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Touchstone 4 Units 1-12

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Unit 1
Exercise 1
claire: did you start
Alex: I've been taking
Claire: did you use
Alex: showed
Claire: are you working
Alex: I'm taking
Claire: have you taken
Claire: were you doing
Alex: was working; didn't win

Exercise 2
1. What have you been taking photos of lately?
2. How long have you had a camera?
3. Did your parents take many photos of you when you were a child?
4. Have you ever been to a photographer's studio?
5. When did you last take a photo?
6. What social networking sites are you posting you photos on currently?
Exercise 2
Answers will vary

Exercise 3
1. Ben: have been watching
Kumi: 've been watching/ watch; watch; watched
2. Ana: Have, lived / Did, live
Joel: 've lived / lived; lived; was living / lived
3. Jalila: 'm eating / 've been eating; eat; ate / eat
4. Vito: have, been writing
Kim: 've been writing; write; wrote

Exercise 4
Answers will vary
Lesson B Exercise 1
1. ended up 2. planning on
finished spent
considering started
decided remember
offered missed
agreed
imagine
3.
happened
considering
bother
seems
expected
Exercise 2
living, being, to move, to share, missing/
to miss, being, staying, being, to complete, emailing.

Exercise 3
Answers will vary
Lesson C
Exercise 1
Freda - Well anyway, one day, I'm/ I am in
the yard, and she makes me eat a mud pie.
Here she is, seven years old, in the yard
with three beautiful mud pies. She says,
"Freda, try this. It's so good." And she acts
like she put some in her mouth. I was three
years old, what did I know?

Exercise 2
Answers will vary

Exercise 3
this; this; these; these; this; this
Exercise 4
Answers will vary

Lesson D
Exercise 1
A someone who works for a cause
B
1. Christopher Reeve starred in the Superman movies.
2. He was riding his horse.
3. He relied on his wife, nurses, doctors, and therapists.
4. It awards money to people researching cures for paralysis.
Exercise 2
A 3, 4, 1, 2
Unit 2
Lesson A
Exercise 1
1. often 2. quickly 3. nice
4. important 5. hard 6. much

Exercise 2
1. interested in fashion, much attention,
scruffy.
2. fast, little time, many things.

Exercise 3
Answers will vary
Exercise 4
Answers will vary

Lesson B
Exercise 1
1. A. isn't 2. A. Don't
B. Aren't A. don't
B. Doesn't B. Doesn't
A. Isn't A. aren't

Exercise 2
Answers will vary.
Exercise 3
A
1. Luis looks very stylish in his denim jeans and a long-sleeved shirt. His polka-dot tie looks cool, too.
2. Kate looks great in that floral print silk skirt. Her cashmere V-neck sweater goes with it really well, too.
3. Tiana's wearing dark blue boot-cut jeans - as usual- with a shirt. That look never goes out of fashion.
4. Ravi's dark gray scarf goes perfectly with his suede jacket. Those baggy casual pants look great, too.

B
Answers will vary.
Lesson C
Exercise 1
1. b 2. a 3. b 4. b

Exercise 2
Liza You have definite tastes, then.
Russ You like songs that you know the lyrics to.
Russ You want to understand what you're looking at.
Liza You like clothes that you can wear every day.

Exercise 3
Mike Now, are you the same about food too?
Mike Now, have you tried sushi?

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.
Lesson D
Exercise 1
A
Most interested in fashion: Michi
Least interested in fashion: Sadie

B
1. b 2. a 3. a 4. a 5. b

C
1. Michi 2. Sadie 3. Sadie/Michi 4. Michi 5. Carlos.

Exercise 2
Answers will vary
Unit 3
Lesson A
Exercise 1
Kerstin: 's celebrated; is considered
Kerstin: is chosen; is placed; is sung; isn't
done / 's not done
Ken is eaten
Kerstin are made; 're, served

Exercise 2
Answers will vary
Exercise 3
Sports: is called, are used, are played, is called, is held
Music: is called, are performed, isn't used, are learned, are sung
Food: is served, 's made, are boiled, are mashed, 're mixed

Exercise 4
1. is considered 2. are made 3. are served
4. are played 5. are celebrated 6. are sung

