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درس بیستم و هشتم سطح 1
We have many international students at my school.
Some of the students come from England.
They speak English, but they have an accent that is different from a Canadian accent.
Many students are from Japan.
They are learning our language and our customs.
We have students from Germany, Italy, China, Korea and Iran.
We try to make those students feel welcome here.
The students like to see what is here.
They go sightseeing.
They visit all the places that the tourists like to go to.
Niagara Falls and Toronto are interesting places to visit.
The students practice their English by talking to Canadians.
When they first get here, we show them around.
They do many exercises to learn the language.
They listen to English songs.
They read story books that are written in English.
They listen to English language tapes.
The best way to learn the language is to talk to other people.
It is good to ask questions in English.
Canadians try to be helpful to international students.
Some of the international students live with host families.
The host families have the students living in their homes.
It is a good way for the host families and the students to make friends.
Many of the international students stay in contact with their friends and host families even after they have gone back to their homelands.
The international students learn a lot from their host families because they eat Canadian foods, and they learn what it is like to live in a Canadian household.
[countable, uncountable] something that is done by people in a particular society because it is traditional → tradition
sightseeing noun [uncountable]
when you visit famous or interesting places, especially as tourists
She swam and sunbathed, went sightseeing, and relaxed.
A host family is a family consisting of at least one parent and one child under the age of 18 that invites an au pair from a foreign country for a specified period of time.
household noun [countable]
all the people who live together in one house SYN house
A growing number of households have at least one computer.
Families are classified by the occupation of the head of the household (=the person who earns the most money and is most respected in a house).
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