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PROFICIENCY (CPE) 1.5 Serious Crimes
Transcript of PROFICIENCY (CPE) 1.5 Serious Crimes
1.5 Serious Crimes
Match these verbs connected with crime with their correct prepositions.
What are these crimes and which has the greatest effect on society in the long run?
stealing the car
seven months in prison
a juvenile detention centre
breaching the peace
eighteen thousand pounds
a convincing argument
your prison sentence
reaching a verdict
9) lodged a complaint
SOME PHRASES CAN BE USED MORE THAN ONCE
ANS: 1g/m, 2g/m, 3n, 4c, 5i, 6k, 7d, 8b, 9e, 10f, 11l, 12a, 13j, 14h
What should be done with the perpetrators of such crimes?
What do you think the most common crime in your country is?
Have you ever witnessed a crime that you can talk about?
Does your country have a big organized crime group like the mafia?
Do you think in general crime is increasing?
What do you think are the main causes of crime?
Do you think crime is ever justified, for example, if someone steals food because they are starving?
Do you think that punishment always fits the crime?
What would you do if you heard a burglar in your house?
Do you think that anyone is capable of committing a crime if exposed to certain life situations?
What is the difference between crime and sin?
What is your attitude to the death penalty?
What kinds of crimes are increasing?