In some areas of Canada, like Quebec, the primary language is
French. In these places, it is preferred to attempt some French
before moving on to English. A few useful words and phrases to know
are bonjour (bon-zhour), which means 'hello', s'il vous plait (sih
vou play), meaning please, merci (mehr-see), 'thank you', and au
revoir (or rev-wa) which means 'goodbye'.
The currency in Canada is the Canadian Dollar, colloquially
called a 'loonie'.
The accents in England are broad and varied, and can change
dramatically within very few miles. There are around 30 distinct
accents in England, that range from Cockney in London, to Geordie
in the North East, and every accent comes with a different
England is a fairly reserved country, and the social culture
rests upon politeness, good manners, and a sense of fair play.
Mentioning anything about the weather is a good way to spark a
conversation, but the English also have an excellent, if very
particular, sense of humour.