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IX. Describe the crime scene closely to the text.



X. The Preliminari Investigation at the Scene by the Homicide Investigator. Describing the Scene.

A complete description of the dead body and the surrounding area, covering the following items, should be entered in the notebook of the investigator upon arrival.

1. Sex, appearance, age, build, colour of hair of the deceased and a description of the deceased clothing.

2. Evidence of injury and apparent cause of death.

3. Are the bloodstains wet or dry?

4. What is the condition of the body (lividity, rigor, etc.)?

5. Describe the colour of the blood (bright or brown).

6. Note any tears in clothing and evidence of gunshot or stab wounds.

7. Careful examination of the hands. Are there any wounds or a weapon.

8. Note whether or not there is any jewelry (rings, watches, gold chains, etc.). If there is no jewelry, make a negative notation. The defense has been known to resort to dirty tactics during trials. If they can make you appear like a thief to discredit your testimony, they will do it.

9. Describe the immediate surroundings.

a. the position of the body in relation to the articles in the room.

b. note doors, windows, furniture, etc.

10. If a weapon is nearby, take detailed notes. Do not handle.

11. Look for bullet holes or fired shells.

12.In poison or drug- overdose cases, note presence of drugs, bottles or glasses.

XI. Be ready to make up a description of the crime scene.

XII. Choose the correct tense form, observing the rules of sequence of tenses:

1. Peter said that he (need, needed, will need) our help.2. I thought you (wouldn’t like, won’t like, don’t like) the excursion.3. Rob believes that he (makes, will make, would make) good progress in science.4. I hope that the weather (becomes, will become, would become) better.5. Jim said that he (knows, knew, had known) how to drive a car.6. Jim could drive well because his parents (taught, had taught, would teach) him how to drive.7. We knew that he (likes, liked, had liked) detective stories.8. I don’t remember when we (met, had met, meet) last.

XIII. Make the actions in the following object clauses precede those of the principal clauses:

1. He said that he (to meet) this woman somewhere before.2. Nick says that the city (to make) a great impression on him.3. She didn’t know that you (to decide) to carry out this work.4. I say that I (to see) the new film.5. We were glad that you (to enjoy) your trip.6. They know that we (to prefer) to spend our day off in the country.7. He said that he (to carry out) already his research work.8. I hope that you (to be glad) to see him.

XIV. Transform the following simple sentences into complex one, using the sentences in brackets as the principal clause. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses:

1. Somebody has stolen his purse. (He did not notice). 2. She is not feeling very well. (She told the doctor). 3. We will come again next year. (We wrote them). 4. He doesn’t agree. (He told). 5. They have been waiting for him for ten minutes. (He did not know). 6. I have never been to Italy. (I told). 7. Jim hasn’t written for them for ages. (She knew). 8. I don’t like going to parties. (I told them). 9. They are working in the garden. (We were sure).

XV. Translate into English, observing the rules of the sequence of tenses:

1. Я сказав, що він щойно повернувся з відрядження.2. Він знав, що нічого особливого зі мною не трапилось.3. Йому здавалось, що вона глузує над ним.4. Слідчий пояснив свідкові, що це дуже небезпечний злочин.5. Він хвилювався, тому що не знав, чи сподобається їм його твір.6. Ми сподівались, що це буде дуже цікава зустріч.7. Він повідомив нам, що делегація прибуде сюди через дві години.

Unit 8

Text А: Fingerprints.

Text В: Networking..

Text С: Trafficking: Myth or Reality.

Grammar: Passive Voice

Present Indefinite Passive Voice

Past Indefinite Passive Voice

Future Indefinite Pasive Voice

Present Continuous Passive Voice

Past Continuous Passive Voice

Present Perfect Passive Voice

Past Perfect Passive Voice

Text A





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