FCE - Unit 4

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vandalismus - vandal

theft/stealing - thief

arson - arsonist

a burglar commits a burglary

a robber commits a robbery

a mugger commits mugging

a thief commits shoplifting


to steal from somewhere

to rob sby of sth (money)
         

to gather

the haul

to haul sth

to appreciate sth


we appreciate your urgent help in this matter / or your swift answer
         

to be genteel


the surveillance

surveillance cameras to observe the getaway of a thief
to be keen to do sth

to be keen on sth

to have a keen mind
         
to doff sth

to be affectionate

to divide sth




to prevent sth
         
to get across a topic

to get around a problem or
a rumour get around

to get at cheap products or
to get at the highest shelf

to get away (with stolen ...)

to get down (to work again)
don not let it get you down

to get back my possession

the average of ...

the average improves every year
         

to improve (considerably)


(suggestions for)improvements



reports consist of:

heading
introduction (subject, reason)
subheadings with negative, positive points & impressions)
summary with conclusion
recommendation









to dare

to browse s.o. belongings

with caution / gentle



         
physical appearence:

height
build
complexion
distinguishing feature
(birth mark, fringe, freckles)
Clothes:

glaring red trackpants
bright green jacket and
beneath
inconspicuous black shirt
he has got :

a scar
a beard
a moustache
a bald head


         
she is fairly/quite

thin, slim, well-built
plump, fat

with
straight, curly, wavy hair

Watchfulness:

the witness watchs out, if sone is loitering outside
to prevent more damage
due to crimes



an apron
a sleeve / sleeveless
slacks
collar
to belt with a belt
trousers
to vest in a vest
kerchief / shawl / scarf
         

I deny
holding up this bank

hold up a friendship

hold up everyone

he grapped / took a
hostage

and eventually
he bundled him


At the ambush/assault/raid

the police leads

the bespectacled hijacker
         
it is

daft
unlikely

sie ist timid
The sentence of the judge

was not rigorous

because he admitted
well-brought children doesn t wear their piece of clothing

heard-wearing

long-lasting
         
to hand in (some documents)

to hand on (flowers)

to hand out (a driving licence)

to hand over (a weapon)
when do you use the

PAST SIMPLE ?

when do you use

PAST CONTINOUS?
         
when do you use

PRESENT Perfect Simple?
when do you use

PRESENT Perfect Continous?
The lad did his best

He managed to win because of his determination and his
approach
         
to steal things from places/people
(the cueques were stolen from our hotel room)

to rob people of things
(he was robbed of his bag)


to steal things from places/people
(the cueques were stolen from our hotel room)

to rob people of things
(he was robbed of his bag)


you need not call me (no "to")

need not have called me


you did not need to call me
         
I will GET BACK TO you



to GET DOWN sby
Do not let it get you down

Will you GET BY this salary?

my car BROKE DOWN
she BROKE DOWN

to BREAK INTO a building
BREAK INTO pieces

He BROKE OFF in the middle of the sentence
to BREAK OUT OF the jail

BREAK THROUGH the barriers

to BREAK UP WITH

to BREAK UP into pieces
         
the acquirer
to acquire (by purchase)

the indian cuisine is an acquired taste
to tread (trod, trodden)

the tread (of a tire)
the tread / the step

to tread in s.ones footsteps

to tread on s.ones toes

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