University/College Questions Part II (incl. protest discussion)
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05-19-2011, 12:59 PM
Join Date: Jan 2006
ok, if you're able to greet someone in french, you're almost sure that you won't have any problems in Montreal, after all it is a billingual city. You might bump into a few idiots, but i guess there are also a few from where you are from
If rent isn't a problem, I would really suggest something on the orange line (Sherbrooke Laurier or mont-royal will be 30-40% more expensive than on the green line) And a more afordable option could be Beaubien or rosemont or jean-talon station the rent will be cheaper than the three stations above, but more expensive than the green line.
Edit: the reason why I think that the orange line is a good option is that they are french neighborhood so it will be easier to learn french, since all youre small talk will be in french, but people will be able to help you in english.
If you wanna stay in your confort zone, move in NDG (vendome subway) you'll have a hard time finding people that speak french, since most of the people will talk in english!
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