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UNIT 9

9A Vocabulary and listening, Crimes and criminals, page 84

Exercise 1

4 

b 5 

c 2 

d9 

e

f 8

 

Exercise 2

1 arsonist 

2 burgle 

3 drug dealer 

4 joyrider

5 mugging

6 shoplifter 

7 rob 

8 theft

9 vandalize 

10 murderer

 

Exercise 4

1 robbery 

2 drug dealing 

3 arson 

4 vandalism

5 shoplifting 

6 murder

 

Exercise 5

1 robbed 

2 questioned 

3 set 

4 broke 

5 stole

6 arrested

 

9B Grammar, Past perfect, page 85

Exercise 1

The man stole a cash machine from a shipping centre.

 

Exercise 2

The verbs in blue happened before the man walked out of the shopping centre.

 

Exercise 3

before

 

Exercise 4

1 had stolen 

2 had run away 

3 had smashed 

4 had caught 

5 had gone 

6 had been

 

Exercise 5

1 had stolen 

2 hadn't seen 

3 had taken 

4 had pulled

5 had hidden 

6 hadn't noticed 

7 had happened

 

9C Culture, Outlaws, page 86

Exercise 2

1 He probably lived in the thirteenth century.

2 The king at that time was King Richard.

3 He lived in Sherwood Forest.

 

Exercise 3

1 d

2 a

3 e

4 b

 

Exercise 4

1 army 

2 evidence 

3 struggled 

4 ruler 

5 outlaws 

6 injustice

 

Exercise 5

1 T

2 F; Kevin thinks it's better to steal from big organization than from small shops and ordinary people.

3 F: Jill's friend thinks it is wrong to steal,

4 T

5 T

6 F: Andy doesn't feel bad about underpaying in the restaurant.

 

9D Grammar, Reported speech, page 87

Exercise 1

Mark did not steal the bag. The police officer did not believe him.

 

Exercise 2

1 He told Mark that he could have the bag.

2 The police officer told Mark that she was arresting him.

3 She said that Mark had stolen the bag.

4 Mark replied that he was innocent.

5 The officer said that criminals always pretended they hadn't done anything wrong.

 

Exercise 4

L b 

2 b 

3 a 

4 a 

5 b

 

Exercise 5

2 Freya said that she didn't want to watch a film.

3 Freya said that she was going to ring Lesley.

4 Freya said that she couldn't find her mobile.

5 Freya said that she could borrow her mum's phone.

6 Freya said that her mum didn't have Lesley’s number on hеr phone.

7 Freya said that she was going to Lesley’s house.

 

Exercise 6

2 The security guard said that he wanted to catch the shoplifter.

3 She said that the police had arrested a vandal,

4 The police inspector said that it was difficult to catch drug dealers.

5 The police officer said that they were questioning two teenagers about the burglary.

6 He said that he sometimes went joyriding with his friends.

7 She said that the police were looking for the bank robbers.

8 My brother said that a boy in his class had vandalised a park bench.

 

9E Reading, High-tech crime, page 88

Exercise 2

A

В 4 

C 2 

D 3

 

Exercise 3

A 

2 В 

3 D 

4 D 

5 A 

6 C 

7 B 

8 C

 

Exercise 4

1 cash 

2 bank 

3 personal 

4 pass 

5 PIN 

б computer

7 junk

 

9F Everyday English, Reporting a theft, page 90

Exercise 1

The picture is in a police station. The girl is talking to a police officer. She's probably reporting a crime and the police officer is taking details.

 

Exercise 2

The situation is formal because the police officer and Sally use very polite language.

 

Exercise 4

1 mind 

2 Could 

3 if 

4 ask 

5 May 

Could you describe the rucksack, please?

If you could just fill in this form, please...

 

Exercise 5

1 a 

2 b 

3 b

 

Exercise 6

1 b  

2 a 

3 a 

4 b

 

9G Writing, Art email, page 91

Exercise 1

1 friend. Millie and Lisa do not live in the same house so they are probably not sisters. The email is too informal for Millie to be Lisa's teacher.

2 informal. The email is informal because the language is very colloquial and there are also abbreviations.

 

Exercise 2

a 7 

b 1 

c 6 

d 2 

e 5

6 4 

g 3

 

Exercise 3

1 a guy 

2 shot 

3 nicked 

4 bunch 

5 yelling 

6 LOL

7 reckon 

8 BFN 

9 What are you up to?

 

Exercise 4

1 I was walking down Fore Street.

2 a guy suddenly shot out. ..he'd stolen some very expensive watches.

3 It was awesome...the teenage boys will get a reward.

 

Get Ready for your Exam 5, page 92-93

Exercise 2

1 T

2 T

3 F: They mainly eat seals.

4 F: Climate change is the biggest threat to polar bears.

5 F:The ice started to decrease in the 1970s.

6 F: Polar bears die because they cannot swim the increased distances.

7 F: There are only 20-25,000 polar bears left in the Arctic.

 

Exercise 4

charity, politician, leaflets, march, petition

 

Exercise 6

1 volcanic 

2 electricity 

3 polluting 

4 recycling

5 Environmental 

6 destruction 

7 approximately

 

Exercise 7

1 original 

2 forgery 

3 art collector 

4 style 

5 painting

 

Exercise 8

1

2 В 

3 G 

4 F 

5 D 

6 A

 

Exercise 9

1 canteen, clothes, food, guard, prison, prisoner, punish, queue, uniform

2 clothes, food, free, happy

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