Click on a number to see the clue or clues. Type the word in the box and click Enter. Click on Check when you are ready to check your answers. If you are stuck, you can click on Hint to get a free letter. Enter phrases without a space, e.g. GETOVER, not GET OVER.
Crime vocabulary Revises words covered in Real Listening and Speaking 3, page 52.
Related topic: crime
Cyber crime 26 March 2008
Presenter and guest talking about Internet crime. 6 minutes. MP3 download available. Difficult words glossary.
Prison restaurants Two presenters (British English) discuss language aspects of a news story about a restaurant that has opened in a prison. 6 minutes. MP3 download available. Difficult words glossary.
MysteryNet Website offering online mysteries to solve and short mystery stories
Speakout Advanced Podcast Unit 4 Justice People in the street answer questions about justice.
Have they ever had reason to contact the police? Have they ever broken the law?
What legal or social issues concern you the most? If you could introduce a law in your country or
community what would it be?