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Jane is a busy working mum. She is married and has ayoung family. Jane probably lives in a nice modern flat.Jane is well-educated and has a well-paid job in an office.
Answer Section56Exercise 2 (p. 134)I am a student at university. I would say I am quite easy-going,but I work hard and know what I want.I live in a flatwith two roommates near our university campus. I like tothink I am well-dressed most of the time.Of course,I havedays when I am tired and just throw on anything, but I tryto look my best on a small budget. Fortunately, myroommates and I are the same size and we have similartastes, so we swap clothes a lot.When I am not studying Ikeep busy with sports.I play tennis and volleyball and workout at the campus gym. I don’t work because I don’t havetime. I feel sorry for the people that have to balanceworking and studying, it must be difficult to keep up witheverything and still have some social life. Right now I lovemy life and there is nothing I would change about it.Exercise 3 (p. 134)I think nanotechnology might affect our lives in manyways.Because these things are so small,they can be usedin ways that were never thought possible before.Scientists will be able to develop new technology for allkinds of things around the home, office and even for usein the medical field.transportation:cars and planes safer and moreefficient/ stronger due to lighter materials/less fuelneeded/faster/ easier to operateconsumer products:cleaning materials safer andmore efficient/self-cleaning glass and fabrics save timeand moneyenvironment:fewer chemicals/less need for fossilfuels/ drinkable waterfood:hunger wiped out/genetically-engineered crops/more wheat, fruit, vegetables and animal food sources/better qualitymedicine:improved diagnosis/ early detection andtreatment/drugs directly injected into bloodstream/faster, more positive results/cure or control of manydiseases.Exercise 5 (p. 135)1There are many potential dangerswithnanotechnology.2Doctors can often remove cancerous tissuefrompatients.3What was once only read in science fictionisnow a reality.4Scientists are hoping to improve methods offighting disease.5Cars with better fuel efficiency are better forthe environment.6A foreign bodyis something in the body thatshouldn’t be there.7Some scientific theories suggest that this mayreduce global warming.8The craftsmen use traditional materialssuch aswood and stone.9We are hoping to prevent an environmentalcatastrophe.10Scientists must use extreme cautionwith thisnew technology.11Skin is a natural barrieragainst infection in thebody.12Biological membranescover our cells and helpprotect them.Exercise 6 (p. 135)Exercise 7 (p. 135)positive:medical research, new technology to fightillness and disease, food packaging, disinfectants anddressings for wounds, waterproof fabrics, manufacturingcertain items like cosmetics and DVD’s, may benefit theenvironment and reduce global warmingnegative:may be dangerous, may cause DNA mutations,

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