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ENGLISH FOR TOURISTS
topic: SAFETY/CRIME - What's wrong?
Choose the correct word to complete each of the following sentences:


1) I was (stolen/robbed).

2) Someone (stole/robbed) my passport.

3) That man (hit/swung) me.

4) We need an (ambulance/cart).

5) It's an (emergency/urgent)!

6) I'm going to call the (police/officer).

7) Leave me (lonely/alone) !

8) (Help/Assistance)!

9) Officer, could you (aid/help) me please?

10) Is it (safe/secure) to walk at night in this neighborhood?








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