What Foreigners Need to Know About America From A to Z
By Lance JohnsonAuthor's Web Site Paperback available on Amazon and Amazon Spain, Germany, France, Austria, and UK
Johnson is a world traveler. He knows what it's like to get along in other cultures. It was his travel, and the comments from those wanting to move to the United States, which made him notice what an important resource What Foreigners Need to Know could be. He has done the world a great service by the wonderful compilation of information he has gathered in this book to help others find their way around.
The paperback is divided into four sections:
* Section One: America's Heritage: the historical background of why America became what it is today - government, the American Dream, standard of living, etc.
* Section Two: America's Culture: How we conduct our live - etiquette, literature, movies and much more.
* Section Three: America's Business: Our business environment, customs and operations.
* Section Four: America's Language: Practical ways to improve English grammar, usage, writing, speech and communications skills. How not to embarrass yourself using an incorrect word.
Each one of these sections may be read individually or as the need arises. However, the entire book is so well thought out that I can't see why anyone would want to skip over anything Johnson has put together.
People moving to America have needed a book like this for many years. Thankfully, it has arrived.
~Learn more about the author, a world traveler, teacher, actor, and playwright. This book was adapted from a book published by Oriental Press in simplified Chinese in China by Oriental Press. Watch for a new translation published in Brazil in Portuguese.
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