’s close to all the amenities in Toronto.

  • Toronto is a very multicultural city so there’s lots of great neighbourhoods

  • with food and festivals and music from all over the world.

  • EF’s unique curriculum caters to students of all levels and abilities.

  • Our advanced interactive teaching method, the Efekta System,

  • ensures you maximum progress in your learning.

  • This is regardless if youre on a two week intensive course

  • or a nine month Academic Year Abroad programme.

  • Here at EF Toronto we use the communicative approach.

  • What that means is that students work together to accomplish tasks

  • to practise and use the grammar and vocabulary they've learnt.

  • For example, students might do a role play

  • where they create a dialogue and then act out that dialogue.

  • All of this can then be applied to everything they do outside of EF

  • in their jobs, in their studies, in their future life.

  • I’ve improved my English, a lot. And now, I’m in a level five

  • Cambridge classit’s difficult, but I’ve improved my English a lot.

  • Students often take an internship during their EF programme.

  • This allows them to put their language skills to practice in the workplace.

  • Choose to stay in a Host Family, or in one of our residences around the city.

  • Choosing to stay with one of our host families is a great

  • opportunity for students to keep practising their English

  • even when theyre not in school.

  • Here in Toronto we offer four different residences,

  • all four centrally located.

  • Our residences are a great opportunity for our students

  • to make friends from all over the world.

  • An essential part of learning is having new experiences outside the classroom.

  • In summer discover all the sports on offer, like bike tours on the islands

  • or canoeing on Lake Ontario.

  • Exploring Canada is a gorgeous experience.

  • From November to March youll enjoy skiing, skating

  • and all the other fun you can have in a winter wonderland.

  • Become a fan of one of Toronto’s seven pro sports teams.

  • Watch a great game of ice hockey with the Toronto Maple Leafs

  • or the Toronto Marlies.

  • Students come and see me to go on trips to New York for example,

  • or French Canada, which is a very nice one. They get to know Montreal, Ottawa

  • and Quebec Cityalso a must see is Niagara Falls.

  • If you like a little shopping step inside one of the biggest

  • malls in Canada and be spoilt for choice.

  • It’s also nice to just hang out with new friends from other countries.

  • Go to China Town, the street markets, or one of the trendy student cafes.

  • I love it. I think it’s so multicultural, there are so many nationalities.

  • And no matter what you like, what you want to do

  • and what youre looking foryou can do everything,

  • so everybody can come here.

  • Toronto is a city that embraces the arts, theatre, culture and music.

  • At night, the city comes alive with the best nightlife in Canada.

  • How could you tire of a city with more than 1,000 festivals,

  • celebrations and events all year round?

  • Come and get a taste of the diversity that is Toronto.

  • It’s an experience youll never forget!

Welcome to Canada, the second largest country in the world,

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    阿多賓 posted on 2013/10/20
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