Hello! USA, 6th editionby Judy Priven and Anne Copeland
We are proud to announce the publication of the Sixth Edition of the classic book, Hello! USA, which has helped over 20,000 newcomers make a smooth and informed entry into the US. The Sixth Edition includes updates of every URL and telephone number, plus pages and pages of brand new material on getting connected on line, registering for school, searching for a home, banking, shopping, cooking, finding medical care and more.
As a reminder of what a treasure trove this book is you can review the Table of Contents. All this in one small book!
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Practical information about American life and culture for international individuals and families traveling or moving to the U.S. Overview maps of the U.S. with climates and distances between major cities; charts on converting European-American clothing sizes, Centigrade-Farenheit temperatures, American and metric measurements; samples of job résumés and cover letters, day-care applications, and college-application essays; step-by-step instructions for renting a home, buying a car, filing a tax return; illustrations of social security cards, visas, medicine labels, baseball and American football playing fields. Tells you what to say when applying for a loan, introducing yourself at a party, leaving a message on your answering machine. 288 pages. Useful for more than a year after moving to America.
"...explains American terms that even native English speakers from other countries might not know...Highly recommended."
" Midwest Book Review"...an excellent source of practical knowledge for staff and family members of international organizations moving to the U.S.!!!" Mariela Lopez-Acuna, Executive President, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Family Association, Washington Headquarters
"...just enough information about where to go and what to do, with lots of telephone numbers you can call for finding out more." Bianca Tiez, expat spouse
"Easy to read, easy to understand...very helpful to our international and English as a Second Language (ESOL) students." Dr. Cheryl L. Finkelstein, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Development, North Shore Community College