We know that phrasal verbs can be a pain in the…neck. Not to mention that some of them have several meanings and it makes the life of a language learner more complex. Especially, if you are a learner of ESP (English for Special Purpose). That is why we have compiled a list of … Continue reading 33 Phrasal Verbs for Law Enforcement
This week’s newsletter – if you haven’t subscribed yet, don’t miss the chance – deals with THERE IS / THERE ARE grammar with the illustration of Jeffrey Dahmer’s infamous 213 apartment. How he ended up here is dramatized in My Friend Dahmer to which you can find a worksheet with VOCABULARY and a READING exercise … Continue reading WORKSHEET: ‘My Friend Dahmer Trailer’ – with KEY
In 2015, this website was created to promote my book and then, later on, it turned out to be more: the website has had many looks – and will have more, I am sure – and has been providing some materials that balance between English teaching … Continue reading The Guide to Teaching Law Enforcement English
Tonight is going to be exciting and to pay respect to one of my favorite shows, Twin Peaks, you can download a worksheet about the launch of its third season airing tonight!
This is a cheat sheet that you can use for describing people – filled with phrases for especially the police.
In both PDF and ePub formats you can buy The Guide to Teaching Law Enforcement English. This book would like to mark the importance of Police English or English for Special and Law Enforcement Purposes and thus, provides materials on different areas, such as CSI, serial killers, cybercrime or terrorism.
For your Kindle, or other e-devices, David Webb’s Criminal Profiling: An Introductory Guide is available as a free download on Amazon.