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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3279: Prepositions and linking words: Manhattan
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    Prepositions and linking words: Manhattan

    Prepositions and linking words: Manhattan

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    When I came to New York Moscow three years ago, I was immediately fascinated Manhattan, because, the second day after my arrival the United States, my aunt took me there. It was sunny day and from the ferry, the buildings looked beautiful shining the sun. I was excited and impatient we finally reached the famous fifth avenue. There was a smell food floating in the air, strange and unfamiliar. My aunt told me that it was the smell the “hot-dogs” that a man was selling the street – sausages inside piece of bread. I thought it was funny name. Almost all the people were in rush, running somewhere. I got the feeling I had to run and hurry too. There were many sounds coming everywhere: the cars going , someone calling a taxi, a group people playing Indian music, the cars horns, the squeaking the brakes, and TV ad nearby stores; all the sounds a big busy city. I had heard those sounds Moscow, Vienna and Rome, but there was something different Manhattan. It was different and unique. Every time I go to Manhattan and plunge myself its active life and feel excitement again I wonder what is so different it. I still don’t know.

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