Agatha Christie's Mystery Solved

Past Continuous

Affirmative

I was dancing
You were dancing
He was dancing
She was dancing
It was dancing
We were dancing
You were dancing
They were dancing

Negative

I wasn't dancing
You weren't dancing
He wasn't dancing
She wasn't dancing
It wasn't dancing
We weren't dancing
You weren't dancing
They weren't dancing

Interrogative

Was I dancing?
Were you dancing?
Was he dancing?
Was she dancing?
Was it dancing?
Were we dancing?
Were you dancing?
Were they dancing?

Alibi Game

1. Tell the story of a murder that happened last night at 7 pm
(Last night at around 7 pm a teacher was murdered in the school yard. All the students in the school are suspects. The motive was a bad grade that the teacher might have given them.)

2. Make pairs of a suspect and a detective Hercule Poirot

3.  The suspects must think of an alibi for the evening and the detectives should find out where the suspects were, what were they doing and if there was someone else to testify that. The detectives should make a report.

Date:
Suspect's name:
Alibi: Where was she/he at 7 pm? What was he/she doing?  
Who can testify:

4. Make an imaginary courtroom with a judge, lawyers and jury

5. Bring the suspects to the court one by one and let the lawyers make a crisscross examination.

5. Bring the suspects to the court one by one and let the lawyers make a crisscross examination.