The Many Roads to Japan
by Robert W. Norris
Publisher: Smashwords 2001
Number of pages: 44
The book tells the story of the adventures of one foreigner who had to follow many twists and turns in his life journey before finding his niche in Japan. This is an interactive reader for ESL students and teachers, it is recommended for low intermediate level and up. The various exercises at the end of every chapter are designed both to provide a review of the most important information contained in the chapters and to give practice in skimming for main ideas and scanning for specific kinds of information.
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