Except the usual exceptions, there is widespread agreement about the planet we inhabit has entered into a multiple crisis whose most important aspects are the energy, ecology and the food. Everything is dynamically interrelated and symbolic epicenter of financial crisis on Wall Street, which hatch in the last quarter of 2008, is nothing but a manifestation of the multidimensional crisis. We still call attention to those who have been following these issues, since the Congress of the Stockholm Environment 1972, despite all the warnings were doing, have not been taken particularly in countries categorized as "developing" , measures the weight is in the form of public policy or particular behaviors, to reverse this situation and planned for so long. Our position on this multidimensional crisis, which to question the continuity of all life on Earth, is to suggest UNAA Argentina (considered as a nation – state) "Almost" no vehicles, almost "electrical" and "almost" without plastics. We are aware that extensive proposal almost recklessness line, which is deep cultural changes, which are more difficult to make changes. But the gravity of the picture, is what encourages us to similar initiatives. A follow-up documents is generating the "Group of 8? (Now in the process of enlargement), suggests that a process like the one we propose is in progress. Given the high degree of transnationalization making the formal structure of production in Argentina, as a result of public policies implemented since September 1955 (which despite the efforts made or under way, has not changed in substance), can be expected what matter generated in the Group of 8 "extended" shall apply in the Argentine borders as part of the global strategies of the hegemonic interests of the country's economic activities.
In Canada Montreal is a bilingual city in which people speak English and French simultaneously. The EF school in Montreal is basically an English school, but this year, we also offer French courses in Montreal those students who request it. Why learn French? Today the French is spoken by more than 350 million people worldwide, either as their first or second language. There are French-speaking people in 54 countries. The Most French speakers live in France, Canada, Belgium or Switzerland.
French is the only language used on five continents apart from English and foreign language most commonly taught in the world after English. The French, along with English is the language used by the UN, UNESCO, NATO, OECD, the International Olympic Committee (COE), the EU and the International Red Cross. France has the sixth largest world economy after U.S., Japan, Germany, China and England. France is the second largest world exporter of agricultural products and defense. France also has a large production of luxury goods, automobiles, industrial and high technology. Everyone invests in France: in 2006, France received the third largest foreign investment in the world.
Also, France is the country most visited by tourists worldwide. Types EF French courses Intensive French course EF recommends an Intensive French for students who want to learn French as quickly as possible. EF offers intensive courses in Paris and Nice. General French Course The General French course is carefully structured for students to progress one level every six weeks and is designed for students who want to focus on understanding the basis of language through a comprehensive program. The General Course is available in French a Paris or Nice for students of all levels, from total beginners to advanced. Basic French course A Basic French course with EF will help you learn French in everyday situations, as have enough time to relax and visit the country. Combine a relaxing holiday abroad with 20 weekly lessons in French. Exam Preparation Courses If you want to prepare you for a formal review of French, a test preparation course a EF is an excellent way to ensure success on test day. Most students prepare for the DELF.