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Happy Friday, guys!

 

Congratulation, it is finally FRIDAY!! You’ve worked so hard, so get some rest and play hard!

Speaking Seminar at Enjoy Canada

Today, we had a speaking seminar with Mari from Vector International Academy:)

Speaking skills are a vitally important method of communication, and without communication skills, the ability to progress in the working world and in life, itself, would be nearly impossible..

Especially for Japanese people, many of them have an intense fear of making mistakes or being embarrassed in public. Even when the teacher encourages open communication, many Japanese students are too shy to speak up during class because they don’t want to make mistakes in front of other classmates.

Those who want to overcome and improve speaking skills, you should take opportunities to practice English!

沢山の日本人の方が苦手なスピーキング。今日はEnjoy Canada のオフィスで、VectorアカデミーのMariさん共に、スピーキングを伸ばしたいという生徒さんに向けてのSpeakingのレッスンを開催しました!

特に日本人の方は、人の前で間違えることに恥を感じることが良くありますが、スピーキングを伸ばすにはやはり、とにかく英語を話すことが一番効率がいい方法です。

Enjoy Canada は英語レッスン、セミナー、移民セッションやフードイベントなども頻繁にやっているのでお気軽に来てください♪ そして日本人のみだけでなく、韓国・中国・ブラジル・メキシコ・スペイン・トルコのスタッフや生徒さんもいるので、多国籍で楽しいイベントばかりです

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever experienced the feeling of “heaven”?

In whistler, there is a place you can feel like you are in the heaven.

Scandinave spa
Location: 8010 Mons Road, Whistler

Scandinave Spa Whistler offers a traditional Scandinavian baths experience in a peaceful and natural environment. It’s located a five-minute drive from Whistler Village. A short walk through the forest set a mood of tranquility before arriving at the spa.

Scandinavian Bath access is $70 per person for the day and requires no reservation. You can also choose for a massage (eg Swedish, thai, RMT, prenatal) that includes baths access too.
Bath access includes towels and a storage locker (you can rent a robe for $13). There are showers and amenities, such as lotions, shampoo, body wash and hair dryers, for your after-bath experience. Also, there are complimentary drinks and apples in the lobby too.

They have a strict silence policy, making it incredibly peaceful without the distraction of interaction and chatter. Cell phones are also not permitted. I went there for New Year Eve, and it was one of my best experiences. I stayed there for four hours but this experience is too good to miss checking social media.
When you feel like you need a little break from work, school, conflicts or anything in your life, I highly recommend you to go to this place to refresh yourself😊 Yes, it does make you feel like you are in heaven.


Scandinave Spaをご存じですか?ウィスラーの大自然の中にある天国のようなスパ。ウィスラー村から車で5分ほどの距離にあり、スパに到着するまでも林に囲まれており平穏なムードにしてくれます。

スパのバスアクセス料金が$70で予約はいりません。ホットタブ・シャワー・水風呂・サウナ・スチームルーム・レストルーム(薄暗く静かな部屋で仮眠やメディテーションが出来るお部屋)にアクセスができ、タオルとロッカー付きです。($13でバスローブが借りれます)また、バスアクセスのついたマッサージのパッケージもあります。シャワールームにはシャンプー、ボディーウォッシュ、ローションやヘアドライヤー、ロビーにはリンゴや無料のドリンクがおいてあります。

このスパは、最上級にリラックスできる平和な環境を作るため厳しいサイレンスポリシーがあります。また、ケータイ電話の使用も禁止です。私は年末年始にこのスパに行ったのですが、4時間滞在しても一度もケータイをチェックしたいと思わなかった程、とてもリラックスしていい経験をすることができました。

仕事や学校やいざこざから逃げ出したい人、ストレスが溜まっている人やリラックスしたい人にとてもおすすめなので是非是非行ってみてください。

Happy Friday

79710123-5B5F-41EE-8389-D0E82A06ACCEHappy Friday, everyone!

What is your plans today? Going out with your friends or loved ones? Relaxing at home?
Forget all the things you’ve encountered this week and have a great weekend:)

Where we can try rock climbing in Vancouver?

Where we can try rock climbing in Vancouver?

Have you tried rock climbing?

By doing rock climbing, you are using whole body muscle so it’s good for excise.

here are some benefit combines cardio and strength into single

 

 

  • Increase flexibility

 

  • Mental strength

 

  • Reduce stress

 

  • Charente your self!

 

It might be hard who you do first time but you will get use to do it!

And I am going to introduce where you can try rock climbing.

THE HIVE

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520 Industrial Ave, Vancouver

 

 

CLIFF HANGER

 

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670 Industrial Ave.
Vancouver,

Where we can try rock climbing in Vancouver?

Where we can try rock climbing in Vancouver?

Have you tried rock climbing?

By doing rock climbing, you are using whole body muscle so it’s good for excise.

here are some benefit combines cardio and strength into single

 

 

  • Increase flexibility

 

  • Mental strength

 

  • Reduce stress

 

  • Charente your self!

 

It might be hard who you do first time but you will get use to do it!

And I am going to introduce where you can try rock climbing.

THE HIVE

hive2

520 Industrial Ave, Vancouver

 

 

CLIFF HANGER

 

Vancouver-Cliffhanger

670 Industrial Ave.
Vancouver,

Which beaches should I go?

Which beaches should I go?

1, English Bay Beach

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English Bay Beach, also called First Beach, located along Beach Ave between Gilford St and Bidwell St, is the most populated beach area in Vancouver’s downtown area. The Stanley Park Seawall, a popular running and biking route, runs along the east side of the beach.

