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Texto:2)1. To commit a crime 2. Who are consistent and predictable

3. That people are complex beings that often defy expectations. 4) Readers of literary fiction develop an awareness that people are complex beings that often defy expectations. Readers become emotionally involved with the characters. 5)1. Take into account 4. Defy 2. Infer 5. Fight 3. Reinforces. 
VOCAB: 1)1. turn … up 5. Go on 2. Brought … up 6. Give … away                   3. Take … out 7. Put … down 4. back … up 8. Back up. 2)1. Trust him
2. Have space 3. We gave up our search 4. Be careful 5. Was caught in the end 6. Of value. 3)1. guilty 5. Turn … in 2. Raised 6. Released 3. Trial 7. Went on 4. Forced. 

VOCAB:1)1. Please turn up the volume. 2. Hold on your bag. 3. They dont have idea where they went. 4. It hurts my shoulder. 5. That’s why it was easy to steal. 6. He left his keys inside. 2)1. Might not turn up 2. Gave the suspect away 3. Bring up the burglary 4. Back me up  5. Must go on
6. Giving everything away 3)1. Grab 5. Fine 2. Appointment 6. Reassure
3. Scar 7. Guilty 4. Released.

GRAMMAR:1)1. Warned me not to approach the suspect 2. Ordered me to lock the door then 3. Admitted putting the jeans in his bag 4. Complained that there had been too many burglaries in their neighbourhood
5. Wondered where I had been the previous night 6. Asked Tom not to say anything to Mum 2)1. Had broken into 2. To admit 3. Would be wearing     4. Had remembered. 3)1. Not to say anything 2. To say the things he had been doing. 3. If it was safe to go back home 4. Not to walk at night in that neighbourhood 5. She had lied  6. Going home.

GRAMMAR: 1)1. Complained that she couldn’t do that then unless
everyone helped her 2. Asked how much money they had got away with
3. Warned us not to walk there alone at night 4. Claimed that he had been at home all evening with his wife 5. Refused to give out any details             6. Reminded me not to forget about my appointment the following morning. 2)1. To call us soon 2. Where I had been the day before 3. That there had been a lot of traffic 4. That the criminals would serve two years in prison 5. That he hadn’t been there at the time 6. That he had stolen the jewels. 3)1. Had waved 5. Putting 2. Hadn’t suspected 6. Had been reported
3. Were dealing 7. To become 4. Would have.

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