English Lesson & Quiz: Difference Between ‘Lend’ and ‘Borrow’

Lend vs Borrow English Lesson

It is easy to improve English if you practice it as much as you can. Understanding the importance of reading and listening practice, we have prepared a grammar lesson combined with an ILAC radio podcast.

Find out the difference between ‘Lend’ and ‘Borrow,’ check out some tips and listen to the radio podcast below.

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How to Speak Like a Canadian

Canadian Students Speak

To speak like a real Canadian is not that hard. There are three little secrets:

1. You need to respect the country’s linguistic diversity;
2. You should know the slang that can vary from region to region due to, again, Canadian multiculturalism;
3. You should use the interjection “eh,” which is commonly associated with Canadian English. Continue reading

Service Excellence Student Profile – Santiago Uzal

Firefighters Helicopter

Growing up, Santiago Uzal (Santy to his friends) from Silleda, Spain, always wanted to be a firefighter. He wanted to help others and have a job that allowed him to be active and physical. After receiving his engineering certificate, he applied to become a firefighter. He passed the tests and became a forest firefighter who worked on helicopters.

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ILAC Helps Make Student’s Dream of Studying English in Canada Come True


Laetitia Ropp from Paris, France had always dreamed of studying English in Canada.

She just wasn’t sure how she’d make it happen.

Fortunately for the talented student, she entered a national Facebook Photo Contest sponsored by ILAC, Air Canada, the Canadian Embassy, Le Parisien and Voyage Langue and was shocked when her picture received the most Likes, making her one of 10 finalists out of 2,000 entries.

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