Answers will vary.
Lesson B
Exercise 1
1. to kiss 2. Showing 3. Eating 4. to cut in line
5. Shaking hands 6. to take off 7. Holding hands
8. to stand up

Exercise 2
1. to keep 2. bowing 3. Having 4. Walking 5. to tip
6. to point

Exercise 3
1. reaching 2. to say 3. Eating 4. Being 5. to shout
6. to go 7. to be 8. to leave, saying 9. Giving
10. Asking 11. to wait, getting 12. to talk
Exercise 4
1. It's not okay to point at people in public places.
2. It's not customary to walk in someone's house without taking off your shoes.
3. Try not to stand close to people you're talking to.
4. Not opening a gift in fromt of the person who gave it to you is considered rude. / Opening a gift in front of the person who gave it to you is not considered rude.
5. You can annoy people by saying you're sorry if you bump into them.
6. It's not customary to tip hairstylists. / It's customary not to tip hairstylists.
7. Being early for a party is not considered polite.
8. Talking on a cell phone in a public place is not acceptable.
Lesson C
Exercise 1
1. I really like it.
2. Well, to be honest, I don't really like her.
3. No. I absolutely hated my old school.
4. Yes! I would definitely like to do that.
5. Oh, I'd certainly miss my family, especially my brother.

Exercise 2 Answers will vary.

Exercise 3
1. Kara: _____ I'm going to Mexico!
Kara: But I'm going to miss you, of course!
Bruno: Well, me, of course.
2. Brad: And, of course, I missed my flight.
Brad: Yeah ____.
Brad: Yeah, and I apologized right away, of course.
Lesson D
Exercise 1
A. 3

B.
1. f 2. e 3. b 4. a 5. c 6. d

Exercise 2
A
One of my favorite proverbs is
It means that
It's often said that
I like this proverb because

B Answers will vary.
Unit 4
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. 're not supposed to park
're supposed to park
2. 're not supposed to wear
're supposed to take off
3. 's supposed to be
's not supposed to be
4. 's supposed to clean / be cleaning
's supposed to talk / to be / to be talking
Exercise 2
was going to / was supposed to
was supposed to
was going to
were going to / were supposed to
's supposed to
were / are supposed to
'm supposed to
was going to / was supposed to

Exercise 3
Zach: was supposed to meet / was going to meet
Christy: 'm supposed to pick up
Zach: Are / Were, supposed to bring
Christy: wasn't going to make
Christy: 's not supposed to eat
Christy: 's supposed to be
Exercise 4
Answers will vary.

Lesson B Exercise 1
A
1. get away with 2. get around to 3. get out of 4. get over
5. get it 6. get used to 7. get off 8. get the feeling
9. get to know; get home; get through 10. get going

B
1. A: get going
B: get away with
B: get it; get off
2. A: get home
B: get out of; get the feeling
B: get around to
Exercise 2
1. get over her fear
get through a day
2. get out of going
get off work
get away with it
3. get around to paying
get away with making
get used to eating

Exercise 3
Answers will vary
Lesson C Exercise 1
A
1. It is you, right?
2. So, you teach teenagers, huh?
3. So, you haven't told them yet?
4. You're still working at that software company, right?
5. So, they don't know you're here, then?
6. You didn't hear about that, huh?

B
Dan: It is you, right?
Eva: You're still working at that software company, right?
Dan: You didn't hear about that, huh?
Dan: So, you teach teenagers?
Eva: So, they don't know you're here, right?
Eva: So, you haven't told them yet?
Exercise 2
Rita: So, you're having a birthday party this year? 1
Craig: I don't know. My birthday is going to fall right in the middle of the final exams. -
Rita: So, you think people won't come if they're studying? 2
Craig: Yeah, I mean, these are important exams, so...3
Rita: Well, maybe you could wait until exams are over. -
Rita: Then you can have a double celebration: for your birthday and the end of exams. -
Rita: So, don't forget to invite me! 4

Exercise 3
Phil: You stayed out pretty late, huh?
Phil: You had a good time, right?
Keith: You didn't do anything?
Phil: You're going out again tonight?
Phil: So, you're not too tired to go out tonight?
Lesson D Exercise 1
A
Paragraph 2 : Smile!
Paragraph 3: Maintain eye contact.
Paragraph 4: Pay attention to your body language.
Paragraph 5: Use your ears.
Paragraph 6: Be fearless.

