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2012-12-25T17:00:07+02:00

Hamza's wife goes for the jeweler for a day. looks at all the jewelry and jewelry for his wife, one of the most beautiful in full when choosing a bank robber enters and hands above says this is a robbery. clerk immediately fills the bag. robber and the store owner just walks away from here immediately calls the detective, a detective after that first checks the fingerprints of all employees as a fingerprint clerk with a magnifying glass Have I looked at the salesperson. the clerk had a fingerprint fingerprints of all employees, but there were 2 persons fingerprint. 1 person gives a robbery, but robbery and ran to find the right camera to the computer and looked at the records of the offender knew that the maid.

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2012-12-25T17:08:17+02:00
TOPIC : DETECTIVE STORIES UNIT 6  PART A –  THE STORY OF THE STOLEN NECKLACE

 

 

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Identifying the main point of reports of events where the visual

supports the commentary.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday

material

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the

information required

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and

examples.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with

simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and past

activities

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short

sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited

competence and experience.

Speaking

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and

passing on straightforward factual information.

Asking and answering questions about past events and

activities.

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and

places

Telling a story or describing something in a simple list of points

Giving short basic descriptions of events and activities

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