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Strong communication skills lead to career success and faster integration in the community. It’s a good thing that learning opportunities for learning English (and French) abound for newcomers to Manitoba.  Learn all about the many language programs offered here.


Quick Facts

  • Canada has two official languages – English and French.
  • The Citizenship Act requires that new citizens to Canada have the equivalent of at least Level 4 for Speaking and Listening in English or French using the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadien (NCLC).
  • There is a variety of free language classes offered by the Government of Canada that cater to the different needs and abilities of newcomers.

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Newest Language Training Articles

Practical language tips 1

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Our Practical Language series are monthly tips for language learners to help deal with usual situations. These are quick and… Read more »

5 ways informal language training helps you master English skills

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Do you want to take your language skills to the next level? If you’re a beginner who is in a… Read more »

Types of language training programs for newcomers in Canada

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Newcomers will find great language programs to help them learn Canada’s official languages, English and/or French. These language programs are… Read more »

Too busy to learn English? Consider LINC Home Study

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Praba’s first weeks in Manitoba were a flurry of activity. There were seminars at Entry Program, career coaching at Manitoba… Read more »

Recent Language Training Articles, CLB3-4

Types of language training programs for newcomers in Canada

Profile of woman speaking.

Newcomers will find great language programs to help them learn Canada’s official languages, English and/or French. These language programs are… Read more »

Too busy to learn English? Consider LINC Home Study

lady using a laptop while reclining on couch

Praba’s first weeks in Manitoba were a flurry of activity. There were seminars at Entry Program, career coaching at Manitoba… Read more »

3 exciting summer projects to hone your skills

two women having fun by the beach

Want to make your summer memorable and productive? Stretch your creativity and practice your language skills by trying one of… Read more »

Which is better – reading a book or listening to an audiobook?

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I love reading! And as an English language learner, I find that it’s the best way to improve my vocabulary,… Read more »

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Plant Idioms

Two men having a conversation outdoors in winter.

Study the power point to get to know this week’s idioms. Plant idioms from English Online Inc.

Actions & Behaviors Idioms Set 1

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Study these idioms to talk about actions and behaviors. Actions & Behaviors Idioms Set from English Online Inc.

Bring or Take?

“Can you bring me an orange.” “Can you take this to your brother?” The questions is, when do we use… Read more »

“Could”, “should” or “would?”

“I think they could help you.” “Don’t you think they should help your friends?” “I would help you if I… Read more »

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