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UNIT 6 –DETECTIVE STORIES    VOCABULARY
MATCH1) Arrest        a) to enter a building by force2) Break into    b) to see sth happen, esp. a crime.3) Accuse        ...
EVIDENCE
TORCH
MAGNIFYING GLASS
WALLET
FINGER PRINT
FOOT PRINT
BRACELET
EARRINGS
NECKLACE
DIAMOND
TREASURE CHEST
DETECTIVE
PRISON
GUN
SECURITY GUARD
PIRATE
GOLD
THIEF / ROBBER
JEWELLERY
SUFFIXESAdjectives ending in “–ing” and “-ed” We use the suffix –ing to describe what  something/ someone is like. We us...
 Choose the appropriate adjective to complete the   sentences.1. ______________ school kids will have to get help to   im...
“I’ll be very disappointed ifwe don’t win this      match!”
*Now choose a word and add a suffix to it to complete  the sentences. You may have to make some changes                   ...
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Unit 6 –detective stories

  1. 1. UNIT 6 –DETECTIVE STORIES VOCABULARY
  2. 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. 3. EVIDENCE
  4. 4. TORCH
  5. 5. MAGNIFYING GLASS
  6. 6. WALLET
  7. 7. FINGER PRINT
  8. 8. FOOT PRINT
  9. 9. BRACELET
  10. 10. EARRINGS
  11. 11. NECKLACE
  12. 12. DIAMOND
  13. 13. TREASURE CHEST
  14. 14. DETECTIVE
  15. 15. PRISON
  16. 16. GUN
  17. 17. SECURITY GUARD
  18. 18. PIRATE
  19. 19. GOLD
  20. 20. THIEF / ROBBER
  21. 21. JEWELLERY
  22. 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. 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. 24. “I’ll be very disappointed ifwe don’t win this match!”
  25. 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!

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