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Workbook Answer Key UNIT 8

Note: In communicative exercises where several answers are possible, this answer key contains some examples of
correct answers, not all possible answers. Any valid answer in this type of exercise should be considered acceptable.
Exercise 4 GRAMMAR BOOSTER
1. a 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. a
Exercise A
Exercise 5
1. unless 2. if 3. If 4. unless 5. if 6. Unless
2. novel 3. high-end 4. high-end
5. fast 6. high-tech 7. innovative Exercise B
2. wish I would arrive 3. wish I had invented 4. wishes he
Exercise 6
could have 5. wishes the patient would start eating
1. maybe 2. no 3. no 4. maybe 6. wish I hadnt eaten
5. no 6. yes 7. no 8. no
Exercise C
Exercise 7
2. had been damaged 3. would still be dancing
1. would be 2. werent 3. will have 4. ll loose 4. would still be looking for 5. had been given
5. get 6. didnt think 7. cost 8. wont buy 6. would still be working
Exercise 8
1. wont find 2. is 3. dont want 4. wouldnt do WRITING BOOSTER
5. knew 8. wont have 9. want 10. werent
Exercise A
Exercise 9 Paragraph 1: Becoming an inventor isnt a simple process.
Sorry were late. Paragraph 2: The idea for the invention
Im ashamed to say we got lost. Paragraph 3: The market for the invention
It can happen to anyone. Paragraph 4: Selling the invention
If I had remembered to take my GPS, we would have been
Exercise B
on time.
Summary 2
No harm done.
Exercise C
Exercise 10
Paragraph 1: Buy a GPS
1. yes 2. no 3. yes 4. no 5. yes
Paragraph 2: GPS uses
6. yes 7. yes 8. yes 9. no
Paragraph 3: GPS types
Exercise 11
Possible summary paragraph:
1. hadnt been 2. would have had
GPS devices are extremely useful and practical devices.
3. wouldnt have bought 4. wouldnt have gone
They meet a variety of needs and come in a variety
5. had known 6. had trained
of shapes and sizes. In other words, theres a GPS for
Exercise 12 everyone.
1. had made 2. hadnt talked to 3. would have chosen
4. would have had 5. wouldnt have eaten
Exercise 14
1. g 2. b 3. f 4. f 5. c
6. d 7. g 8. e 9. g 10. g
11. c 12. f 13. h 14. a 15. i
Exercise 16
1. c 2. d 3. b 4. a
Exercise 17
1. No information
2. True
3. No information
4. False; His designs used everyday, simple items.
5. False; The Self-Operating Napkin was a complicated
tool that took many steps to complete a simple task of
wiping ones mouth.
6. False; He presented his inventions in a humorous way.
7. True
8. False; They should take no less than 20 steps.

Top Notch 3, Second Edition Unit 8


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