B
1. e 2. d 3. f 4. b 5. a 6. g 7. c

C
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Exercise 2
A
Being an introvert
while I wait to get on a plane or train
because I'm away from home
Unit 5
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. must be changed 4. shouldn't be allowed
2. should be banned 5. could be encouraged
3. ought to be fined 6 . has to be done

Exercise 2
A
1. encouraged 2. allowed 3. fined
4. made 5. passed 6. given 7. banned
8. arrested

B
Answers will vary.
Exercise 3
1. A be allowed
B be fined
C be arrested
2. A be made
B be arrested
C be treated
3. A be fined
B be changed
C be stopped

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.
Lesson B Exercise 1
Crime: Punishment:
armed robbery put on probation
break into a house lose your license
kill someone send to prison
take someone captive clean up graffiti
minor offense go to jail

Exercise 2
1. shoplifters 5. penalties
2. robbers 6. jaywalker
3. life sentence 7. kidnapper
4. vandals 8. stealing

Exercise 3
1. Three teenagers got arrested yesterday for stealing a car.
2. They got caught joyriding along a busy street.
3. The owner of the car thinks the teens should be fined.
4. Lulu Maxwell should be made to give a public apology.
5. Maxwell got fined $500 and (got) put on probation for six months.
6. She got caught shoplifting in a department store downtown.
7. A man got caught writing graffiti on cars last Wednesday.
8. Jim Hillman got convicted of vandalism.
9. The owners of the car think Hillman should be made to pay for the damage done to their vehicles.

Exercise 4. Answers will vary.
Lesson C Exercise 1
Helen: basically
Helen: for a couple of reasons; second of all; the thing is
Helen: another thing is

Exercise 2
A
3 1 5 7 4 2 6
B
Answers will vary
Exercise 3
1. c 2. e 3. a 4. b

Exercise 4
Pam: their point is
Roger: basically
Roger: there are two reasons; number one; number two; another thing is
Pam: You've got a point
Roger: I never thought of it that way.
Lesson D Exercise 1
A
3 1 6
5 2 4

B
1. He didn't notice all the shoes were right footed.
2. He got caught because he fell asleep in an armchair in the house he was robbing.
3. They weren't happy because the items don't work.
4. He pulled over to help someone.
5. She needed to order something on the breakfast menu.
6. His crime cost him $3.

Exercise 2
A
Because / As
since / because / as
Because / As

B Answers will vary

Unit 6
Lesson A Exercise 1
UFO; telepathy; deja vu; sticks in my mind; coincidences; out of the blue; ran into; unexpectedly.

Exercise 2
had broken up; started; decided; had dated, invited; noticed; were / had been, hadn't seen.

Exercise 3
1. He had written a good cover letter and resume.
2. He had written it with a professional and had a nice photo.
3. Because he had put his phone in silent mode. / He hadn't heard his alarm go off.
4. He had gotten his things ready the night before.
5. He hadn't had time to get it on Tuesday.
6. He had gone to the ATM on Tuesday.
7. No, he had never met her before.
8. She had recognized him from the photo on his resume.

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.
Lesson B Exercise 1
1. If you put your clothes on inside out, you'll get a nice surprise.
2. If a bride wears pearls, she'll cry all he married life.
3. If you see a crow in the morning, you'll have a bad day.
4. If you put your purse on the floor, your money will disappear.
5. If you give your boyfriend / girlfriend a pair of shoes, he / she will leave you.
6. It's lucky to find a green leaf floating upright in a cup of tea.

Exercise 2
1. snake 2. sweep;broom 3. make; come true 4. come into

Exercise 3
Junya: Neither am I.
Marta: Neither do I.
Marta: So do I.
Junya: Neither did I.
Marta: So am I.

