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Wordlist

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Look at the pictures and guess the words

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commit suicide
commit suicide

 

victim
victim

 

mansion
mansion

 

will
will

 

debt
debt

 

adopted child
adopted child

 

charity
charity

 

maid
maid

 

go bankrupt
go bankrupt

 

inheritance
inheritance

 

to be in charge of
to be in charge of

 

get divorced
get divorced

 

in case
in case

 

lover
lover

 

suspect
suspect

 

clue
clue

 

poisoned
poisoned

 


There’s somebody calling you. Pick up the phone and listen.

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Good evening, Madam.

Today we found a body of a dead woman in Port-Royale. Most probably somebody killed her, because she was the richest lady in the city. You’ve probably heard her name, it is Mrs. Red, she was quite famous. It is a big case, so we need the best detective. I know that it’s late, but we need to work fast, while the killer is still in the mansion. All of the people who were in the mansion this evening are here and we are waiting for you to come and help us. We need to find and punish the killer until 6 a.m.!

Would you like to come and help us?


Good evening, sir.

Today we found a body of a dead woman in Port-Royale. Most probably somebody killed her, because she was the richest lady in the city. You’ve probably heard her name, it is Mrs. Red, she was quite famous. It is a big case, so we need the best detective. I know that it’s late, but we need to work fast, while the killer is still in the mansion. All of the people who were in the mansion this evening are here and we are waiting for you to come and help us. We need to find and punish the killer until 6 a.m.!

Would you like to come and help us?


1. What’s the victim’s name?

2. Where is the killer now?


While you’re driving, listen to the case background

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1. What happened to Mrs. Red?

2. Which information do you need to tell me?

Listen to the key facts about the victim

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Mrs Elizabeth Red, Victim

An impressive woman in her 30s. She was a daughter of one of the richest men in Port-Royale. She enjoyed her life and was energetic, charming and extremely beautiful. Miss Red got married when she was young and as it turned out this marriage was a huge mistake. Her favorite things in life were expensive cars, elegant jewelry and glamorous dresses. She was in charge of everything in the mansion since her dad went into coma which happened 2 years ago. Despite being frivolous, Miss Red was clever and good at business.


1. Was she married? Was she married happily?

2. What did she like?

3. What happened to her father?

4. What was she like?


Listen to the key facts about the victim’s father

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Mister Steven White, Victim’s father

His wife died soon after the marriage and he was in charge of raising 2 children Elizabeth and Christopher. His daughter reminded him of his beloved wife, so he treated her like a real queen and loved her very much. He has been in coma for 2 years and doctors say that he is going to die soon and his children will get his money as an inheritance.


1. What was his relationship with Mrs.Red?

2. Who will get his money if he dies?

Open the cards one by one and listen to the key facts about each suspect

Give a summary about the suspects

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1. Who do you think the killer is?

2. What could be their motives?


Come into the mansion and look at the clues


Choose a room

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Choose which part of the room to search first. You need to search all of them

Choose which part of the room to search first. You need to search all of them



Choose which part of the room to search first. You need to search all of them

Clara's room


Choose which part of the room to search first. You need to search all of them

Mrs Pink's room


Past Simple


Rank the suspects in the chart. Choose two of them to question.

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Suspects | Your opinion


Choose the first person to question

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Arrest the killer. Explain why.


The killer is…

Missis Clara Green
Missis Clara Green

 

Miss Mary Pink
Miss Mary Pink

 


Listen and check if you are right

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Now you can

1. Talk about crimes.

2. Interview people using the Past Simple.

3. Use these words:

Wordlist

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Answer the riddles

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Read the puzzle and complete the sentences

  1. Mark doesn’t travel by boat.
  2. Nick doesn’t travel by plane.
  3. Laura doesn’t travel by car or by train.
  4. Marlene doesn’t go by car or by bus.
  5. Nick and Marlene don’t travel by train.
  6. Roberto and Mark don’t travel by bus.
  7. Roberto doesn’t travel by boat or by car.
  8. Laura and Roberto do not travel by plane.
  9. Mark doesn’t travel by plane.
  10. Laura doesn’t travel by boat.

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This is the world famous Einstein puzzle. Read the sentences and try to solve it

There are five people living on the same street. From left to right their house numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. All the people have different pets, different nationalities, different hobbies and favourite drinks. Their houses are different colours.

  • The British man lives in the red house.
  • The Swedish man has a dog.
  • The Danish man drinks tea.
  • The German plays football.
  • The man in the green house drinks coffee.
  • The person who plays baseball has a bird.
  • The person who plays basketball lives next to the one who keeps a cat.
  • The Norwegian lives in the first house.
  • The person who plays the violin drinks beer.
  • The man in the yellow house plays the piano.
  • The person in the center house drinks milk.
  • The person who keeps a horse lives next to the one who plays the piano.
  • The green house is the next house on the left of the white house.
  • The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.
  • The person who plays basketball lives next to the one who drinks water.

Can you guess who owns a fish?

On the far left, at the start of the street stands house number 1. It is . A man lives there. He has a and he drinks a lot. He likes to play .

Second house is . A man lives there with his . He drinks . He plays .

House number three is in the middle and it's . It is home to a man/ He has a and likes to drink . He plays .

The fourth house is . A man lives there. He has a . He drinks and plays .

The fifth house is on far right and is . It belongs to a man, who has a . He like to drink . He plays .


 

Урок Homework Курс
  • Introduction
  • The call
  • The victim and her father
  • The suspects
  • Suspects (opt.)
  • The mansion
  • Mr White's room
  • Robert Red's room
  • Clara Green's room
  • Ms. Pink's room
  • Suspects 2
  • You are close!
  • It's time to arrest the killer
  • Congratulations!
  • Riddles 2
  • The transport puzzle
  • The Einstein puzzle