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True False Not Given questions are considered to be the trickiest questions in IELTS Reading where candidates get confused a lot. Usually,...
02 May 2018
Complete the form below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy):
4 3 St.
Number of previous burglaries:
Time of apartment tenancy:
Number of occupants:
Entry point of burglar:
Details of lost property:
• Serial number of lost computer:
• Material of stolen purse:
|Type of crime reported:||robbery|
Note: The police mistakenly believes that her last name is Greg. However, Anna immediately corrects it. Therefore, “Greg” is an incorrect answer.
Note: The police officer only concerns Anna’s tenancy time in Ellendale, not UK. Therefore, “1 year” is an incorrect answer.
POLICE: Hello, London Police Department.
ANNA: Yes, I would like to report a robbery.
POLICE: Alright, just a minute while I pull up the form. OK, could you give me your first and last name?
ANNA: Anna Grieg.
POLICE: Anna, Greg? G-R-E-G?
ANNA: No, Grieg. G-R-I-E-G.
POLICE: Got it. Alright moving on: gender - female. Date of birth?
ANNA: 15th of March, 1980.
POLICE: Alright, thanks. Just a few more personal information questions and then we can address your claim.
POLICE: What is the address?
ANNA: 4 Ellendale St. That’s E-L-L-E-N-D-A-L-E.
POLICE: Oh right, Ellendale Street: Yeah we’ve had a lot of break-ins in that area lately. And the postal code?
ANNA: W5 2AT.
POLICE: And are you a citizen of the UK?
POLICE: Okay, what type of citizenship do you have?
ANNA: Well, I lived in the United States for most of my life, but I am actually of Grenadian nationality.
POLICE: Okay, so is that the country that issued your passport?
POLICE: And what is the crime you are reporting?
ANNA: I already said - a robbery!
POLICE: Oh, right. Sorry, this is about the hundredth robbery report I’ve filled out today. Have you had any prior break-ins?
ANNA: Um, in the building or just my flat? The unit below mine got broken into last year.
POLICE: No, just your flat.
ANNA: Oh - then no. Not here.
POLICE: Alright, let’s see here. Can you think of anything that was out of the ordinary around your building, or anyone who may have had reason to do this?
ANNA: No, it seemed like just a normal evening. I didn’t see anyone suspicious, and can’t think of anyone that would target me specifically.
POLICE: How long has this been your place of residence?
ANNA: Hm, let me think. I moved in on February 1, and it’s October, so it’s been about 8 months already. Wow, time flies!
POLICE: And that is just for Ellendale, yeah?
ANNA: Yes. I have lived in the UK for just over 1 year.
POLICE: I see. Can you give me the first and last name of all members of the household?
ANNA: Actually, I live alone.
POLICE: OK - so no other occupants. And can you give me a brief account of what happened?
ANNA: I left to go to a dinner party at 6 p.m., and when I returned at 11 I found the place ransacked and a lot of my things gone.
POLICE: Any sign of forced entry?
ANNA: Yes, the back door was wide open, and it looked like someone used a crowbar to force it open.
POLICE: I see. And just to be clear, was the door locked when you left?
ANNA: Of course!
POLICE: Hey, you would be surprised how many reports we get where people have failed to lock their doors. Now I need you to list any missing items valued above £200.
ANNA: So far I’m missing my computer, my purse with my wallet in it,
and the TV.
POLICE: OK. Let’s start with the computer. What is the estimated value?
POLICE: And what is the serial number?
POLICE: Thank you, and a visual description?
ANNA: It is a black 13-inch Pemdas Cloudbook. There is an Oxford sticker on the lid.
POLICE: OK, and could you give a description of the purse?
ANNA: Sure. It’s a Claude Frieda shoulder bag and the material is silver-colored cloth.
POLICE: Okay. That concludes my report. I’ll submit it and we’ll let you know of any developments.