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Mysteries. Journeys Theme 1, Focus on Genre 7 , Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams. Mysteries. Around the World in 20 Days. Idiomatic Phrases. interogation. evidence. criminal. detective. suspect. witness. Key Journey Vocabulary . interrogation

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mysteries

Mysteries

Journeys

Theme 1, Focus on Genre 7, Day 1

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • interrogation
    • Asking questions in order to find out information about a crime
  • evidence
    • Facts or signs that show the truth or that help someone make a conclusion
  • criminal
    • A person who has committed a crime
  • detective
    • A person who tries to solve a crime
  • suspect
    • A person thought to be guilty of a crime
  • witness
    • A person who sees or hears something
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Mysteries

Journeys

Theme 1, Focus on Genre 7, Day 2

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Key Journey Vocabulary

  • interrogation
    • Asking questions in order to find out information about a crime
  • evidence
    • Facts or signs that show the truth or that help someone make a conclusion
  • criminal
    • A person who has committed a crime
  • detective
    • A person who tries to solve a crime
  • suspect
    • A person thought to be guilty of a crime
  • witness
    • A person who sees or hears something