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.
Lesson C Exercise 1
1. hilarious 4. frightening
2. fascinating 5. weird
3. wonderful 6. difficult

Exercise 2
Answers will vary

Exercise 3
1. softer 4. stronger
2. stronger 5. stronger
3. softer

Exercise 4
Answers will vary
Lesson D Exercise 1
A
Top left: 2 Top right: 3
Bottom left: 4 Bottom right: 1

B
1. an exit; Julianne Clark
2. stowaway; Charles McLean
3. painkillers; Tim Wilson
4. shipping crate; Charles McLean
5. honor; Christina Hudson

Exercise 2
A
Before; Soon after; after

B
Answers will vary.
Unit 7
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. has; gets 2. has 3. had 4. get

Exercise 2
1. to wash; washed 2. to do; redecorated 3. cut; to help
4. repaired; fixed 5. to do; cleaned, ironed

Exercise 3
StanP get it repaired
LilyRose have it fixed
JuanJ get them cleaned
Hwatanabe have them delivered
Psmith89 have it painted

Exercise 4
Answers will vary
Lesson B Exercise 1
1. recharge 2. upgrade 3. adjusting
4. clean 5. replace

Exercise 2
Answers will vary.

Exercise 3
1. A dent; leaking
B making a funny noise
2. B slow; stopped/dead
3. A dead/stopped
B flickering
A won't turn on
B get a shock
4. B stain
A hole
B torn
5. loose; fall off
Exercise 4
Answers will vary.

Lesson C Exercise 1
A
1. d 2. e 3. i 4. a 5. g 6. h 7. c 8. f 9. b

B
1. A Need some help moving it?
2. A Ready?
B Like it?
3. A Got any chips?
B Want one?
4. B Want me to help?
5. B Want me to get it?
6. B Love to!
B Ready!
Exercise 2
1. Ooh! 2. Ow! 3. Whoops! 4. Yuck! 5. Shoot! 6. Uh-oh!

Exercise 3
1. 5; 1; 6; 2; 4; 3
2. 3; 2; 4; 6; 5; 1

Lesson D Exercise 1
A
Answers will vary.

B
a. 7 b. 4 c. 2 d. 6 e. 3 f. 1 g. 5

C
1. c 2. f 3. a 4. d 5. e 6. b
Exercise 2
A
Problem: ....there is sometimes a lack of understanding and respect between students and teachers.

Solution: ...have a teacher-student swap day once a semester

Benefits: ...students could see what teachers have to do to prepare for a class.
....teachers could learn new ideas from students and how students learn best.
....students could find out if teaching is something they'd like to do as a career.

How the solution will be implemented:
Each semester, every teacher would become a student and let two students take over the class.

B
Answers will vary.
Unit 8
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. He's sulking.
2. They're hugging (each other).
3. She's yelling (at her computer).
4. They're laughing out loud.
5. She's hanging up (on someone).
6. He's losing his temper.

Exercise 2
Answers will vary.

Exercise 3
A
1. Leah could have taken
Rita couldn't have done; wouldn't have wanted
Leah could do
Rita wouldn't have said; should have sounded
2. Jon would have been
Luz should have called
Jon could have contacted
Luz should have gotten; would have done
B
Conversation 1
1. What else could I have said?
2. How would you have reacted?
3. Where would you have hung it?
Answers to the questions will vary.

Conversation 2
4. Would you have felt angry?
5. Would you have called her?
6. What could/should Cora have done?
Answer to the questions will vary.
Lesson B Exercise 1
1. happy, flexible, realistic
2. sympathetic, honest, sensitive
3. decisive, confident, determined
4. jealous, aggressive, impulsive

Exercise 2
Positive
- confidence, determination, flexibility, happiness, honesty, motivation, realism, self-discipline, sensitivity, sympathy

Negative
- aggression, anger, depression, grief, guilt, hate, jealousy, sadness, shame, sulking

Exercise 3
1. A She must have left by now.
A She may have decided to drive.
B She couldn't have gotten it back yet.
2. B She must have been scared.
A He might not have recognized her.
A She may have told him.
Exercise 4
Answers will vary.

Lesson C Exercise 1
B I had that happen to me
A That's like
B That reminds me of the time
A I had a similar thing happen to me,
B That happened to my friend Nancy,
A Speaking of

Exercise 2
1. e 2. d 3. b 4. c 5. a 6. b 7. d 8. a

Exercise 3
1. d 2. a 3. b 4. f 5. c 6. e

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.
Lesson D Exercise 1
A Both bloggers feel better for taking action.

B
1. f 2. e 3. b 4. a 5. d 6. c

C
1. She usually ignores them.
2. It was in her neighborhood.
3. She shouldn't have yelled.
4. It's so time consuming.
5. Someone started sending her game requests.

