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Inspector: What did you do after dinner yesterday evening?
Barbara: After dinner? I __________ with Gordon, and then _________ to bed.
I: what time was that?
B: It was about ________. I remember, I looked at my watch.
I: Did you hear anything in ________ room?
Interviewer: Good morning and thank you for coming, Mr. Morton – or should it be Inspector Morton – you __________ with Scotland Yard, __________?
Inspector Morton: Yes, that’s right. For 25 year. I ___________.
Interviewer: People today are still fascinated by the identity of Jack the ripper, over 130 years after the crimes were committed. It’s incredible, isn’t it?
Inspector Morton: Well, it’s not that surprising. People are always interested in unsolved murders – and Jack the Ripper has become a sort of ____ horror figure.
Interviewer: So what can you tell us about some of the new theories about his identity?
Inspector Morton: Well a recent new theory was _____ by a crime historian called Jan Bondeson. He thinks that Jack the ripper was a Dutch sailor.
Student 1: Where’s my milk? It’s not here.
Student 2: I haven’t seen it. You must have finished it.
S1: I definitely didn’t finish it. I was keeping a bit for my cereal this morning. One of you _____ used it.
S3: It can’t have been me. I only drink my soya milk. Could you have drunk it last night and then forgotten?
Doctor: Hello again, Mr. Payne. What’s the problem this time?
Mr. Payne: Doctor, I ________ well for a few days. I have been coughing a lot and I keep getting headaches. I have a temperature today.
Doctor: what have you been taking for the headaches?
Time is Up!