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Hello! USA: Everyday Living for…

Hello! USA: Everyday Living for International Residents And Visitors

by Judy Priven

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0963563378, Paperback)

Coming to the U.S. to live or visit? Hello! USA can help you avoid common mistakes international visitors and residents make when they are shopping for food, .renting or buying a car or interviewing for a job.

Hello! USA explains these and many other practical matters international newcomers need to know?for example, how to open a bank account, find the right home, find Internet access when driving on the highway, choose day care, apply to college, introduce yourself at a party, or even buy the best insurance plan.

Hello! USA is full of information?yet easy to read. Special features include: illustrations?for example, the parts of a car; charts?for example, European vs. American clothing sizes, and maps?for example, the distances between major cities and the climates of each city). . The "Words to Know" section at the end of every chapter explains American terms that even native English speakers from other countries might not know.

"...provides the key to understanding American life and language." Joanne Garrity, Office Administrator, Volunteer Services, the World Bank

??answers every basic thing one must know about how to live, travel, shop, play, and work in the United States.? Brenda Fender, Mobility Magazine (Employee Relocation Council)

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:43 -0400)

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