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Usual suspects!
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Usual suspects!


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Get ready

1
Read the question: "Can you solve a murder case?". Write down the auxiliary, the subject, the verb and the noun.

Auxiliary: 
Subject: 
Verb: 
Noun: 

2
Transform these words (into nouns, adverbs,etc…) to complete the sentences.

a) The victim (usual) knows the killer.
b) His behaviour was very (suspicion) yesterday.
c) We found a (solve) to our problem.
d) The policewoman arrested the (murder)  this morning.

3
Fill in the mindmap.

Who? How?
Crime
Where? Why?




4
Check with this chart what you already know.

Today, can you… Prove it! 🙂 🙁
talk about a past event?
After I discovered the crime scene
describe a picture?
On the crime scene, there was
discuss the consequences of past events?
He killed the victim, so
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Observe and listen

1
Look at the picture and match the stickers with the elements in the picture related to them. Then, listen to the audio guide and check your answers.

Graphique lié à l'exercice 2


Audio guide

    Christmas time (three different clues)
    Winter time (one clue)
    Crime scene (two clues)





    2
    Look at the presents. One is open: what does it contain?



    3
    Guess what happened. Make three hypotheses.



    4
    Do you know who wrote Murder on The Orient Express and And Then There Were None?

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    Let’s have fun

    1
    Listen to the audio. Which words contain /ɜː/, as in “murder”? Tick the correct answers.


    M is for Motive

    U is for Unsafe

    R is for Rifle

    D is for Die

    E is for Escape

    R is for Remorseless

    S is for Solve




    Acrostic: "Murders"


















    2
    Name other words containing this sound.

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