TAILIEUCHUNG - Start reading - 6

Tham khảo sách 'start reading - 6', tài liệu phổ thông, tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | start OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Mr. Kapax and the Big Rock Diamonds are many different colours. Most diamonds are yellow or brown but the most valuable diamonds have no colour - they are called white diamonds. The biggest white diamond in the world is the Big Rock diamond. There is no other diamond like the Big Rock belongs to the Princess of Kazenia Princess Cara. Two years ago Princess Cara went on holiday. She went on a trip on one of the biggest most comfortable ships in the world called the Queen Elizabeth 2 or the . Sốetook all her jewels with her. . . even the famous Big Rock diamond. The ship s police checked the passports of all the passengers arriving at the ship in the harbour. One passenger was different from all the others a tall man with black hair and a long moustache. He had a black patch over his left eye. I know that face. That man has a false moustache one of the young policemen said quietly. He took a photograph of the tall man and sent it by computer to the main police offices in London. An hour later the telephone rang in Inspector Smith s office in London. Inspector a voice said. Mr. Kapax is here in England. He s on the . Princess Cara of Kazenia is a passenger on the ship too and she s got the Big Rock diamond with her. Kapax Mmm. Very interesting said Inspector Smith. Thanks. He put the phone down and sat for a minute thinking. Then he picked up two small police radios put them in the pocket of his coat and left his office quickly. Two hours later he was on the . The big ship was getting ready 45 to leave the harbour later that night. Inspector Smith found the Princess s cabin. He knocked on the door and her secretary opened it. He showed the secretary his police card and the 50 secretary took him to the Princess. TAeytalked together for ten minutes. Then Inspector Smith left the Princess and went to the cabin next door. He switched on his little police radio and 55 listened. . . three . . four. . five

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