Welcome New Students!

Hello and welcome new students to the beautiful city of Vancouver! Meet our new students from all around the world who came here to study English in Canada! Thank you guys for joining our Sunday Experience this past weekend! Every Sunday, we get together and welcome new students from all around the world to join us on our Walking tour and lunch in downtown Vancouver. Our lovely students get to meet each other and make friends before they actually start classes which is awesome because you can practice your speaking and listening skills aswell! The Sunday Experience also allows you to ask any questions to staff members about your first day and your stay in Vancouver. Don’t forget to share your experiences with us on social media using the hashtags #ecexperience and #ecvancouver! We are on both Facebook and instagram so make sure you follow us! We post many pictures and updates about the school there so make sure you follow us! Nonetheless, learn more about our English classes in Canada and our Sunday Experience by visiting our website. You may register online or call the school if you would like some more information. Moreover, choose from the many courses and programs we offer like “English for Work” or “Grammar for Real Communications” to help you boost your career and English skills. We also provide one to one private lessons to help work on and tackle the weak aspects of your English language skill! Above all, EC Languages Centres is a Languages Canada member with a good standing. Our designated learning institution number is O19280217882. Again, subscribe to our social media platforms to keep updated with our programs, events, contests, and tours all around the globe! We are located on the second floor at 570 Dunsmuir street, Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada  

Study English in Canada with EC Language Centres

Hey you! Ya you! Are you interested in improving your English skills in a beautiful city with a diverse culture? Do you want to work on skills such as listening, reading, writing or listening? How about more specific aspects of learning such as Business English or English for Work related skills? In other words, do you want to study English in Canada? If so, then you found the right place! Come to Vancouver and study English with EC Language Centres! Vancouver is home to many farmers markets, breweries, world class ski resort and the diverse cultures that live here. We have all the shops you can think of, so you can always find international products and you will not be home-sick! ever! In EC Vancouver, you will find the best education and quality of life because of the diversity in the city and country. Our teachers are certified and experienced to teach all levels and ages! We have levels ranging from basic elementary and beginner to complete proficiency and advanced. We also have test preparation courses like Cambridge and IELTS based testings. Contact us or visit our website to learn more about our ESL programs and courses in Canada. Not to mention, we also have a university pathway programme that helps students transfer from our school to a university or college directly. With no IELTS or TOEFL results needed! We have free classes for all of our registered students. Furthermore, we love what we do and want everyone to know it! Here at EC Vancouver and EC Language Centres around the world, we pride ourselves and stands out as being state of the art in the ESL industry and experience. EC Vancouver is a Languages Canada member with a good standing. Our designated learning institution number is O19280217882. Subscribe to our … Read more

Useful Idioms to boost your English level

Useful Idioms to boost your English level Idioms are very important to speak English like a native speaker. And idioms might just make your sentences more colorful and interesting! Below is a list of idioms and their meanings along with some examples that can be used in daily life. At the drop of a hat: without any hesitation/ She picked it up like at the drop of a hat. Best thing since sliced bread: A good idea or plan/ I have the best thing since sliced bread. Can’t judge a book by it’s cover: Can’t judge something primarily on appearance. Costs an arm and a leg: When something is very expensive/ This jacket costs an arm and a leg. Feel a bit under the weather: feeling slightly ill or tired/ She didn’t sleep very well so she feels a bit under the weather. Hit the nail on the head: Do or say something exactly/ The instructor asked a question to the students and no one gave the right answer, but she still hit the nail on the head. Piece of cake: A task or other activity that is easy or simple/ Waking up in the morning is a piece of cake for me because i’m used to it. Bed of roses: An easy life/ Everyone’s life is not a bed of roses. All ears: Listen carefully/ fully focused/ if you will not be all ears in listening then you will lose your marks. Couch potato: a lazy person/ he do not work on time because he is a couch potato. Cat nap: a short nap/ I need cat nap in the afternoon. Spill the beans: to reveal someone’ secret/ she spill the beans to me. These are very useful idioms that can be used in daily life. Idioms can also … Read more