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Review 6: Units 11 and 12.

A Use the word in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. Stop Press 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 C 19 20 21 22 Frank Turner, the ____________________ in a trial that has attracted national attention, was today convicted of murder. The police ____________________ lasted for a year and during the trial over 100 hours of ___________________ were heard. Turner's _________________ had all argued that he was not in the area at the time, but could not provide the necessary ____________________. Police described Turner as a well-known _____________________ who was responsible for many ____________________ in the local region. This is not Turner's first __________________. Seven years ago, he was found guilty of __________________ and served three years in prison. The judge is expected to sentence Turner to a period of _______________________ later this week. Match to make sentences. I heard that they're going to bring Police are appealing for members of the public to come Nobody was convinced when the man claimed the gun had gone The policewoman started to take Lots of old people have been taken Peterson was found guilty of holding Many people get The policeman decided to let Shaun ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ a) off accidentally in his hand. b) away with serious crimes every day. c) in by this trick and have lost a lot of money. d) forward with any information they feel might be useful. e) up the bank and was sentenced to five years in prison. f) off this time, but told him that he wouldn't be so lucky next time. g) in a law banning smoking in public places. h) down everything I was saying and I knew I was in serious trouble.
ACCUSE INVESTIGATE EVIDENT LAW PROVE THEFT ROB CONVICT FORGE PRISON

Complete the second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between two and five words. Police said there hadn't been a crime as bad as this in over ten years. Some people don't respect the law. The laws in some countries are so strict that people have very little freedom. The girl was too young to go to prison. the have such old Police described it ____________________________________________over ten years. Some people ________________________________________________the law. Some countries _____________________________________people have very little freedom. The girl _______________________________________________to go to prison.

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The witness thought I was the thief, but realised that she was wrong. Nobody in the country knows the law as well as Mr Parkhurst. There have been so many robberies lately that people are afraid. Even though we weren't old enough, we managed to get into the night club. The judge told the jury to consider the man's past life.

for than such too account

The witness ________________________________________, but realised that she was wrong. Mr Parkhurst knows the law _____________________________________in the country. There have been _______________________________robberies lately that people are afraid. Even though we ________________________________, we managed to get into the night club. The judge told the jury to __________________________________the man's past life. Choose the correct answer. 28 29 30 I had _____ a bad time in prison that I never want to go there again. a) too b) so c) such One problem is that we don't have _____ officers on the streets. a) so a lot of b) too many c) enough I can't get a car yet because I'm not _____ to drive. a) enough old b) quite old c) so old d) quite d) such many d) old enough d) little common enough d) to

31 Some crime seems to be _____ in this country than in others. a) much less common b) the least common c) too little common 32 33 34 Police blamed the robberies _____ a local gang. a) with b) on c) for

My grandma says there was _____ a lot of crime when she was young that nobody trusted anybody else. a) too b) so c) such d) quite It became _____ as I walked home and I began to get slightly nervous. a) enough dark b) such dark c) quite dark The prisoner knew he had _____ a mistake and would regret it forever. a) got b) taken c) done The boy _____ that he had had anything to do with the break-in. a) refused b) denied c) objected d) so dark enough

Choose the correct answer. 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 d) made d) rejected

Suddenly, someone shouted, Thief! and the man quickly _____ on a motorbike. a) took in b) made off c) came forward d) handed in Do you have _____ to take that bicycle? a) allowance b) exception c) willingness d) permission d) reason

He said it was an accident, but I know he did it on _____. a) purpose b) aim c) goal

Things started to _____ wrong for the robbers when the alarm went off. a) take b) have c) go d) come The sign says that all shoplifters will be _____. a) persecuted b) disproved c) prosecuted d) prohibited