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1 Noticing him across the room, g
2 Around midnight, I heard the car
3 That guy speaking
4 Not having been there myself,
5 Having gorged myself on chocolate,
6 Any buildings damaged by the storm
7 All the restaurants were packed with
8 Vertigo was the film
a I couldn’t possibly comment.
b I felt sick to my stomach.
c will be assessed for insurance purposes.
d tourists eating the local speciality.
e selected by most critics as the best ever.
f is my dad.
g I went over to introduce myself.
h coming slowly down the lane.
Brushing- frightened -crackling -having completed- sensing- waiting- having taken- pausing- looking -having considered
1 Having taken off his overcoat, the detective strolled into the drawing-room 2 calm and con dent. The guests were sitting quietly, 3 for his explanation of the terrible incidents. 4 for a second, he looked around the room. All was quiet except for the sound of the re 5 in the replace. 6 some invisible dust off his sleeve, he began to talk. ‘One person in this room saw the murder, but 7 by what they saw, refuses to speak.’ 8 he had the attention of the room, he continued. ‘Everyone in this room had a motive to kill Sir Ralph but, 9 all the evidence, I now know for sure who did it.’ 10 his opening speech, he turned to Melissa …
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