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probation
A period of time when a criminal must behave well and not commit any more crimes in order to avoid being sent to prison:
He was fined and given two years' probation.
The judge put him on probation for two years.
He served a year in prison and was then let out on probation.
hi-jack (verb)
To take control of an aircraft or other vehicle during a journey, especially using violence:
Two men hijacked a jet travelling to Paris and demanded $125 000.
smuggle (verb)
verb [T usually + adverb or preposition]
to take things or people to or from a place secretly and often illegally:
She was caught trying to smuggle 26 kilos of heroin out of/into the country.
They managed to smuggle a videotape of the captive journalists out of the prison
forgery (N)
an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. or the crime of making such illegal copies:
These banknotes are forgeries.
He increased his income by forgery.
forge (V)
to make an illegal copy of something in order to deceive:
a forged passport
a forged signature
A number of forged works of art have been sold as genuine.
blcakmail (N)
when you obtain money from people or force them to do something by threatening to make known a secret of theirs or to harm them:
In a position of authority, a weakness for the opposite sex leaves you open to blackmail.
pickpocket (V)
a thief who steals things out of pockets or bags, especially in a crowd. His crime is called 'pickpocketing'.
bribe (V)
to try to make someone do something for you by giving them money, presents or something else that they want:
He bribed immigration officials and entered the country illegally.
[+ to infinitive] They bribed the waiter to find them a better table. (N: bribery)
mugging (N)
an act of attacking someone and stealing their money:
Police are concerned that mugging is on the increase.
mug (v)
to attack a person in a public place and steal their money:
He was mugged in broad daylight.
burgle (v)
to illegally enter a building and steal things:
When they got back from their holiday they found that their home had been burgled.
N: burglary.
jury (N)
a group of people who have been chosen to listen to all the facts in a trial in a law court and to decide whether a person is guilty or not guilty, or whether a claim has been proved:
members of the jury
witness(N)
a person in a law court who states what they know about a legal case or a particular person:
Ten witnesses are expected to testify at the trial today.
The key witness for the prosecution was offered police protection after she received death threats.
shoplifting (N)
the illegal act of taking goods from a shop without paying for them:
He was charged with shoplifting. (magazinnaya kraja)
traffic warden (N)
gae (he writes out a ticket to fine you if you stop your car at the wrong place.)
He told you to pay him money or he would tell your secrets to other peoeple. What did he do to you?
He blackmailed me.
He gave the minister some money to get a good job in the government. What did he do to the Minister?
He bribed him.
He entered into the building and stole some furniture. What is his crime?
burglary.
The beat the Russian girl and stole her money. What did they do.
They mugged her.
They forced the aircraft to go where they want and they asked for a million pounds to leave it. What did they do?
They hijacked it.
I have many people who can prove my case in court because they saw this man hit me. What do I have?
I have witnesses.
The people who say 'guilty' or 'innocent' in court.
jury.
She ran out of money and so she went into a shop and stole a wi-fi card. What is her crime?
shoplifting.
Can you help me bring this kilogram of heroin into the country? No, I cannot help you......?
smuggling.
Don't stop your car here. The .......... will write out a fine and stick it on your car.
traffic warden.
Have you read this novel? It is about some people who print false banknotes. What do they do?
They forge money. They commit forgery. They are forgers.
They did not send her to prison but they sentenced her to do ..... service.
community
Be careful in crowds. Some people are good at stealing other people's wallets. What are they good at?
pickpocketing.
He is a young man. This is his first crime. Instead of sending him to prison we will supervise his behaviour for a while. We will put him on ....
probation.
Dosteovesky was sentenced to .... ..., but just before they shot him he received an imperial pardon.
death penalty
... She has just started learning English, she speaks it confidently.
Although
... the heavy rain, she went out to do some shopping.
despite
She has just started learning English, ... she speaks it confidently.
but
yet
... ... ... the heavy rain, she went out to do some shopping.
in spiet of
Give a synonym for 'despite'.
in spite of
Give a synonym for 'but' (Be careful: they are not EXACT syonyms.
yet
Correct: 'He hasn't time to speak with me a lot'
He hasn't time to talk with me a lot.
Correct: 'He has a lot of meeting in Moscow.'
meetings
They will ho... an important meeting tomorrow.
hold
Yesterday they h... an important meeting.
held
Pronounce this word correctly: 'science'
Saians
He is interested in science. He has a scientific career. What is he?
He is a scientist.
CV=
Curriculum Vitae
CV= Curriculum vitae
A detailed description of your life and work. You write this when you apply for a job or when you wish to apply for a place in a university etc.
Give a synoym for 'resume'
CV or Currriculum vitae
an introduction at the beginning of a book
preface
IVNITSKII has principal ..., to be a good doctor.
The main ... of my Aspect course is to improve my English.
aim
to improve something
(the publicity has ... his reputation)
enhance
a piece of writing or speech that gives details about what someone or something is like

The writer began a ... of the area.
description
to say what something or someone is like by giving details about them

(verb) the police asked her to ... the man.
describe
I have a ... in economics.

