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TEENS Unit 5 Crime

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    Unit 5
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  • We use the past perfect to indicate that an action happened ....... another one in the past.
    after
    before
    at the same time as
    I love pizza
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  • We form the past perfect with the past of .... followed by the past ..... of the main verb.
    be / ING-form
    have / perfect
    be / participle
    have / participle
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  • CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION
    When Dan had arrived, the film has already started.
    When Dan arrived, the film had started already.
    When Dan arrived, the film had already started.
    When Dan arrived, the film already started.
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  • CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION
    Anna had felt sick last night because she ate too much.
    Anna felt sick last night because she has eaten too much.
    Anna felt sick last night because she ate too much.
    Anna felt sick last night because she had eaten too much.
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  • CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION
    I had never seen him before.
    I had never saw him before.
    I never saw him before.
    I was never saw him before.
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  • CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION
    George didn't pass the exam, although he had studied hard.
    George hadn't passed the exam, although he studied hard.
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  • FINISH THE SENTENCE WITH THE PAST PERFECT: By the time we finished our dinner, ...
    x
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  • FINISH THE SENTENCE WITH THE PAST PERFECT: I was a bit suprised that they ...
    x
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  • FINISH THE SENTENCE WITH THE PAST PERFECT: Before they arrived at the English academy, they ...
    x
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  • FINISH THE SENTENCE WITH THE PAST PERFECT: When I got on the plane, I realised that ...
    x
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  • FINISH THE SENTENCE WITH THE PAST PERFECT: When I got home I realised that ....
    x
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  • This person sells dangerous substances to people to make money.
    drug dealer
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  • This person captures famous or rich people and asks for money.
    kidnapper
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  • These people break and destroy things like property.
    vandals
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  • These people take other people's cars and drive them usually really fast before they abandon them.
    joyrider
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  • These people believe they are fighting for a cause - they often use violence and shock tactics to promote their cause.
    terrorist
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  • These people target places where lots of money is stored. They often spend years planning a job and looking at ways to get into buildings.
    bank robber
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  • We use indefinite pronouns (someone, anything, somewhere, etc.) to talk about a .... person, thing, place, etc.
    beautiful
    strange
    non-specific
    specific
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  • I'd like to know ...... about this new phone.
    something
    anywhere
    anything
    someone
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  • ..... likes Jenny - she's really popular at school.
    everybody
    nobody
    anybody
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  • I can't understand ..... when I watch German TV programmes.
    anything
    something
    nothing
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  • I'd like to go .... new.
    someone
    somewhere
    anywhere
    something
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  • I've put my book ..... here - I just can't remember where.
    nowhere
    anywhere
    somewhere
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  • A ____ made perfect copies of the paintings and sold them online.
    forger
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  • Today I don't want to talk to ____
    nobody
    nothing
    anyone
    somebody
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  • I'm sure you'll meet ____ new soon.
    someone
    anyone
    no one
    anything
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  • Someone who breaks into your home and steals valuable things.
    a burglar
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  • Tiffany stole two shirts from Zara last week. She is a ___
    shoplifter
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  • When you commit murder it's likely that you'll be SENT TO PRISON for life.
    ran off
    turned in
    blown up
    locked up
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  • He REPORTED his neighbour to the police for animal cruelty.
    blew up
    told
    broke into
    turned in
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  • They tried to MAKE the door of the vault EXPLODE but they failed.
    blow up
    break into
    turn in
    hold up
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  • Some burglars ENTERED my apartment BY FORCE and stole my laptop and camera.
    blew up
    broke into
    gave into
    held up
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  • The robbers TOOK MONEY FROM a gas station using revolvers.
    locked up
    turned in
    held up
    ran off
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  • The robbers ESCAPED with all the money from the vault.
    blew up
    ran off
    broke into
    held up
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  • After getting off the bus, I ___ that I ___ my backpack on it!
    had realized / had left
    realized / had left
    had realized / left
    realized / lef
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  • How was your trip to Los Angeles? ______ before?
    Did you ever go
    Have you ever been
    Do you ever went
    Had you ever been
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  • Yesterday my neigbour ____ me that my dog _____ in front of her door.
    had told / pooped
    told / pooped
    told / had pooped
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