Exercise 2
A
I feel I should apolgize for
it was my fault entirely
I promise not to
I just hope

B
Answers will vary.
Unit 9
Lesson A Exercise 1
A
1. own 2. possessions 3. part with
4. accumulated 5. goals 6. materialistic

B
Answers will vary

Exercise 2
1. thought; 'd clean out
2. had / has been saving
3. hadn't / hasn't found
4. couldn't / can't part with; were / are
5. was / is
6. was / is always buying ; thought / thinks; had / has
7. wouldn't / won't ever throw out
8. had bought / bought
Exercise 3
Mel she'd enjoyed it a lot
Eric she was broke; she's / she'd been spending too much lately
Eric she couldn't afford to buy the tickets
Eric she was going away for a week; she'd / she'll call me when she got / gets back
Eric it was surprise
Mel her mother is / was a millionaire

Lesson B
Exercise 1
1. b 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. c 6. a 7. b 8. a 9. c

Exercise 2
1. charge 2. bills 3. monthly 4. out 5. away
6. savings 7. income 8. stocks 9. debt
Missing word in sentence: allowance
Exercise 3
1. how much money I saved
2. if / whether I had / have
3. if / whether I could / can stick to
4. how many times I'd taken / I took
5. what I spent / spend
6. if / whether I'd taken out / I took out

Exercise 4
1. whether / if she wanted to borrow some money
2. whether / if she / she'd lent some money to a friend
3. how much she / she'd spent on clothes
4. how she / she'd paid for lunch
5. if she / she'd looked in her purse
6. if she could remember where she'd gone / she went
Lesson C
Exercise 1
1. She was telling me about her son.
2. She was saying it doesn't / didn't pay much.
3. A co-worker of mine was telling me our boss just won / had just won the lottery.
4. My co-worker was saying she won / had won $5,000.
5. My friend was telling me she needs / needed a new car.
6. She was saying that she might lose her job if she's / she was late again.
7. I was telling him what to do while I'm / I was on vacation.

Exercise 2
1. B Evidently
B told me
A I've heard
2. B According to the report
A They say
A was saying
3. B I was told
A Apparently; he was telling me
Exercise 3
Answers will vary.

Lesson D Exercise 1
A
share them with fellow readers

B
1. F Book swapping solves a number of problems for book lovers.
2. T
3. F The person who posts a book on a book-swapping site earns points.
4. F When a book on your wish list is posted, the website will contact you.
5. T
6. T

Exercise 2
A
She explained; she added
she recalled; she concluded

B
Answers will vary.
Unit 10
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. had followed; might have become
2. hadn't heard; wouldn't have joined
3. hadn't learned; might not have been able
4. hadn't told; wouldn't have tried out
5. had received; wouldn't have won

Exercise 2
PM hadn't sung; would/could/might, have won
Beth would/could/might have had
Ian had known; would have worked
PM Would / could, have taken
Ian would / could have looked

Exercise 3
Answers will vary

Exercise 4
Answers will vary
Lesson B Exercise 1
Up-and-coming; bad press; go downhill; made headlines; drop out of sight; take off; got discovered; have connections; in the right place;
in the headlines

Exercise 2
1. isn't it 2. are we 3. have you 4. didn't you
5. wasn't it 6. hasn't he

Exercise 3
1. A doesn't he 2. A is it
B do you B does she
A don't they A didn't she
B isn't it B doesn't it
A wasn't I
Exercise 4
1. You were raised in Tennessee, weren't you?
2. You started acting at the age of seven, didn't you?
3. Your first major role was in The Man in the Moon, wasn't it?
4. You appeared in over 25 movies by the age of 30, didn't you?
5. You have produced several movies, haven't you?
6. You're married to a talent agent, aren't you?
7. You have three children, don't you?

