Lets Go To Read

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  • LETS GO TO READNEW YORK.

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  • NEW YORK IS ONE OF THE WORLDS GREAT CITIES BUT IS ONLY ONE MANY LARGE CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND BALTIMORE ARE ALL ONLY A SHORT DISTANCE FRON NEW YORK GREW LARGE THAN THESE OTHER CITIES BECAUSE RIVERS AND LAKES PROVIDED IT WITH WATER TRANSPORTATION TO THE CENTER OF THE COUNTRY.

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  • QUESTIONS1- IS NEW YORK THE ONLY LARGE CITY IN THE COUN TRY?2-WHAT CITIES ARE ONLY A SHORT DISTANCE FROM NEW YORK?3-HOW ARE THEY ALL LIKE NEW YORK?4- WHY DID NEW YORK GROW LARGER THAN THESE OTHER CITIES?

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  • READING NUMBER 3ONLY A FEW MILESSOUTH OF BALTIMORE IS WASHINGTON D. C. WASHINGTON IS THE CAPITAL OF THE UNITED STATES. MILLIONS OF TOURIST VISIT THE CITY EVERY YEAR BECAUSE OF ITS MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS. ATLANTA IS THE LARGEST AND MOST IMPORTANT CITY IN THE SOUTH, AND NEW ORLEANS, ON THE GREAT MISSISSIPI RIVER, IS THE MAJOR SEAPORT OF THE AREA.

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  • QUESTIONS1- WHERE IS WASHINGTON D.C.? 2-WHAT IS WASHINGTON?3- WHY DO MILLIONS OF TOURIST VISIT WASHINGTON EVERY YEAR?4-WHAT IS ATLSANTA?5-WHAT IS NEW ORLEANS?

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  • READING NUMBER FOUR THE CENTRAL PART OF THE UNITED SATES IS AN AREA OF BOTH FARMS AND FACTORIES. THE MOST IMPORTANT CITY IS THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY IS CHICAGO, THE THIRD LARGEST CITY IN THE UNITED STATES. DETROIT IS FAMOUS AS THE ALONG THE WEST COAST, THERE ARE OTHER CITIES WHICH THE OIL INDUSTRY. SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT CITIES ON THE PACIFIC COAST OF THE UNITED STATES. LOS ANGELES IS NOW THE SECOND LARGEST CITY IN THE COUNTRY.

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  • QUESTIONS1- WHAT KIND OF AREA IS THE CENTRAL PART OF THE UNITED STATES?2- WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT CITY IN THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY?3- WHAT IS DETROIT FAMOUS FOR?4- WHAT IS THERE IN TEXAS AND ALONG THE WEST COAST?5-WHAT IS HOUSTON A CENTER FOR?6-WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT CITIES ON THE PACIFIC COAST?7-WHAT IS LOS ANGELES NOW?

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