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Again, as a non-native English speaker, you realize that some verbs have a different meaning when you add a second word. For example, the verb take, take in vs take on, they have different meanings. I will put here some examples and I will try to explain them.

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After six years when I moved to Canada, I finally stop procrastinating and decided to get a car for my family. For general cars, Ontario has three level before you are fully entitled to drive. G1 (starters) where you can't drive alone, G2 (intermediate) you can drive alone, and G (advanced).

Canadians usually don't have problems with this system when starting to drive. As a teenager, you can do your writing exam when you are 16 and you can drive your parents' car to get the experience needed for the G2. However, as an immigrant, you are not a teenager, you do not have a car and usually, you do not have a close friend who is willing to let you drive his car. That was my situation.

I will write how I managed to get the G2 in 30 days.

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Again, as a non-native English speaker, you realize that some verbs have a different meaning when you add a second word. For example, the verb take, take in vs take on, they have different meanings. I will put here some examples and I will try to explain them.