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5 Things I love about Paris

The city of love, lights and beauty! A visit to Paris is like a dream come true. One visit will make you feel like you could settle there and live a beautiful comfortable life.

Which languages are easiest -- and most difficult -- to learn?

With so much time on our hands during lockdown, many of us have entertained the idea of expanding our horizons.

Freedom To Learn

What is life without expression? And the best form of expression is language. In order to travel more freely, know more cultures and fully be able to understand the vibe of each place, knowing the native language holds great important.

Why Learn French ?

Though, in today's modern era of technology and advancements, English has evolved as the leader of languages but French still continues to dominate the market of speech and communication.

Contribute to World Culture

Learn a Foreign Language – Contribute to World Culture. Someone has rightly quoted, "The more languages you know, the more you are Human."


Russia is a great country that impresses with its large-scale size and influence in the world. At the same time, the Russians are kind and nice people who are glad to every guest.

TEF: Test d’Évaluation de Français

Dreamt of studying in French language with a permanent immigration in Canad, TEF – Canada is all you need to learn about.

Arrima: The Quebec migration doorway for skilled workers

Arrima is an online portal for Quebec Skilled Worker Program candidates to express their interest to apply for permanent residence.

Ontario Express Entry: French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream

French-Speaking skilled workers with strong English language abilities looking to establish themselves and settle in Ontario.

Astuces pour réussir le TEF/TCF

Le TEF-TCF est un examen de langue, qui vous teste sur votre connaissance en français. Cet examen est d'une utilité absolue pour immigrer au Canada.

Chart for French Levels to TEF Score/CLB's

Intervalles des scores correspondant aux principaux Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) et niveaux du Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues (CECR) pour TEF Canada.