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Focus review



Focus F Comparisons

The following sentences were taken from Unit 16, 'Printers'. Decide

whether the sentences express: a. equivalence; b. non-equivalence;

or c. the superlative, then underline the words expressing the

comparison.

............................... 1. One of the most difficult parts of printing

output is the reaction of the

............................... 2. user to the printed page, because somehow the

printed output produces a response from the reader much like that of people to a roomful of new furniture.

............................... 3. Drum printers usually give the lowest quality

printing because if the hammer hits a little early or late, the character will appear slightly above or below the line.

............................... 4. Electrosensitive printers are inexpensive and

silent, and these newer devices are also much faster, allowing any character set to be used.

............................... 5. In the largest computer installations, where

cost is no longer a consideration, non-impact printers are used for very high speed.

............................... 6. In addition to being faster, microfilm also

condenses large stacks of paper down into small amounts.

............................... 7. In the laser writer, the paper is charged

electrostatically and attracts dry ink powder, as in a Xerox machine.


Focus H Giving examples

Complete the following table by referring back to the text on 'Printers'.

 

PARA ITEM TO BE EXEMPLIFIED EXAMPLE MARKER EXAMPLE
[1]   for instance  
[7] Segments    
[8]     laser

Focus J Giving an explanation or a definition

In the following sentences taken from the text on 'Printers', underline the part of the sentence which gives an explanation or definition, then circle the term which is being explained or defined.

1. There are two ways of printing: by impact (striking a character through a carbon, like a typewriter) or non-impact (photocopying, like an office copier).

2. All segments are aligned with one another, that is, all the 'A's, for example are in line.

3. Multiple copies of output are often required, and can be produced either by printing the report several times or by using multipart paper, which consists of layers of paper separated by carbon sheets.

Focus L Contrasting

Now read 'Printers' (Unit 16) again and, while reading, complete the

table below.

 

PARA CONTRASTIVE MARKERS ITEMS CONTRASTED
[1] but  
[6]   daisy wheel/matrix
[6] however  
[7]   line printers/others
[10] however  




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