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Hotel And Travel English By David Deubelbeiss
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A complete introductory English course for Hotel and Tourism English. Watch | Learn | Speak the videos on EnglishCentral (http://www.englishcentral.com) and then use these text based materials in... More > class.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 33. Malaysia Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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Malaysia has a vibrant mix of foreign and indigenous tribal cultures. Everybody speaks English, since its compulsory in local schools. The cost of 2-bedroom rental apartments begin at around $250... More > per month and 3-bedroom houses start at $35,000. The Federation of Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Located 7 degrees north of the Equator, Peninsular Malaysia is separated from the states of Sabah and Sarawak by the South China Sea. In the north of the peninsula is Thailand while its southern neighbour is Singapore. The population is 21 million. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur. Malays who make up about 57% of the population are the predominant group with Chinese, Indians and other ethnic groups making up the rest. Bahasa Melayu Malay is the national language but English is widely spoken. The ethnic groups also speak various languages and dialects. The New Straits Times is the main English newspaper.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 19. Spain & Portugal Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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Spain is the number two tourism destination in the world behind France. They get over fifty million tourists a year. There is no shortage of hotels. Ibiza is the big hangout for young people. ... More > Spain has 50 provinces. Spain still has bullfighting events although they could be done away with in the future. English newspapers are In Spain and The Broadsheet. Some places in Spain are cheap to visit and even live. I heard that some retirees go there for the winter where it costs about half of a Caribbean vacation. For Costa del Sol, the further east you go from Gibraltor, the less crowded and better it is. West of Gibraltor, go to Tarifa, stay away from the congested town of Algeciras. The Canary Islands, a network of about seven major islands and some small, minor ones, are located west of Morocco out in the Atlantic Ocean. Ibiza, Spain is a hot place for sexy young straight and gay Europeans looking for fun. Try #914.600-672 at the library for books about Spain.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 13. Britain Travel Guide (Covers Britain, London, Scotland, Wales, Channel Islands, Isle of Man) By Tony Kelbrat
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As far as tourism in England goes, London gets the bulk of it. When you think about it, London is the center of the civilized world. This is where the British conquered most of the world from. ... More > London is the cosmopolitan center of world culture for the modern era. Istanbul and Rome are too far off the beaten track and they don't speak English. The downside of London is that it's expensive. The rest of England is a bunch of midsized towns and solitary tourist attractions scattered all over the country but there's so much history and so many attractions that you have to decide on exactly what you want and go directly for it otherwise you'll end up going to the usual tourist trap tourist attractions that have no real meaning like all the mausoleums of long-dead people from past history I saw when I went on a canned trip there. Books about Great Britain are at #914.10-20 at the library.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 35. Philippines Travel Guide (Covers the Redlight Districts) By Tony Kelbrat
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The Philippines is a Christian, English speaking country with a population of 90 million. The Philippines is made up of 7107 islands which are subdivided down into 73 provinces along with the... More > official capital Quezon City and the unofficial capital Manilla which has a population of 8 million people. The native tongue is Tagalog but since it was occupied by the United States until 1946, business is conducted in English and most people speak some English. Before then, the Spanish were there so there are remnants of that culture, particularly the Catholic churches. Because there are very few laws, there's noise pollution, smog, men piss in the streets anywhere, stray dogs run around, there's trash everywhere, people make open fires to burn the trash, people drive crazy and sometimes the power goes off sporadically for no reason at all. It is a little backward as far as having a good infrastructure goes. Mindanao is a dangerous place rife with civil war.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 26. New Zealand Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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New Zealand is in the southwest Pacific, three hours from Sydney, Australia and about 11 hours from Los Angeles by plane. It is an English speaking country with a population of about four million. ... More > Auckland, the largest city, has a population of around one million. New Zealanders, like the rest of the British Commonwealth, drive on the left of the road. New Zealand is spread over three relatively small islands with modern transportation, air flights and rail, The people speak English. New Zealand is made up of two major islands (north and south) and several small islands: Chatham Islands, southeast of NZ. Cook Islands in the north. Tokelau, up near Kiribali. Wellington is the capital city but it's much smaller than Auckland with a population of 150,000. It's at the southern end of North Island. It's very windy there. Aotearoa is what the Maoris called New Zealand, the land of the long white cloud.< Less
EXPLORING MURCIA A Guide to Totana, Alhama de Murcia, Aledo, Pliego and the Sierra Espuña By Clive and Rosie Palmer
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An English guide to the geography, climate, environment, flora and fauna, and history of this part of Spain. It includes a description, with black and white photographs of the main historic sites... More > and buildings. There are several walks with sketch maps and itineraries and other possible excursions and visits.< Less
The Asian ESP Journal June 2006 Volume 1. By Paul Robertson, John Adamson
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Topics such as the following may be treated from the perspective of English for Specific Purposes: second language acquisition in specialized contexts, occupational needs assessment, ESP curriculum... More > development and evaluation for growing areas of ESP such as:- English for Academic Purposes English for Specific Purposes Business English Nursing English Flight Attendant English Hotel Industry English Tourism English International Golf English Global EIL English< Less
Asian ESP Journal November 2006 Volume 2 issue 2 By Paul Robertson, John Adamson
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Topics such as the following may be treated from the perspective of English for Specific Purposes: second language acquisition in specialized contexts, occupational needs assessment, ESP curriculum... More > development and evaluation for growing areas of ESP such as:- English for Academic Purposes English for Specific Purposes Business English Nursing English Flight Attendant English Hotel Industry English Tourism English International Golf English Global EIL English < Less
Asian ESP Journal April 2007 Volume 3 Issue 1 By Paul Robertson, John Adamson
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Topics such as the following may be treated from the perspective of English for Specific Purposes: second language acquisition in specialized contexts, occupational needs assessment, ESP curriculum... More > development and evaluation for growing areas of ESP such as:- English for Academic Purposes English for Specific Purposes Business English Nursing English Flight Attendant English Hotel Industry English Tourism English International Golf English Global EIL English < Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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