My departure date for Canada is drawing near, and I am busy with preparations. I have enrolled at an institution called ‘IDT English_ in Ottawa, for a four-month intermediate course, full-time. It is quite expensive but I am hopeful of improving my pronunciation, especially.
To assist in covering the costs of my study, I aim to find a part-time job. Not only are the college fees rather high, but
I know that rental accommodation in the capital city
Your sentence appears to include a double negative with the inclusion of both will not and nothing. Remove a negative word, or make certain you intend to have the positive result.
of food and heating expenses! So I would very much like to arrange some temporary employment before I arrive.
I was wondering if you could ask around among your friends and colleagues to see if anyone wants a
The word house-cleaner doesn_t seem to fit this context. Consider replacing it with a different one.
, gardener, or nanny for their children. I know you have a wide social network in Ottawa which you could canvas for me
It appears that you have an unnecessary comma before the dependent clause marker if. Consider removing the comma.
if you wouldn_t mind. I_d be so grateful.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
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