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Detectives and crimes (Reading B)
How to identify objects from a description? How does we develop our logical thinking?
Can you find out the truth? Can you find those unreal things in Michaels painting?
helicopter mobile phone walkman roller skate speedboat TV aerial double- decker bus zebra crossing underground station
Detectives Ken has asked Michael and Andrew some questions. But therere five differences between their stories. Can you find them out?
empty ['empti] adj., Empty full Is the bottle full or empty?
_____________ an empty box an empty glass
rather rather adv.
rather ______ ______ weather, She was _______ ________ with his unkind words. rather cold rather unhappy
The differences between Michaels and Andrews stories MichaelAndrew 1We met at my flat. We met at the underground station. 2We met at_________. 3 We went by _____ and then walked. We went by ____ and then walked. 4The cinema was ________.The cinema was ___________. 5 We sat ___________ the cinema. We sat ____________. 5:30 p.m.4:30 p.m. quite full underground bus at the back of rather empty at the front
1. at the back of …… She stands at the back of the classroom. There is a blackboard at the back of the classroom. 2. at the front (of) …… Shorter children sit at the front, please. I often sat at the front of the meeting room. 3. by underground
Homework 1.Copy the new words from deny to rather. 2. Preview Reading A. 3. CD level read the new words to the teacher on Monday.