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Read this article about a mystery weekend break for the B2 First Use of English Part 3 set at an upper intermediate level of English and what type of activities take place.

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B2 First Use of English Part 3 Set 5 (Mystery Weekend Break)

This B2 First Use of English Part 3 exercise consists of a text about a mystery weekend break in which there are 8 gaps. Each gap represents a missing word or phrase.

For questions 1-8 read the text. Use the word given in capitals in the text to form a word that fits in the gap.

Would you like to try something a bit (1) (USUAL)? Are you tired of doing things that you find (2) (BORE)? Then why not go on a murder mystery weekend?

On a murder mystery weekend, you become a (3) (DETECT). You assemble at a hotel with your fellow guests. (4) (SHORT) afterwards, one of the guests is found “murdered”. (5) (APPEAR) are not quite what they seem. Who are the real guests and who are the actors? You have to solve the mystery and find out who the (6) (MURDER). There will be a series of cleverly (7) (HIDE) clues to help you to do this, and you will have to use all your mental powers to work out who committed the (8) (SHOCK) crime.

These weekends are very popular, so it’s (9) (ADVISE) to book early, because (10) (RESERVE) fill up very quickly.


 

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