Fly to Canada on a Study Visa* during Pandemic – Support Letter

Fly to Canada on a Study Visa* during Pandemic – Support Letter

Airport officials and Immigration officers are asking for a Support Letter. This letter is issued by the relevant College/University authorities and includes all student information by which one will get permission to board their pre-booked flight.

The four main features of a Support Letter are as follows:

1. Student name, program enrollment and fee submission status.

2. Online enrollment status.

3. Reasons for necessary travel. Some relevant points are given as follows:

-Bad internet connectivity: having insufficient bandwidth available to properly attend online classes.

-Electricity Issues: unreliable power supply leading to frequent power cuts and outages.

-Time Zone Issues: inability to study online due to very large time zone differences.

4. 14 day Quarantine Period: mentioning that one will be self quarantining for 14 days along with details of where the planned stay will be, in a hotel or with relatives, is a crucial aspect of the Support Letter. 

Please remember to make a Departure File as well, this should include all the other relevant documents required by the airport officials when they ask for it.

In the current circumstances it is recommended to arrive 5-6 hours early so as to overcome long queues and smoothly complete all formalities such as check-ins or immigration.

Best wishes to everyone who is going study in Canada, have a safe journey. 

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*Terms and Conditions apply: Study Visa should have been issued prior to 18th March 2020.

Cue Card # Talk about the weather in your country

IELTS Cue Card Talk about the weather in your country

 

Talk about the weather in your country

You should say 

  • What the weather is usually like?
  • How often does it change?
  • How do you feel about the weather?
  • And describe what you do in different weathers.

Sample Answer

India is located in such a manner as to cross the tropic of cancer midway. This means that it is a tropical country with highly unusual weather patterns.

 

During the Autumn months, we experience Monsoon season, wherein it tends to rain for months on end depending on where you live in the country. Mangoes are abundant in that season and agriculture, in general, is hugely dependent on sufficient rainfall. However, further down south tornadoes and flooding are a real concern every year.

 

During the summer seasons, it is ludicrously hot and humid, or hot and dry, again depending on where you reside. Due to this, heatstrokes are common and it is advised to stay indoors and remain hydrated during the peak hours of the day. I myself do not like to nap in the middle of the day, but a majority of the public does.

 

The spring months are far more forgiving in terms of weather fluctuations, the heat is manageable and it is the best time of year in my opinion, as everything is in bloom. It is also the best time to go travelling, yet this year I have not been able to go out much in light of the global pandemic.

 

Lastly, the cold season. We have dry winters in India, not much rain but a lot of fluctuating temperatures, the middle of the days are again very hot due to the cloudless skies, the nights reach freezing temperatures, quite the contrasting combination. Snow is practically unheard of unless you live in the Himalayas.

 

So overall, India is home to some fascinating climate phenomenons, which makes it especially hard to accurately predict the weather before time, the topography and wind patterns with atmospheric pressures have a huge role to play in the cycle of the elements here. 

(300 words)

 

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Cue Card Describe your dream house

IELTS Cue Card Describe your dream house

Describe your dream house. You should say

  • What it would look like?
  • Where it would be located?
  • What facilities this would have?
  • Explain why you want to live there.

Sample Answer

Home is where the heart is. A house becomes a home truly when those occupying it, like to live there. I was born and brought up in the Doon valley situated on the foothills of the Himalayas. I grew up in a house overlooking the mountains. My work commitments forced me to migrate to Delhi, where I still reside. Whenever I want to take a break from work, I always prefer to go back to Doon and enjoy its serene beauty. I love this place and infect I have planned to build my dream house in Dehradun in the coming few years.

 

It’d be a small-sized villa situated in the middle of a large piece of land mountain facing. The external architecture will resemble the houses located in the European countryside giving it a rusty look. I would also like to have a garden with seasonal flowers right after the entrance gate. Having my morning and evening tea in the lawn of my dream house has always been on my bucket list.

 

Apart from the front garden, I’ll also make arrangements for a well-equipped kitchen garden in the backyard. Nowadays, organic farming is quite popular and I’d like to experience the luxury of homegrown fruits and vegetables, a privilege I enjoyed in my childhood.
Coming to the interiors of this house, it will have two bedrooms, a study, a living room and an open modular kitchen overlooking the living room. The kitchen will be equipped with all the latest gadgets to make cooking easier as well as exciting. The other rooms will have interesting and trendy décor giving them a peaceful ambience.

 

Since I’m a voracious reader, I’d like the study to be laced with all my favourite books wherein I can indulge in endless reading sessions and muse over my reading experiences, while looking at the mountains from the study window.
I intend to work really hard to build my dream house where I can resort to/spend solitary time during the summers and take a rejuvenating break from the mundane city life.

Neetaa

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Cue Card Describe a place full of colour

IELTS Cue Card Describe a place full of colour

Describe a place full of colour. You should say

 

  • What the place it was?
  • Why you went there?
  • What you did there?
  • Explain why you think it was full of colour.

Sample Answer

Travelling and exploring new places always add to our knowledge apart from creating beautiful experiences. I like to travel a lot and ensure that I go on vacation to a new destination every year during summers. On one such occasion, I went to Singapore with my friend last year in April. Early morning, the cool breeze brushing our cheeks was a surprise welcome as we disembarked at Changi International Airport, Singapore. It was a much-needed relief from the hot weather back in Delhi from where we had boarded our flight.
We headed straight to our hotel from the airport and after a quick shower called in at the Reception for a recommendation for the most popular tourist attraction around. The staff at the reception informed us that Jurong Bird Park an aviary and tourist place was a must-visit. A day trip to the Park always leaves an everlasting experience. It is a world-famous bird zoo, where there are specimens of magnificent bird life from around the world, including a large flock of flamingos.
Since we had reached Singapore early morning and were ready by 10 am we decided to visit the Bird Park. We took a taxi and reached there in about an hour. The entrance to the Bird Park was absolutely mesmerizing. Colourful bird sculptors left us awestruck. We immediately took out our camera and clicked a few pictures of each other with those beautiful king-sized sculptors in the background. As we moved inside the Park, we came across large, central walk-in aviaries and peripheral aviaries housing innumerable delicate and territorial birds chirping around. The aviaries had placards at the entrance explaining the history and demography of the species inhabiting those aviaries. We were amazed to see and learn about infinite birds of various colours and sizes. The territorial species were kept in large cages, while species that can coexist with each other were left to roam freely in the aviary.
The highlight of the Bird Park was a thunderstorm which was simulated at noon, followed by a cool, light drizzle. As the drizzle ended the birds put up a spectacular show along with their trainers amidst the backdrop of an artificial rainbow. We clicked pictures and made videos of the whole event. At the end of our trip, we even got pictures clicked with a huge colourful bird sitting on our fist.
It was one of my most memorable trips and someday I would like to visit the Jurong Bird Park again to experience the myriad colours created by nature.

 

 

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