One great thing about learning a language is that, once we have the tools, we can share our experience to help those around us by offering our best advice. It’s important to be able to do this in various ways, depending on the situation.
In this article we are going to highlight several ways this can be done, with a focus on the differences between formal and informal ways of offering advice. If the person asking you for advice is your boss or someone you don’t know very well, you probably don’t want to use informal language. Conversely, if the person is a close friend, feel free to tell them how you see things and don’t worry about formality. Let’s have a closer look at three ways we can give advice.
So you’re new to Canada eh?
Well welcome to the land of toques, double-doubles and snowbirds. With this handy guide to Canadian slang you will learn how to speak just like a real Canuck (that’s a person from Canada) in no time.
Of all the verbs in English, usage of the verbs “come” and “go,” “bring” and “take” may be very confusing for non-native speakers.
Since it’s not easy to tell when to use one word or the other, we have prepared this English lesson, where we will explain how to use these verbs.
There are many ways to express your holiday spirit. One great way is to write a Happy Holiday card to your friends and family. It’s very personal and lets people know you care.
This post has some helpful tips on writing holiday greetings in English.
With more and more international students inquiring about higher education in Canada, ILAC has decided to highlight a few reasons why Canada is quickly becoming a new popular pathway destination for international students from all over the world.
This article was also shared on the pages of the Optima Study magazine.
Developing a resume is one of the first steps taken towards finding a job. For those who are not native speakers writing a resume in English can be very challenging and might require a lot of research and proofreading.
To help you here are 10 tips on creating a great resume in English, according to North American standards:
How I Met Your Mother is an absolutely legendary and epically hilarious show that entertained millions of viewers over its nine years span. It won 18 awards and was nominated for an Emmy award as an outstanding comedy series.
Countless fans got obsessed with its hysterically funny characters and their emotional roller-coasters: the main character, Ted Mosby, and his group of friends in New York: Canadian Robin Scherbatsky, a couple Marshall & Lily and an awesome womanizer Barney Stinson. Below is a list of slang terms commonly used in this show.
Welcome to today’s ILAC Pop Quiz!
Watch our video quiz and answer all the questions correctly to win an awesome ILAC cell phone cover!
Check back here next Friday, when we’ll announce this week’s winner and have a new quiz for you!
Giving the perfect oral presentation in English requires practice. Remember that even great orators like Steve Jobs, Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King became excellent public speakers through years of dedicated practice.
When preparing your presentation in English, we recommend you watching and listening to the recordings of their public speeches as an example. Check out our video lesson and some other useful tips for giving a great presentation below.
We have prepared an amazing infographic on some useful tips that will help you to take the right actions in the way to IELTS success. Check it out!
Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):