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BEST English reading/idiom/vocabulary book ~~
Posted by: Dangauss (IP Logged)
Date: May 31, 2011 03:58AM
Are you a student of the English language who is curious about what life is like in New York City? Need to improve your vocabulary, reading comprehension and knowledge of idioms?

A Columbia University educated author, experienced teacher and tutor and former English tutor of the K-pop group Wonder Girls, Daniel Gauss has written a hilarious book for foreign students titled: New York City Sucks, But You'll Wanna Live Here Anyway. Through the journal entries of "Suzy" a fictional immigrant who has lived in New York City for 13 years, you can read about the deep, dark secrets of the "greatest city in the world".

This book contains 22 short chapters on bed-bugs, NYC history, police scandals, political corruption, poverty and homelessness in the Big Apple, sex clubs, diversity and race-relations, subway murder, strange suicides and more more more!

Read everything that the Mayor of New York does not want you to know before you travel to New York City! Indeed, you can even read about how Mayor "Bloombucks" became mayor and how he has dominated New York City politics through money, money and more money.

New York City Sucks contains over 1000 highlighted and defined USEFUL intermediate and high-level English vocabulary words and idioms, 22 fill-in-the-blank exercises, and 22 grammar review sections based on common mistakes made by foreign students. This book is fun to read and USEFUL at the same time.

Need something to read in English that will help you and entertain you at the same time? This book is for you!

$3.50 as an e-book (you can download "kindle" software to read e-books on your computer for free from


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/31/2011 03:59AM by Dangauss.

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