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New York City is justifiably one of the most famous and popular cities in the world and is the perfect location for taking a TESOL course. Spend just five minutes in New York and you will understand why it’s like nowhere else in the world. Only in New York City will you see everything that is the spirit of the USA in one city. The diversity, the culture, and the style of the USA are all here in one fascinating place.
There are so many things for the visitor to see and do. See the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, Staten Island Ferry, Brooklyn Bridge as well as many other well known attractions. There is also a wide variety of restaurants, shows, museums and sporting events to visit.
New York in reality is a city of islands. Manhattan and Staten Island are islands and other famous areas such as Queens and Brooklyn are on Long Island.
All in all, with the wide variety of attractions and activities and the cosmopolitan feel of the city, New York is a great choice for your TESOL course.
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