Unit 6 –detective stories

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  • 1. UNIT 6 –DETECTIVE STORIES VOCABULARY
  • 2. MATCH1) Arrest a) to enter a building by force2) Break into b) to see sth happen, esp. a crime.3) Accuse c) to think someone is guilty of a crime.4) Prove d) to catch a guilty.5) Suspect e) to show an evidence6) Witness f) to try to find out the truth of crime.7) Investigate g) not to be guilty of a crime.8) Innocent h) to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime9) Crime i) guilt.
  • 3. EVIDENCE
  • 4. TORCH
  • 5. MAGNIFYING GLASS
  • 6. WALLET
  • 7. FINGER PRINT
  • 8. FOOT PRINT
  • 9. BRACELET
  • 10. EARRINGS
  • 11. NECKLACE
  • 12. DIAMOND
  • 13. TREASURE CHEST
  • 14. DETECTIVE
  • 15. PRISON
  • 16. GUN
  • 17. SECURITY GUARD
  • 18. PIRATE
  • 19. GOLD
  • 20. THIEF / ROBBER
  • 21. JEWELLERY
  • 22. SUFFIXESAdjectives ending in “–ing” and “-ed” We use the suffix –ing to describe what something/ someone is like. We use the suffix –ed to describe how we feel. Examples:* The film was so boring. - * I find music interesting. *I found the story exciting. * I was so bored. * I am interested in music. * Peter is excited about the game.
  • 23.  Choose the appropriate adjective to complete the sentences.1. ______________ school kids will have to get help to improve their grades. (frustrated/ frustrating)2. I didn’t finish reading the story yesterday. I was so ______________. (tired/ tiring)3. Right now her future looks quite ____________.I don’t think she’ll get the job. (depressed/ depressing)4. I have so many students, so many classes... It’s very ____________. (confused/ confusing)5. They were really ______________ when they saw Mary at the door. (surprised/ surprising)6. She feels a lot more ______________ when her children get home. (relaxed/ relaxing)7. Japan is a ______________ country. (fascinated/ fascinating)
  • 24. “I’ll be very disappointed ifwe don’t win this match!”
  • 25. *Now choose a word and add a suffix to it to complete the sentences. You may have to make some changes . please – worry – shock –excite – delight – reward – bore - astonish 1. This is the most _____________ film I’ve ever seen! It couldn’t have been worst! 2. I find it _____________ that you didn’t like it! The argument was excellent! 3. I’m very _____________ with all the work we have done so far. 4. He was _____________ to see her. She was one of his best friends at school. 5. Being part of a Comenius Project was such a _____________ experience. 6. I’m not _____________about him. He takes good care of himself! 7. Dealing with drug addicts can be quite _____________. 8. The children were so ____________about the party!