Our latest post dealt with Reported Speech and the words said and tell, and now we are moving on to other reporting verbs. When we use Reported Speech, we report someone’s words, which means the words have already been spoken. It might sound difficult but, in reality it is not that hard. (By the way, … Continue reading Reporting Verbs in Law Enforcement English 2.
Have you ever used Reported Speech in your police job? Do you have to make reports? In this article, we will cover some reporting verbs that we can use in Reported Speech, making our speech a bit more informative. We will begin with some revision of Reported Speech and then, in our next article, we … Continue reading Reporting Verbs in Law Enforcement English 1.
From July on, it has been ‘Serial Killers month’ because we have been busy making a new online course about serial killers and profiling. Oh, have you seen our new ‘Courses‘ section yet? If not, please do so, and make sure you are subscribed to our weekly newsletter. Because this week, you’ll get a small … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: 5 Myths about Serial Killers and Present Simple
In a previous post, we talked about questions formation (“when did it happen?”), which is a helpful way to question a witness or interrogate an offender. So far we have covered the QUASI word order. Now, let us take a look at the subject questions when we ask about the who and what.