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Page 74-75: Lets read and look at difficult expressions and vocabulary Discuss in pairs based on the questions on page 74 Work on the vocabulary on page 76 ? Home work Monday 7.10.
The robber: I did want to hit him, but I did I just did, what I had to do I smashed a flower pot on his head After I was arrested, all I felt was a big sense of relief I was going back to a place I knew well
The victim: ”If he´s got a knife, he could kill me”, I thought We kind of fought with each other I managed to hold him until…. It was only after……the police asked, if I am OK.
Vocabulary 1 stop dead stop dead in one´s tracks scruffy obvious passer-by addict in and out of jail explode ruin life scream pysähtyä, pysäyttää siihen paikkaan pysähtyä siihen paikkaan pelosta tai yllätyksestä suttuinen, nuhruinen epäsiisti ilmiselvä ohikulkija väärinkäyttäjä, koukussa vaihtelevasti vankilassa make an emotional outburst tuhota elämä huutaa, kiljua
Vocabulary 2 I got through himgot through him Fig. to make someone understand something; to get something through someone's thick skull. Why don't you try to understand me? What do I have to do to get through to you? Can anybody get through, or are you just stubborn? he looked stunnedstunned stunned by his sudden death feel relieved fears disappeared change in him was amazing stay in touch be delighted feel lucky bunp into someone be frightened hurt someone theft : (varkaus) theft : A criminal act in which property belonging to another is taken without that person's consent. burglary: (murto, murtovarkaus) burglary: The criminal offense of breaking and entering a building illegally for the purpose of committing a crime. fraud (petos, rötös) fraud