Learn some new idioms as you help Detective Bossley solve the case of the missing ring.
Students learn the format of the lesson series. A gap-fill introduction describes the crime, the setting, and the characters involved in "The Case of the Missing Ring."
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Detective Bossley interviews Ralph, the father of the bride. Idioms include "Bingo!", "reruns," and "empty nest." You will practice identifying word forms.
Lila, the mother of the bride, insists that she is not involved in the robbery. Idioms include "not a happy camper," "freeloader," and "get out of one's hair." You will practice tag questions.
Detective Bossley interviews the bride's twin brother. Why is this rich kid so broke? Idioms include "get back on one's feet" and "a pain in the neck."
Does the gardener have a motive for stealing the bride-to-be's ring? Detective Bossley investigates. Idioms include "down in the dumps" and "fat chance."
Is Maria really an angel, or could she be the thief? Detective Bossley has his suspicions. Idioms include "a good catch" and "drive someone bonkers."
Why would Emma's fiancé steal the ring? He loves her, doesn't he? Idioms include "not one's cup of tea" and "it all comes down to."
Detective Bossley interviews James, the sarcastic chef. Idioms include "last minute," "prized possession," and "hand-me-down."
Will the widow's alibi check out? Cynthia is very excited to chat with the celebrity detective. Idioms include "head over heels" and "to cut to the chase." It's time to make a prediction!
Emma is the last person on Detective Bossley's list. Would the bride-to-be sabotage her own wedding? Idioms include "tie the knot" and "partner in crime."
What is Emma's ulterior motive? Who is her partner in crime? The case is closed. Or is it?
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