ファーストビーチとも呼ばれるイングリッシュベイ。一番人気で有名なビーチで、夏の週末は特に人であふれています。ダウンタウンとスタンレーパークにとても近いので行きやすいビーチです。ビーチの目の前にカクタスクラブというレストラン・バーがあるのでそこもおすすめです。

 

 

 

 

 

2, Kitsilano Beach

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Kitsilano Beach, known as “Kits” Beach, is located on Cornwall Ave at the north end of Yew St. The Seawall runs along side the beach and Kitsilano Pool is at the west side.

Kits is family friendly, too, and great for swimmers: the waves are calm, and the beach’s park includes the awesome Kits Pool, the longest outdoor pool in Canada.

家族に人気なのがキツラノビーチ!大きなプールもあります。

このビーチはの波はとても落ち着いているので、泳ぎたい方やお子様にもおすすめです。

 

3, Ambleside Beach

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Ambleside Park offers a variety of different activities for people of all ages. There is a seaside walk that offers beautiful views, and it’s dog-friendly. The park also has a children’s section and area to have picnics. And if you’re feeling a little hungry there are some wonderful dining choices.

ウエストバンクーバーにあるビーチ、Amblesideビーチ! English BayやKitsilanoに比べて、人が少なくそんなに混んでいないので、静かにゆったりしたい方におすすめです。

Are you thinking to go study abroad?

Are you thinking to go study abroad?
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It can be an amazing experience for you, but there are some things you should consider before making a decision.
I have lived in Vancouver for 3 years.
I am going to share what are some pros and cons for studying abroad!
1. You will able to speak English.
You will have the opportunity to use English on a daily basis. The best way to learn a
language is to immerse yourself in it. Coming to Vancouver will allow you to
surround yourself with English speakers!
2 You will become a tough person
Everything will be new to you. Sometimes unexpected things will come up.
You will have to deal with it by yourself and later on you will be excellent at trouble shooting.
You can find what you really like to do in your free time.
Your life style will be completely changed. While you are studying abroad you will have
alot of free time. If you are the person who does not have hobbies it’s a great chance
to find out what your hobby is.
3. You will able to make friends from different countries.
Not only will you have international friends but, you will also learn about other cultures
too.

Develop real English fluency in iTTTi!

Develop real English fluency in iTTTi!
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When choosing the best ESL (English as a Second Language) School for you, try to think in your
current English abilities and analyze what your strongest and weakest skills are: maybe you are great at
speaking but not so well at writing. Or maybe your grammar is excellent but you stutter, pause or use
repetitive words while speaking. If you are more of the latter example, probably what you need to
improve is your English fluency.
Fluency is one of the most difficult abilities to develop when you are learning a new language.
Sometimes you know the grammar and know the vocabulary, but words simply don’t come out in an
articulate way! This is why iTTTi focuses on oral communication courses and is starting to be known as
the fluency specialists!
iTTTi is an ESL School that is dedicated in helping students improve their English fluency and
English abilities in general, taking into consideration the different needs or ways of learning that their
students may have. In iTTTi, you have the opportunity to share your personal language goals with
your counsellors and teachers, so they can guide you in the right way!
In addition to their General, Academic and Professional English Courses, iTTTi also offers a youth
program called “Teen Project Learning”, for students entering into the Canadian High School system
(15-17 years old), where they’ll learn about Canadian culture, popular culture and media, and
globalization.
If you are interested or need more information, do not hesitate to contact me at
sheila@enjoycanada.co in English or Spanish!
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Programs
 General English
 Fluency Specialist Series (Intro or Test Master, focusing on the speaking section of tests)
 English for Career Purposes (International Business, Hospitality and Tourism, or Marketing)
 Exam preparation (IELTS, TOEIC, TFL iBT or FCE/CAE)
 Teen Project Learning
 College, Trade School or University Access
What makes them unique?
 Focused on improving your English fluency! If you want to speak like a native, this is the place
for you!
 Programs for international students entering Canadian High Schools! Make the transition
easier and smoother!

there are plenty of ways to add value to your CV without shelling out

Going traveling? In between partying and sightseeing selfies, there are plenty of ways to add value to your CV without shelling out

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1. Study abroad

Studying abroad, even briefly, is an awesome way to see the non-touristy side of a new country whilst adding valuable international study experience to your resume. Be careful to check if you’re applicable though – many are only open to current students or recent graduates. Sob.

2. Get volunteering

According to a recent survey by TimeBank, 73% of employers would employ a candidate with volunteer experience over one without, so it really pays to factor in some volunteering on your travels. Sites like Workaway.info and Freevolunteering.net can put you in touch with organisations and individuals looking for volunteers around the world.

3. Learn a language

Learning a foreign language, even to a basic level, can really add something extra to your CV and is a brilliant way to fully immerse yourself in a new culture on your travels. A good hack is to learn a language in a place where living costs are lower – so instead of learning Spanish in Spain, head to Guatemala.

4. Get work experience

Working in a foreign country is a great way to make a bit of money to pay for your onward travels. The Erasmus+ scheme at university doesn’t just fund study abroad but you can also use the scheme up to one year after you’ve graduated to get a grant to work abroad in a European country too.

5. Teach

Whether you want a teaching career or not, teaching still adds loads of impressive skills to your CV, such as communication, teamwork skills and your ability to work in a foreign country. One of the easiest ways is to take a short TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course, which will gives you the skills to teach english in language schools all around the world.