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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

32.

#1.The prisoner knew he had (7…)

#2.The boy denied (6…)

#3.Suddenly someone shouted, “Thief!” and (8…)

#4.Things started (9…)

#5.The sign says that all shoplifters (10…)

1) that he has had anything to do with this crime.

2) to come wrong.

3) will be persecuted.

4) the men quickly ran away.

5) done a mistake and would regret it.

6) that he had had anything to do with the murder.

7) made a mistake and would regret it all his life.

8) the man disappeared.

9) to go wrong.

10) will be prosecuted.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

33.

#1. I decided to buy a burglar alarm (3…)

#2. When Alan was stopped outside the supermarket (4…)

#3. As it was Ann's first offence she (5…)

#4. After climbing over the prison wall, Peter managed (2…)

#5. At the end of the trial Hilary was found (1…)

1) guilty and sentenced to six months in prison.

2) to get away by stealing a car parked nearly.

3) after someone had broken into my house and stole my stereo.

4) he ended up at the police station, charged with shoplifting.

5) was let off with only a warning.

6) after someone breaking into my house and stealing my video.

7) he ended up at the police station charged of shoplifting.

8) was letting off with only a warning.

9) to get around by cheating the policeman.

10) guilt and sentenced.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

34.

#1. The old people who live opposite (2…)

#2. My neighbours admitted denting my car but got away (…3)

#3. The bank at the end of the street was held (4…)

#4. Nobody saw Jack cheating and he got away (…5)

#5. The hijackers took fifteen people (1…)

1) hostage and demanded $1,000,000 from the authorities.

2) were taken in by a salesman who cheated them out of their money.

3) with only $50 damages.

4) up by two masked men last week.

5) with it, although everyone suspected what had happened.

6) were taken in by a salesmen who cheated them out of their money.

7) from justice.

8) up by two masked man last week.

9) with it, although suspecting everybody.

10) in prison for life sentence.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

35.

#1. This was one of the few crimes he (3…) 1.hostage on the plane.

#2. The hijackers are still holding twenty people (1…)

#3. He was charged (2…)

#4. The man jumped out of the window (4…)

#5. The police said there was no sign (5…)

1) hostage on the plane.

2) with a breach of currency regulations.

3) had not committed.

4) and committed suicide.

5) of a forced entry even though the house had been burgled.

6) did not do.

7) in prison.

8) of a breach of currency regulations.

9) and had committed suicide.

10) of nobody breaking into the house.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

36.

#1.The thieves scattered the papers all over the room (5…)

#2. The police caught the thief (3…)



#3. He was arrested for trying to pass (4…)

#4. Thieves got away (2…)

#5. The police asked if I thought I could (1…)

1) identify the man who stole

2) my car.

3) with a haul of jewelery worth thousands of pounds.

4) red-handed.

5) counterfeit notes at the bank.

6) while they were searching for the money.

7) having searched for the money.

8) when he had tried to escape.

9) his exam to the professor.

10) with a haul of crimes committed by them.

11) help the men who stole my car.

 


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