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CRIMES CRIMES CRIMES
 
 
   
 
 
 
1)  Complete the definitions with one of the following 'crimes':
 
 FRAUD MONEY LAUNDERING SMUGGLING KIDNAPPING RAPE
 HIJACKING BURGLARY SHOPLIFTING HARASSMENT MURDER
 PIRACY ARSON VANDALISM PLAGIARISM STALKING
 
 
 
1-   the act of following a person or animal as closely as possible without being seen or heard.
 
2-  to take things or people to or from a country or place illegally and secretly.
 
3-   the crime of intentionally killing a person.
 
4-  offensive sexual suggestions or actions (for example, in the workplace).
 
5-  to illegally take a person away by force, usually in order to demand money inexchange for that person’s release.
 
6-  the action of moving money which has been earned illegally through banks and other business, to make it seem to have been earned legally.
 
7-  the crime of intentionally starting a fire in order to damage or destroying something, esp. a building.
 
8-  to force someone to give you control of a vehicleaircraft, or ship that is in the middle of a trip.
 
9-  the crime of obtaining money or property by deceiving people.
 
10-  the crime of illegally entering a building and stealing things.
 
11-  the practice of attacking and stealing from ships at sea. / Illegal copying.
 
12-  to force someone to have sex when he or she is unwilling.
 
13-  to take goods illegally from a store without paying for them.
 
14-  the act of using another person’s idea or a part of that person's work and pretend that it is your own.
 
15-   intentional damage of public or private property.
 
 
 
2) Now listen to the words:
 
FRAUD  MONEY LAUNDERING  SMUGGLING  KIDNAPPING  RAPE 
 HIJACKING  BURGLARY  SHOPLIFTING  HARASSMENT  MURDER 
 PIRACY ARSON  VANDALISM  PLAGIARISM  STALKING 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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