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1 vocabulary: crime & punishment CrimeCriminalVerb kidnapping blackmailer to smuggle mugger rape to steal robber burglary ***to bribe hijacker

2 vocabulary: crime & punishment CrimeCriminalVerb kidnappingkidnapperto kidnap blackmailblackmailerto blackmail smugglingsmugglerto smuggle muggingmuggerto mug raperapistTo rape theftthiefto steal robberyrobberto rob burglaryburglarto burgle bribery***to bribe hijackinghijackerTo hijack

3 arrestedcaughtcharged committedinvestigatedquestioned 1.Carl and Adam ___ a crime. They murdered a man. 2.The police ___ the crime. 3.Carl and Adam were ___ on the way to the airport. 4.They were ___ and taken to a police station. 5.The police ___ them for ten hours. 6.Finally the were ___ with murder.

4 arrestedcaughtcharged committedinvestigatedquestioned 1.Carl and Adam committed a crime. They murdered a man. 2.The police investigated the crime. 3.Carl and Adam were arrested on the way to the airport. 4.They were caught and taken to a police station. 5.The police questioned them for ten hours. 6.Finally they were charged with murder.

5 acquittedcourtevidenceguiltyjudge jurywitnessnot guilty proofpunishmentsentenced verdict 7.Two months later Carl and Adman appeared in ___. 8.___ told the court what they had seen or knew. 9.The ___ (of 12 people) looked at and heard all the ___. 10.After two days the jury reached their ___. 11.Carl was found ___. His fingerprints were on the gun. 12.The ___ decided what Carl’s ___ should be. 13.He ___ him to 10 years in prison. 14.Adman was found ___. 15.There was no ___ that he had committed the crime. 16.He was ___ and allowed to go free.

6 acquittedcourtevidenceguiltyjudge jurywitnessnot guilty proofpunishmentsentenced verdict 7.Two months later Carl and Adman appeared in court. 8.Witnesses told the court what they had seen or knew. 9.The jury (of 12 people) looked at and heard all the evidence. 10.After two days the jury reached their verdict. 11.Carl was found guilty. His fingerprints were on the gun. 12.The judge decided what Carl’s punishment should be. 13.He sentenced him to 10 years in prison. 14.Adam was found not guilty. 15.There was no proof that he had committed the crime. 16.He was acquitted and allowed to go free.

7 Complete the text with the correct passive form. As a police officer, I was very upset when my motorbike take from outside my house last month. When I found out that over 20 motorbikes steal in the previous six months, I promised myself that the thief would catch and punished. All the victims of the thefts question and all the motorbike dealers in the area visit by myself and my colleagues. Our investigations came to an end late last night when we identified the criminal … as my neighbor!

8 Complete the text with the correct passive form. As a police officer, I was very upset when my motorbike was taken from outside my house last month. When I found out that over 20 motorbikes had been stolen in the previous six months, I promised myself that the thief would be caught and punished. All the victims of the thefts were questioned and all the motorbike dealers in the area were visited by myself and my colleagues. Our investigations came to an end late last night when we identified the criminal … as my neighbor!

9 He just arrest and at the moment he hold at the local police station. His case hear in the Magistrate’s Court next week and we all expect him to be found guilty. He might give a short prison sentence, but the best thing is that no more motorbikes steal in my area in the near future.

10 He has just been arrested and at the moment he is being held at the local police station. His case hear in the Magistrate’s Court next week and we all expect him to be found guilty. He might give a short prison sentence, but the best thing is that no more motorbikes steal in my area in the near future.

11 Rewrite the sentences It is said that the smugglers have made the journey several times. The smugglers are said to have made the journey several times. They know that the rapist ais a local man. The rapist… The blackmailer is understood to be a colleague of the victim. It is … It is reported that the president’s wife has been kidnapped. The president’s wife … People expect the man to be acquitted. The man…

12 Rewrite the sentences They know that the rapist is a local man. The rapist is known to be a local man. The blackmailer is understood to be a colleague of the victim. It is understood that the black mailer is a colleague of the victim. It is reported that the president’s wife has been kidnapped. The president’s wife is reported to have been kidnapped. People expect the man to be acquitted. The man is expected to be acquitted.


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