Canadian Vocabulary

Canadians may speak English and French, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have slang of our own. Today, I’ll take you through common Canadian words and phrases that you’ll likely hear if you visit the Great White North! Toque: A toque is any warm knitted or wool hat, usually with a pompom if it’s a […]

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French, Life of Mel, Writing

Bilingual Problems

  1.You sometimes forget words in your first language. 2.Other languages have better words to express things, but you can’t use them to explain things unless you’re with another bilingual person. 3.The amount of verbs you’ve memorized in your life is slightly ridiculous. 4.You understand another culture by its’ language, but you still feel like […]

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