It's so important to understand other people, people from different ....s.
background
You're are wrong, and i can ... it.
When I first started this job, i felt i had to ... myself.

(to show that something is true by providing facts, information...etc.)
prove
correct

I will prove you, that I'm right.
answer

I will prove TO you.
someone who is goodloking, especially in a way that makes you sexually interested in them
attractive
a method of doing something or dealing with a problem

a new...to teaching English

Russkin takes an unorthodox ... to art criticism.
approach(noun)
a little

a .... different color
slightly
usually or by most people
=widely
commonly
to continue to be in the same state or condition

the boy .... silent
we...friends

ostavatsia
remain
special attention
or importance
ydarenie


the course places .... on practical work
emphasis
respect and admiration for someone or something
regard
an introduction at the beginning of a book
preface
IVNITSKII has principal ..., to be a good doctor.
The main ... of my Aspect course is to improve my English.
aim
to improve something
(the publicity has ... his reputation)
enhance
a piece of writing or speech that gives details about what someone or something is like

The writer began a ... of the area.
description
to say what something or someone is like by giving details about them

(verb) the police asked her to ... the man.
describe
I have a ... in economics.

It's so important to understand other people, people from different ....s.
background
You're are wrong, and i can ... it.
When I first started this job, i felt i had to ... myself.

(to show that something is true by providing facts, information...etc.)
prove
correct

I will prove you, that I'm right.
answer

I will prove TO you.
someone who is goodloking, especially in a way that makes you sexually interested in them
attractive
a method of doing something or dealing with a problem

a new...to teaching English

Russkin takes an unorthodox ... to art criticism.
approach(noun)
a little

a .... different color
slightly
usually or by most people
=widely
commonly
to continue to be in the same state or condition

the boy .... silent
we...friends

ostavatsia
remain
special attention
or importance
ydarenie


the course places .... on practical work
emphasis
respect and admiration for someone or something
regard
correct or suitable for a particular time, situation

clothes ... for a job interview
appropriate (adj)
antonim - inappropriate
close or protect, hide

... the pot and bake for an hour.

Dan ... his face with his hands.
cover (verb)
to mention or speak about someone or somethink

Although she didn't mention any names, every one knew who she was .....ing to.

My doctor is ....ing me to a dermatologist.

Readers are ...ed to the bibliography for furher information.
refer(verb)
correct it:

He gave the speech without referring his notes.
refer TO
very often or many times

He was ... drunk.
frequntly(adverb)
instructions for cooking

a ... book
recipe(noun)
correct it:

She gives me a recipe tomato soup.
recipe FOR
bylavka
pin(noun)
prikalivat*
pin(verb)
opposite push

Mom! He ...ing my hair!

She ...ed open the door and hurried inside.

She has to have to teeth ...ed.

He ...ed out his wallet and said 'let me pay'.
pull(verb)
to think about somethink that are you not sure about and try to guess what is true, what will happen etc.


I .... how James is getting on.

What are they going to do now, I ....?
wonder
spoken used to ask politely for somethink(= may I)

I .... .. I might have a drink?
wonder if
to feel surprise and unable to believe somethink


I don't .... you are tired.
wonder
to hit somethink with your foot

Bill was ....ing a ball around the yard.
kick(verb)
a waiting room
or the main room in a house/hotel where people relax
or bar(first class)
lounge(noun)
#sredstva peredvigenia#

MGM made the film as a star ... for Brando.
vehicle
a track has been made by many people walking over the same ground.

I walked nervously up the garden ... towards the front door.

She walked into the ... of an oncomming #transportnoe sredstvo#
path

#vehicle#
#zrenie#

I have a normal ...
vision
#providets#
visionary
correct it:

He had a clear vision how he hoped the company would develop.
vision OF
correct it :

The President outlined his vision the future.
vision FOR
= especially

Winston Churchill was famous for his .... large vocabulary.
particularly
srednii

The age of the candidates ranged from 29 to 49 with an ... age of 37.

Last winter was colder than ...
average(adj)
the place where you was born...but it's adjektive

They never saw their ... land again.
native(adj)
to make a short statement only the main information
#rezumirovat*#

the authors ..... their views in the introduction.
summarise(verb)
unusuaL OR SURPRISINig

She has made .... progress.
He's a ... man.
remarkable(adj)
the ability to changed or be changed easily

Mam is very .... person.

#gibkii#
g
flexibility(adj)
a chance to do somethink

This is an ideal .... to save money.

the view of America as a land of ....
opportunity(noun)
#tonkii, yton4ennii, neo4evidnii smisl#

a ...form of racism

I think we need a more ... #podxod#
subtle(adj)
( b ne 4itaetsia!!!suTle)

#approach#
#ten*#
shade(noun)