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Grammar
The Passive
Use the passive to put the focus on an action, rather than who did the action.
The passive is formed with be (any tense) + past participle.
The crime was committed early in the morning.
The murder weapon has been found.
The murderer will be brought to justice.
To include who did the action, use the preposition by.

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The burglar was arrested by the police.
Note: Newspapers often use the passive to report crime stories.
Past Perfect and Past Perfect Progressive
We use the past perfect to talk about an activity or event that was completed before another
activity or event in the past.
Reiko had forgotten to lock the door before she left the house.

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The criminal had already escaped by the time the police arrived.
We use the past perfect progressive when the activity was in progress at the time another
activity or event happened in the past.
Juan had been getting cash from the ATM when he was mugged.
The driver had been swerving between lanes when the police officer stopped him.

Quick Check eQ
A. Vocabulary. Match the words with their meanings.

_ decline

_ unauthorized

_ to abandon

_ inmate

_ misdemeanor

_ hijack

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B. Comprehension. Answer true or false.

_ Credit Card Thief Signs Own Name
talks about a prisoner breaking out
of prison.

_ Credit Card Thief Signs Own Name
reports the story of a credit card theft.

_ Criminals with Big Plans, Small Car is
about a hijacking and a robbery.

_ Criminals with Big Plans, Small Car
tells the story of robbers who did not
prepare well for their crime.

_ The Impatient Inmate reports on

a robbery.
2 Pair Work
Think of a crime story that you heard or read about in the news. Tell your partner about it,
explaining the details.
a. without permission
b. to leave or give up
something
c. to refuse
d. a minor crime
e. to take control of
a moving vehicle
by force
f. a prisoner

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