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English File 1: Short Movies: Review & Check: 3 & 4 An American Police Officer

English File 1:   Short Movies; Review & Check #3 & 4:   An American Police Officer

 

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There are about 700,000/7,000 police officers in the United States.

 

They work for different kinds/types of police departments.

 

They work for state, city/town and county police forces.

 

These forces can be very big, like the New York State/City Police Department.

 

There are over 34,000/340,000 police officers in New York.

 

Scott Kenzil is a police officer in the borough of Allendale,  New/Old Jersey.

 

He works for/on the New Jersey State police.

 

It is a small police force, it has only 4,500/45,000 police officers.

 

Scott usually works during the day, but sometimes/often he works at night.

 

On a day shift, he starts work at/in 7 o’clock in/on the morning.

 

He works until/after 5 o’clock in/at the evening.

 

On a night shift, he starts at/on 9 o’clock in the evening, and works until 7 o’clock in/at the morning.

 

He usually/sometimes works 40 hours a week. 

 

Like all American police officers, Scott wears a special/cute uniform.

 

He keeps his uniform here, in his locker/backpack.

 

In the summer he wears black boots, black pants/underpants, a safety vest, and a black shirt.

 

In the winter, he wears the same clothes, but he has/have a warmer jacket.

 

Scott have/has a lot of equipment.

 

He wears/wear a radio so he can always be in contact with his command center.

 

He also carries/carry a baton, a gas spray, and a pair of handcuffs/gloves

 

Scott also carries a gun.   All/Every American police officers have guns.

 

Everyday, Scott leaves/leave the police station and go/goes on patrol.

 

He usually patrol/patrols in a black and white police car. Scott does/do a lot of work in his car.

 

He uses/use a computer and a radio.

 

Being a police officer is difficult, but there is/are a lot of variety.

 

Scott work/works in the office and out on patrol.

 

It’s also a very important/interesting job.

 

Everyday Scott catch/catches criminals and keep/keeps New Jersey safe.

 

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There are about 700,000 police officers in the United States.

 

They work for different kinds  of police departments.

 

They work for state, city  and county police forces.

 

These forces can be very big, like the New York City Police Department.

 

There are over 34,000 police officers in New York.

 

Scott Kenzil is a police officer in the borough of Allendale,  New  Jersey.

 

He works for  the New Jersey State police.

 

It is a small police force, it has only 4,500  police officers.

 

Scott usually works during the day, but sometimes he works at night.

 

On a day shift, he starts work at  7 o’clock in  the morning. He works until  5 o’clock inthe evening.

 

On a night shift, he starts at 9 o’clock in the evening, and works until 7 o’clock in the morning.

 

He usually works 40 hours a week. 

 

Like all American police officers, Scott wears a special uniform. He keeps his uniform here, in his locker.

 

In the summer he wears black boots, black pants, a safety vest, and a black shirt.

 

In the winter, he wears the same clothes, but he has a warmer jacket.

 

Scott has a lot of equipment. He wears a radio so he can always be in contact with his command center.

 

He also carries  a baton, a gas spray, and a pair of handcuffs 

 

Scott also carries a gun. All  American police officers have guns.

 

Everyday, Scott leaves the police station and goes on patrol. He usually patrols in a black and white police car. Scott does a lot of work in his car.

 

He uses a computer and a radio. Being a police officer is difficult, but there is a lot of variety. Scott works in the office and out on patrol.

 

It’s also a very important job.

 

Everyday Scott catches criminals and keeps New Jersey safe.

 

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