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1)The following morning he is very polite to the old man and continues to carry out his duty asking the man how he has spent the night.
2)At 4 a.m., just when he has finished his work, the narrator answers a knock at his front door. When he opens it, three policemen enter, saying a neighbour has reported hearing a shriek and they need to search the premises.
3)After welcoming the police, he tells them the shriek was his own; he has cried out during a dream.
4)He also tells them that the old man who lives in the house is away in the country. Next, he takes the police all over the house, inviting them to search everything thoroughly.
5)After they enter the old man’s chamber, the narrator points out that the old man’s possessions has not been disturbed.

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    1) The following morning, he is very polite to the old man and continues to carry out his duty, asking the man how he has spent the night.

    2) OK

    3) OK

    4) OK

    5)After they enter the old man’s chamber, the narrator points out that the old man’s possessions have not been disturbed.

    Good job! =)

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