Study in USA
|Full name:||United States of America|
|Official language:||English (in 28 states), French (in Louisiana), Hawaiian (in Hawaii), Spanish (in New Mexico). NB: no official language at the national federal level|
|Main religions:||Christian, Muslim, Jewish|
|Currency:||US dollar (USD)|
|Internet country code:||.us|
|Telephone country code:||+1|
adjective: American | example: I like American food.
person: an American | example: I met an American at the party.
Tales from America (from the Learning English Video Project)
This film is set in New York City. While the learners in Tales from America describe New York as "big", "unbelievable" and even "lonely" at times, Emmerson uses the words "busy", "vibrant" and "very multi-cultural". The film profiles a handful of learners from diverse backgrounds, including students from Argentina, Austria and South Korea. One of the main messages from the film is that learning English is becoming a necessity in many parts of the world. Interviewees agree that whether you are a translator, a computer engineer or a yoga instructor English is an international language that people "need" in today's job market.