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Fact: “1 out of 4 women is addicted to chocolate.” Analyze the fact Identify the whole Identify the part Determine the

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  1. Fact: “1 out of 4 women is addicted to chocolate.” Analyze the fact Identify the whole Identify the part Determine the percentage or fraction Determine what is implied for the rest of the whole

  2. Fact: “8 out of every 10 books sold are paperback.”

  3. RankingFact: • “The U.S. cities with the highest divorce rates are first Dallas, then Phoenix, and then Houston.”

  4. Naming the top five Fact: “The five most common surnames in the United States are: Smith, Johnson, Williams, Jones, and Brown.”

  5. Naming the top, most, oldest Fact: “Of the three flags—the British Union Jack, the French Tri-color, and the U.S. Stars and Stripes— the Stars and Stripes is oldest.”

  6. Answer Key Exercise 3: Comparisons 1. Babies of Deaf parents (DP), babies of Hearing parents (HP) Who learns to communicate first? Babies of DP learn first, 3 months before babies of HP. The voice box takes no longer to develop than hand movements; or we should use sign language with all babies. Topics Question Information Interpretation Lincoln, Washington Which President has more places and things named after him? Lincoln has more places and things named after him (1,361) than Washington (1,346) 2. Topics Question Information Interpretation Cars or bottle caps Which uses steel more? Every year more steel is used to make bottle caps. 3. Topics Question InformationInterpretation

  7. 4. Car industry vs. movie industry Which industry has more employees? The car industry employs about 3,000,000 vs. 200,000 employed by the movie industry. Topics Question Information Interpretation Wine/beer vs. mouthwashes Whish has more alcohol? Mouthwashes have more alcohol (14-27%) than wine/beer (3.2-14%); therefore they are banned in prisons. 5. Topics Question Information Interpretation People living in the country vs. people living in the city; vegetarians vs. non-vegetarians Who lives longer? People living in the country live an average of 5 years longer than people living in the city; vegetarians live an average of 10 years longer than non-vegetarians. 6. Topics Question Information Interpretation

  8. 7. Anchorage, Alaska, and Jackson, Mississippi Which city has more males than females? The male-female ratio in Anchorage, Alaska, is 107.7 men to 100 women. In Jackson, Mississippi, it’s 88.3 men to 100 women. Topics Question Information Interpretation Students from one-parent families vs. students from two-parent families Who gets kicked out of high school more? Three times as many students from one-parent families as from two-parent families get kicked out of school. 8. Topics Question Information Interpretation Country of Burma vs. the Las Vegas Hilton Which has more hotel rooms? The Las Vegas Hilton has three times as many hotel rooms as has the whole country of Burma. 9. Topics Question Information Interpretation

  9. Pet food vs. baby food On which do Americans spend more money? Americans spend four times as much money on pet food as on baby food. 10. Topics Question Information Interpretation

  10. Translation Guide • 1a. Name topics (use contrastive structure) • 2a. Pose the question (use rhetorical question) • or • 1b. Pose the question (use rhetorical question) • 2b. Name topics (use contrastive structure) • 3. Supply answer • 4. Give interpretation by addressing either • • why the fact is true, or • • explaining what should be done

  11. Remarkable Coincidences Lincoln was elected president in 1860 and Kennedy was elected President in 1960. Mary Lincoln and Jacqueline Kennedy both had children who died while their husbands were in the White House.

  12. Words and Phrases Sheet 1 “theater” “movie theater” “warehouse” “shot someone in a theater, then hid in a warehouse” “shot someone from warehouse, then hid in a theater” “one brother died young, but another brother lived on” “… on a Friday” “Southerners” “… was assassinated” “assassin” Sheet 2 “… was tried in court” “succeeded by …” “… served in the Senate” “… was killed”