Homework answers to pgs 31-33 Unit 1
Independent and dependent clauses:
B - BECAUSE - second clause is dependent
C - SO both are independent clauses
D - WHO/ WHEN - 'when he fell asleep' is a dependent clause
E - DESPITE - the first clause is dependent
F - UNTIL - the second clause is dependent
G - THAT - the first clause is dependent
H - WHICH - the second clause is dependent
I - ALTHOUGH - the first clause is dependent
J - BUT - both clauses are independent
K -WHERE - the second caluse is dependent
L - SO - BUT - the middle clause is dependent
M - BECAUSE - AND - the first clause is dependent,AND joins two independent clauses
N - WHEN - the first lcause is dependent

Articles
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Homework answers to pgs 71-73 Unit 2
Language of comparison and contrast
Pg 71 - 2
1 a The new professor gave much more eloquent lectures than other professors.
b Albert Einstein was the most famous physicist of the twentieth century.
c At Culakorn Private University, students gaining high marks occurs much more frequently than students failing.
d The the hierarchy of legal courts in Australia, the Federal Court ranks the highest.
e In my opinion, Beethoven was the most talented composer that ever lived.
f I think astrophysics is considerably more fascinating than other braches of physics.
g Of all contemporary calligraphy teachers, she paints the most brilliantly.
h I think that the computer is the most innovate tool of all recent inventions.
i In my view, when people listen to punk rock music, they are encouraged to behave somewhat more aggressively than when they listen to other types of music.
j. Some of the new Chinese computer manufacturers are performing a lot better than their Japanese coutnerparts.
k. University PHD research is the most difficult study level of all.
l. Some people believe that computer programmers think much more creatively than hardware designers.

Pg 73
1b In spite of enjoying travelling around the world, our lecturer still loves to come home to her family.
Despite enjoying travelling around the world, our lecturer still loves to come home to her family.

c In spite of having many obligations, the University professor is still available to all members of the faculty for informal consultations.
Despite having many obligations, the University professor is still available to all members of the faculty for informal consultations.

d Despite being very successful, the company director still believes his reasearch is not yet complete.
In spite of being very successful, the company director still believes his reasearch is not yet complete.

e Despite being one of the largest countries in the world, Australia has one of the lowest population densities.
In spite of being one of the largest countries in the world, Australia has one of the lowest population densities.

f In spite of promising that he would come to my graduation, he didn't arrive.
Despite promising that he would come to my graduation, he didn't arrive.

Pg 58
Thesis Statement: This essay will loook at the similarities and differences between aspects of the two countries' education systems.

Body Paragraph - similarities:
1. Similar subjects eg maths, sci, lang.
2. Levels of ed. in both countries - pre school, prim., sec. and tert. levels
3. Ed. needs of both countries same - to produce well educ'd, thinking young adults

Transition paragraph/sentence: However, despite these similarities, there are a greater number of differences.

Body paragraphs - differences:
1. Coeducational learning and funding arrangements in Korea and Aust quite different
2. Teacher - student relationships - Korea more formal/Aust more informal
3. Teacher's expect'ns in Korea and Aust
4. Style of learning

Concluding paragraph:
The styles and method of education in Korea and Australia are different, but both have their advantages.

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