Lesson C
Exercise 1
Tina couldn't you
Tina don't you
Tina wouldn't it
Tina couldn't you
Tina wouldn't it; don't they; don't you

Exercise 2
Answers will vary
Exercise 3
1. b 2. a 3. d 4. e 5. c

Exercise 4
3 or 5
6 4
1 1
4 6
2 2
5 3

Lesson D
Exercise 1
Answer will vary

B
1. F Rap started in a poor neighborhood in New York City in the 1970's.
2. F Rap was a way for kids in bad neighborhoods to express themselves creatively.
3. F After rap became popular, many of it's stars came from poor backgrounds.
4. F 50 Cent came from an underpriveleged / poor background.
5. T
6. T
Exercise 2
A
Topic sentence:
Eminem is one of the most popular and controversial rap stars of all time.
Not on topic:
He has been married and has three children.
He has short blond hair and often wears baggy jeans and sweatshirt.

B
Answers will vary.
Unit 11
Lesson A Exercise 1
wireless Internet access
outsource; unemployment
shortage
recruit
obsessed
financial support
Traffic congestion

Exercise 2
1. are being sold
2. has been developed
3. are being engineered / have been engineered
4. are being created / have been created
5. have been moved
6. have been conducted

Exercise 3
Answers will vary.

Lesson B Exercise 1
1. toxic chemicals 5. consumes
2. global warming 6. drought
3. landfill 7. environmentally friendly
4. natural resources 8. biodegradable
Missing word in sentence: Conserve

Exercise 2
1. energy saving 5. recycle
2. decompose 6. consume
3. air pollution 7. contaminate
4. water consumption 8. lack

Exercise 3
1. despite 2. in order to 3. due to 4. although 5. as a result of
6. because of

Exercise 4
1. because 2. in order to 3. so that 4. due to 5. in spite of
6. instead of
Exercise 5
Answers will vary.

Lesson C Exercise 1
A
1. e 2. d 3. b 4. a 5. c

B
Answers will vary.

Exercise 2
Answers will vary.

Exercise 3
Answers will vary.

Lesson D Exercise 1
1. e 2. a 3. b 4. d 5. f 6. c

Exercise 2
A
more and more; fewer; declined; increasingly; less; growing

B _ Answers will vary.
Unit 12
Lesson A Exercise 1
1. resume 4. interview
2. internship 5. strengths, weaknesses
3. career counselor 6. personality test

Exercise 2
1. What you need is a positive attitude.
What my friend did was smart. What she did was write a letter to her boss.
2. What I would do is just ask her.
What you need to do is (to) get another job offer then ask for a promotion.
3. What you should do is wear formal business clothes.
What you need to do is (to) get additional skills.
Exercise 3
1. The first thing to do is to try to get a really good degree.
2. One good thing to get is work experience in a successful company.
3. The main thing you need to be is determined to succeed.
4. The good news is (that) companies are hiring new graduates right now.
5. The best thing to do is (to) work on improving your English.
6. The good thing about internships is (that) they help you get better jobs.

Exercise 4
Answers will vary.

Lesson B Exercise 1
1. editor; C 7. tax adviser; B
2. surgeon; D 8. construction worker; A
3. stockbroker; B 9. psychiatric nurse; D
4. contractor; A 10. interpreter; C
5. writer; C 11. financial analyst; B
6. pediatrician; D 12. translator; C
Exercise 2
Suited for
:
Not suited for
:
1. finance medicine
2. publishing business management
3. the construction industry journalism
4. public relations telemarketing
5. advertising the travel industry

Exercise 3
1. Tia might / will be running
Sasha 'll, be looking; won't be asking
Tia 'll have finished; 'll / might / may be working
Sasha 'll / might / may be living; working
2. Jamie 'll be doing
Malik 'll / might / may be living; 'll / might / may be taking
Jamie won't / might not / may not have paid off;
won't / might not / may not have fixed up
Malik 'll have finished

Exercise 4
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Lesson C Exercise 1
1. Jamal the reason I ask is (that)
Ryan the worst part was (that)
2. Ming-li what I heard was (that)
Ming-li What I was going to tell you was (that)
3. Celia What I thought was good was (that)
Tomo the best thing was (that)

Exercise 2
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Exercise 3
2, 5, 3, 6, 1, 7, 4.
Lesson D Exercise 1
A
Paragraph 3: What's the plan?
Paragraph 4: It pays to be polite.
Paragraph 5: Use the Information Highway.

B
1. F 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. F 6. T

Exercise 2
A
1. cover letter
2. Dear
3. advertised on October 28
4. attached resume
5. Thank you for your time and consideration
6. Sincerely

B
Answers will vary.
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