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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-10-2020 Thread Starter
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Moving to United Kingdom

So I'm am really tired of Arizona and need a change of scenery. I'm planning on moving out of the nest in 1 and a half years (technically, I could move out right now but I have no job or cash). I've thought about going to the UK since I've heard good things about there, it is colder than Arizona, I really want to get my own place, and I've planned on traveling the world before I die (I'm 19, but it's good to start now). I was just wondering if french is used up there much or it wouldn't be worth the effort to learn and should I go by myself or talk to one of my buddies about going with me.
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Unless you want to live in Quebec or Moncton you should be fine with english. Therell be french around but youll get by on english since its used more commenly. Also, im pretty sure Canada is WAY colder than arizona! As in, your in for a shock. Isnt Arizona down south? And like a million degrees? Does it even snow there? Pack warm.
As far as moving with a friend goes i find it hard to beleive you want to come here much less anyone else. Did i mention the COLD? VERY cold. But if you can get someone to come it might be nice to know someone, although Canadians are more polite than Americans (sorry i know thats supposed to be a stereotype but ive been in the states and its pretty true.) as in of you get lost im sure youll be able to find someone whod be happy to give you directions. What part of Canada where you thinking on miving to?
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Yes, moving is sometimes very difficult. And then you need to adapt to a new place. For example, it's very difficult for us to move. Thanks to my wife. She always has wardrobes with clothes, crystal vases, furniture that came from her great-grandmother and that you need to take with you. In addition to this, it was very difficult for us to find a transport service that would agree to cooperate with my fastidious wife. If something is wrong, she writes complaints and companies pay her fines. She's certainly a good girl. But sometimes it's too much. You have to be kinder to people. Thanks to the guys from removal company London, who were very hardy and agreed to help us with the move. They did their work so carefully that my wife even thanked them. This was a miracle.
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Yes, moving is sometimes very difficult. And then you need to adapt to a new place. For example, it's very difficult for us to move. Thanks to my wife. She always has wardrobes with clothes, crystal vases, furniture that came from her great-grandmother and that you need to take with you. In addition to this, it was very difficult for us to find a transport service that would agree to cooperate with my fastidious wife. If something is wrong, she writes complaints and companies pay her fines. She's certainly a good girl. But sometimes it's too much. You have to be kinder to people. Thanks to the guys from removal company London, who were very hardy and agreed to help us with the move. They did their work so carefully that my wife even thanked them. This was a miracle.
Yep, moving sucks, all the more for the kids. It has a big emotional impact on them.
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