Chapter 3: Student Housing
Preview Questions, page 23
Answers will vary.
Vocabulary in Context, page 24
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5.
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j
m
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h
6. g
7. f
8. k
9. l
10. a
11. i
12. n
13. c
14. d,
15. b
Reading Comprehension
2A. Getting the Facts, page 25
√ 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20
2B. Making Inferences, page 25
Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
1. an area close to campus, a student-oriented environment, access to shops and
entertainment
2. regulations against having parties, making noise, having overnight guests, keeping
pets, smoking in the apartment
3. paying for utilities, purchasing and cooking food, signing a year-long lease, cleaning
the apartment
4. attending a campus housing orientation, reading newspaper ads, checking housing
websites, consulting a housing agency, asking friends
5. sharing expenses, paying bills on time, being clean and tidy, not playing loud music,
not having long-term guests
6. the remaining roommates are responsible for paying the rent and the bills.
3. Dictionary Skills, page 26
1. Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
a. teacher, professor
f. nurse, parent
b. manager, CEO
g. politician, president, senator, civil servant
c. superintendent
h. judge, lawyer, police
d. manager
i. doctor, nurse
e. chairperson, dean
j. mayor, elected officials, city planners
2. Answers will vary.
3. Answers will vary.
4. Word Forms in Sentences, page 27
1. administrative
2. distributes/distrib
uted
3. reside
4. primary
5. perception
6. securely
7. finalize
8. restrictions
9. construction
10. institutional
5. Collocations, page 28
5A.
1. maintenance
2. primary
3. labor
4. computer
5. positive
6. security,
7. community
8. final
9. residential
10. prime
5B.
1. person
2. time,
3. Day
4. attitude
5. guard
6. college
7. exam
8. school
8. community
9. science
6. Word Parts
6A. Chart Completion, page 29
Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
-ian: statistician, physician, librarian
-er: writer, teacher, manager
-or: sculptor, sailor, actor
-ist: artist, geologist, typist
6B. Definitions, page 30
1. designer
2. interpreter
3. author
4. finalist
5.
6.
7.
8.
mathematician
vegetarian
conductor
administrator
7. Writing, page 30
Answers will vary.
8. Speaking, pages 31-32
Answers will vary.
Chapter 4: Student Activities
Preview Questions, page 34
Answers will vary.
1. Vocabulary in Context, page 35
Paragraph 1
9. lawyer
10. individualist
11. theorist
a. previously, b. equations, c. consuming, d. constitute
Paragraph 2
e. acquisition, f. category, g. normally, h. distinction, i. chapter, j. focus,
k. injured, l. traditionally
Paragraph 3
m. legislation, n. consequence, o. commissioned, p. affect
Paragraph 4
q. exported, r. investment, s. in principle, t. cultural
2. Reading Comprehension
2A. Getting the Facts, page 36
√ 4, 8, 9
2B. Making Inferences, pages 36-37
Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
1. Engineering and Foreign Languages are popular majors for minority and ethnic
students. There are few minority or ethnic students majoring in Psychology.
2. There is little interest in Student Government except among Business students.
3. Business majors are primarily interested in organizations which might help their
careers. They join sororities and fraternities at the highest rates.
4. Organizations related to academics are helpful for getting into graduate school and
getting a job.
5. Religious groups are generally more popular than political groups. Psychology
students are uninterested in politics. Education students are interested in both the Arts and
academic organizations.
6. Answers will vary.
3. Dictionary Skills, pages 38-39
Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
2. pearls grown in an artificial environment
3. the adjustment to a new culture
4. a writer of poetry who has a great appreciation of the arts
5. living matter grown in a lab for study
6. a mix of people from different backgrounds and ethnicities
7. the cultural group with which a person most identifies
8. current art forms which are not traditional
9. activities which have an ethnic influence
10. a well-educated person who appreciates the arts
4. Word Forms
4A. Chart Completion, page 39
Noun
Verb
consumption, consumer
injury
consume
injure
Adverb
Adjective
consuming
injured
x
x
category
categorize
participation, participant
participate
legislation
legislate
acquisition
acquire
export
export
tradition
x
region
regionalize
normality, normalcy, norm normalize
resource
x
4B. Word Forms in Sentences, page 40
categorical
participatory
legislative
x
x
traditional
regional
normal
resourceful
categorically
x
x
x
x
traditionally
regionally
normally
resourcefully
Students’ own interests should provide the focus for their participation in extracurricular
activities. Activities are not categorized according to a value judgment. Fraternity
chapters, literary societies, orchestras, and football teams are considered equal. However,
students who participate in one or two activities are probably more attractive to
admission authorities and employers than students who are involved in a range of
random organizations. Some schools and businesses have a tradition of favoring
volunteer service to others (children, the elderly, those with injuries and those with no
home), while others may prefer activities that require students to acquire judgment,
efficiency, organization, and cooperation, such as being a journalist for the student
newspaper or administering a regional volunteer project. Students should normally focus
their energy on areas that interest them.
5. Collocations, pages 40-41
Answers will vary. Possible answers include:
1. oil, rice
2. differential, linear
3. cars, heating equipment
4. homeless shelter, humane society
5. Brazil, U.S
6. spinach, spicy food
7. Thanksgiving, Labor Day,
6. Word Parts
6A, page 41
1. import
2. porter,
3. port
4. report
5. deportation
6. transportation
7. portable,
8. portfolio
9. export,
10. reporter
8. flour, sugar
9. solar energy, wind power
10. sneakers, electronics
11. English 101, Chemistry 1
12. tennis elbow, sprained ankle,
13. Niagara Falls, Pittsburgh Zoo
14. Egyptians, Aztecs
6B, page 42
Answers may vary in some cases. Possible answers include:
1. report: nightly news, weather forecast
2. portable: laptop computer, CD player
3. portfolio: paintings, designs
4. port: New York, Boston
5. reporter: editing, writing
6. exports: oil, computers
7. imports: coffee, electronics
8. transportation: trains, airplanes
9. deportation: immigration violations, visa expiration
10. porter: suitcase, baggage
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Chapter 3: Student Housing