What was the first permanent English settlement in America?

Answer Jamestown, Virginia, was the first permanent English settlement in America. A group of English settlers arrived on the banks of the James River in 1607 and created the small colony. The site is now... Read More »

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Why were English settlements in America?

The English attempted to settle America during the 16th century making many unsuccessful attempts before the colonization of Jamestown, Virginia. According to the University of Houston's Digital Hi... Read More »

How to Learn English in America?

Learning English in America requires practice and training. American English is much different than English in other countries, with varying slang usage and regional dialects confusing the beginner... Read More »

How many people speak english in america?

As of the 2000 census, about 215 million people over age 5 speak English fluently in the United States. An additional 28 million Americans speak Spanish as a primary language. Other common language... Read More »

Your Mother passed away 2 years ago and you are getting a settlement can credit card debt go after the settlement?

Answer Well, if they are garnishing your wages, than probably yes. What you should do is call and bargain with them to pay them off. If you owe $1,000, tell them you can pay $500. It's better j... Read More »