Blackmail or blackmailed (Delavigne meets Mr Badguy 7/8)
Fill in the blanks below with the following terms. Not all the terms are used, and none are used more than once. Remember to conjugate the verbs appropriately. <strong>peace | to plot | to blackmail | country | to kidnap | beach | to enjoy</strong> Yesterday, Horatio was listening to the radio and heard some incredible news. Apparently, a group of teenagers were plotting against the queen of England. They planned to infiltrate Buckingham Palace and take photographs of the queen and her young Latin lover Don Juan Amoroso. Next, the teenagers would fly to a different country, perhaps Zimbabwe. Then they'd call the queen and <span class="error">blackmailed</span> <span class="correct"></span>her, saying that either the queen had to pay them 8 million pounds or they would send the photographs to the British newspapers! Then the teenagers would live the rest of their lives on a sunny beach drinking piña coladas and surfing every day. <span class="error">You wrote that "blackmailed" is wrong ant that "</span><span class="correct">blackmail" is correct with this explanation </span><span class="explain">: </span> 'To blackmail (someone)' is to extort money from them by using compromising or secret information which puts the victim in a compromising position. In his conversation with Bruno, Badguy tells him that he is tired of 'blackmailing all the time'. In this exercise, the teenagers plan to blackmail the queen by publishing controversial photos of the queen and her young Latin lover. I am sorry but "they'd call" so "they'd blackmailed"