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By Philip Prowse

This can be an Intermediate point tale in a sequence of ELT readers comprising a variety of titles - a few unique and a few simplified - from glossy and vintage novels, and designed to attract all age-groups, tastes and cultures. The books are divided into 5 degrees: Starter point, with approximately three hundred uncomplicated phrases; newbie point (600 simple words); hassle-free point (1100); Intermediate point (1600); and higher point (2200). many of the titles also are on hand on cassette.

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No, thank you,' said Peter, with a laugh. ' Jeff walked out to the door with Peter and told the man at the door to drive Peter back to his lorry in the big car. Peter got into the car and the car drove off fast down the street. 7 John Learns a Lesson Meanwhile, John and Susan were sitting in the cinema. They were sitting close together and John had his arm around Susan. The film wasn't very good but they were both enjoying it. Then the film stopped and the lights came on. It was the interval.

He began to wonder what had happened. Suddenly, two men walked up to him. I wonder what they want, thought John. Perhaps they want to ask the way. 'John Stevens,' the first man said. 'I am Detective Inspector Shaw. ' They were policemen. John looked around to see if he could escape, but the second policeman put his hand on John's shoulder. 40 'Don't try to run away,' said the policeman. ' The policemen took John outside the railway station, where there was a police car waiting. They put John into the back seat and Detective Inspector Shaw got in beside him.

Someone else must have given you money to tell the police where John was. ' Bob Steel looked at the floor and didn't reply. Peter went on. 'I think that the person who paid you to tell the police where John was must have had a reason. I think he must have had a good reason to want to see John arrested by the police. ' Bob Steel shook his head. ' 'Well, I do,' said Peter. 'I think the person who paid you money to get John arrested was the murderer. Now, tell me the name of the person who paid you.

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