What Foreigners Need to Know about America from A to Z: How to Understand Crazy American Culture, People, Government, Business, Language and More by Lance JohnsonBecause Ive lived outside of the United States for several years, I understand firsthand the challenges of adapting to another culture. Most people have no idea how simple tasks and simple sayings can become complex to someone from a different culture.
Lance Johnson has tackled a complex topic in WHAT FOREIGNERS NEED T O KNOW ABOUT AMERICA FROM A TO Z - yet he has handled these complexities with candor and valuable insight. This large volume is divided into four basic sections: Americas Heritage, Americas Culture, Americas Business and Americas Language.
Whether you use the detailed table of contents to find particular sections or the comprehensive index in the back of the book, you can easily locate what you need. Or if you read the book cover to cover, you will gain rich insight and understanding about the inner workings of America.
This book is an ideal gift to anyone from another country and Americans can learn a tremendous amount of information in this well-done book. I recommend it.
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22 Extremely Important Questions I Need Americans To Answer
Turns out that people have heard about our military prowess. We're a pretty big country, and we often have to ask this question of ourselves when coordinating communications with friends, family, and colleagues thousands of miles away. Best to tailor your query to a specific city for future time inquiries. This is an easy one. There are 50 states. It's kinda fucked up.
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The prevalence of American culture in the world makes the country a very prominent target of the globalized hyper-attention of the mass media. Due to that fact the image of America that permeates to the world can sometimes become a caricature of itself. The pieces of information that have the widest reach are mostly shocking, episodic, stereotypical and, more often than not, highly misleading. It is with the acknowledgment of this systematic inaccuracy that I have formulated a series of questions that I have always wanted to ask Americans. And yes, I know that these issues do not apply to all Americans, all the time, everywhere. I love bacon. We all do.
Ask any visitor to the U.S. and they'll tell you that there are things about our culture that are as 12 Things About America That Always Confuse Foreigners.
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Why are Americans ... so rude, ignorant, and loud?
While every region of the United States has its own quirks and identity, there are also certain customs that are commonplace nationwide. - I need answers, y'all. In Australia, our large is the size of your small.
I moved from the US to Spain about a year ago to teach English. Some are simply curious, while others are outright offensive. But people always have questions. At this point, I have stock answers for most of the ridiculous things strangers ask. These are the questions and their variants I have to answer most often. I love Canadians. Which, to be fair, the US is better at everything, except maybe friendliness and maple syrup.