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Unidad 3 there is there are

  1. 1. GRAMMAR Complete the space with there is or there are. 1. ________ judge. 2. ________ lie detectors. 3. ________ shoplifter 4. ________ witnesses 5. ________ trial 6. ________ smugglers 7. ________ audience 8. ________ handcuffs 9.________ burglar 10._________ forgers Complete the sentence with there is / there are / there isn’t / there aren’t. 1._________ some reports on the table. The lawyer sent them this morning. 2. The police officer said that __________ 3 pickpockets at Piccadilly Circus Station. 3. I can’t find Mr. Jhonson! ____________ so many court rooms here! 4. ___________ only one lie detector, it’s a pity that it’s damaged! 5.___________ any illegal copy of paintings here! The officer was wrong! 6.___________ many questions for the witness at the trial! The lawyer should ask more! 7. ___________ many damages at the robbery yesterday! 8. At the football match between Manchester and the Real Madrid, _____________ many hooligans, thanks to the police officers. 9. __________ always many audiences at the same time in the courthouse. 10. Brixton is a very dangerous area, __________ many crimes every day. Read the following sentences and correct them if there is a mistake. 1. There is many bank robberies every day in New York city. 2. There is only one laws that back us up for this case! 3. There is some hijackers from the Middle East. 4. In this neighborhood, there aren’t many vandal, thanks for the officers. 5. In North Africa there is a lot of smugglers that trade with marfil. 6. There is a lot of detectives in this crime scene, because was a multiple crime. 7. There aren’t many jurieses here, this is because is a small village. 8. This week my brother has many trials! There is 5 in list! 9. Now a days, there is many states that don’t respect the law! 10. There aren’tg any charge for this person, he is innocent!
  2. 2. Describe the following image using there is / there are / Order the words in order to make sentences. 1. Bogota / many / there / crimes / are / in / everyday _______________________________________________________________________________ 2. down town / a lot of / are / there / pickpockets / in the / Villavicencio / of _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. blackmailer / is / in / company / the / there / a _______________________________________________________________ 4. many / witnesses / there / in / aren’t / case / this _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. any / isn’t / shoplifter / there / in / town / this _____________________________________________ 6. smugglers / a few / are / in / this / country / there _______________________________________________________________________________ Write sentences using there is / there are with the following images 1._______________________________________________________________________________ 2._______________________________________________________________________________ 3._______________________________________________________________________________ 4._______________________________________________________________________________ 5._______________________________________________________________________________ Describe the following image using there is / there are / there isn’t / there aren’t _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Order the words in order to make sentences. Bogota / many / there / crimes / are / in / everyday _______________________________________________________________________________ / are / there / pickpockets / in the / Villavicencio / of _______________________________________________________________________________ blackmailer / is / in / company / the / there / a _______________________________________________________________ 4. many / witnesses / there / in / aren’t / case / this _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. any / isn’t / shoplifter / there / in / town / this _______________________________________________________________________________ a few / are / in / this / country / there _______________________________________________________________________________ Write sentences using there is / there are with the following images 1._______________________________________________________________________________ 2._______________________________________________________________________________ 3._______________________________________________________________________________ 4._______________________________________________________________________________ 5._______________________________________________________________________________ there isn’t / there aren’t _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _______________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 1._______________________________________________________________________________ 2._______________________________________________________________________________ 3._______________________________________________________________________________ 4._______________________________________________________________________________ 5._______________________________________________________________________________
  3. 3. VOCABULARY & WRITING Find the following words in the puzzle. Arrest Ban Break in Break out Break the law Burgle Charge Commit a crime Escape Get away Hold up Investigate Rob Steal A R R E S T S D F G H J B R E A K I A U I O P A N X C V B N P A S D F G B R E A K T Q H O L D U C O M M I T B U R G L E Write a dialogue using at least 7 of the above verbs. ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ READING A crime is committed when someone breaks the law. Some are crimes against property (for example, stealing someone’s money or breaking someone’s windows) and some are crimes against persons (for example, beating or sexually assaulting someone). Some involve and people. In some instances, the victim may not actually be present when the crime occurs (for example, in a home burglary). Other kinds of wrong-doing may be more difficult to define. Abuse is often used to describe harm caused by one person against another. Abuse may be a crime (as in "child sexual abuse") or it may not be a crime (as in "verbal abuse"). Abuses such as the withholding of medication or serious neglect of a person who needs a certain level of care may indeed be crimes. When abuse is a crime, the police should take a crime report and investigate the crime to try to identify and arrest the offender. The prosecutor’s office may then take the case to court. In addition, Find the following words in the puzzle. reak out Break the law Burgle Charge Commit a crime Escape Get away Hold up Investigate Rob Steal W Q C R T Y U I G O K L H Ñ Z X C V E B N Q A W R O B E T R S D R F G H J K A L M Q G W E R T Y W U H J E S C A P E A J H E L A W Z X C Y B P W E R T Y S T E A A C R I M E S D F G Ñ I N V E S T I G A using at least 7 of the above verbs. ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ CRIME A crime is committed when someone breaks the law. Some are crimes against property (for example, stealing someone’s money or breaking someone’s windows) and some are crimes against persons (for example, beating or sexually assaulting someone). Some involve both property and people. In some instances, the victim may not actually be present when the crime occurs (for example, in a home doing may be more difficult to define. Abuse is often used to describe harm caused by son against another. Abuse may be a crime (as in "child sexual abuse") or it may not be a crime (as in "verbal abuse"). Abuses such as the withholding of medication or serious neglect of a person who needs a certain level of care may indeed be crimes. n abuse is a crime, the police should take a crime report and investigate the crime to try to identify and arrest the offender. The prosecutor’s office may then take the case to court. In addition, reak out Break the law Burgle Charge Commit a crime Escape P A N M T Y Ñ Z I O K L N M L U H J T E ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ serious neglect of a person who needs a certain level of care may indeed be crimes. n abuse is a crime, the police should take a crime report and investigate the crime to try to identify and arrest the offender. The prosecutor’s office may then take the case to court. In addition,
  4. 4. special court orders, called protective orders or temporary restraining orders, can be provided to victims who are subjected to physical or emotional abuse (sometimes including verbal abuse). These court orders tell the abuser to stop the abuse and to stay away from the victim. A person with a disability may be considered a "vulnerable victim" in some places. Now answer the following questions 1. Define crime in your own words? _______________________________________________________________________________ 2. What are the two types of crime, give examples. _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Define abuse in your own words? _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. What is the process that the police need to follow when a crime is an abuse? ________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Underline the technical vocabulary and get their meaning in Spanish. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ SPEAKING Discuss the following cases by pairs A Kidnap Two young ladies kidnap the owner of a farm 2 weeks ago, the reason of the kidnapping was economic problems, they charged 1 million pounds, they got paid and they left free the man. After 1 month these two girls were caught by the police, thanks to the citizen help in the town. Under what charges are they? Do you think that an economic problem could be an excuse for a kidnap? Would you be the lawyer of a case like this one?
  5. 5. LISTENING Listen and complete the script. HOTEL RESERVATIONS Hotel Clerk: Hello. Sunnyside Inn. May I help you? Man: Yes, I'd like to _________ a room for two on the 21st of March. Hotel Clerk: Okay. Let me check our _____________ here for a moment. The 21st of May, right? Man: No. March, not May. Hotel Clerk: Oh, sorry. Let me see here. Hmmm. Man: Are you all booked that night? Hotel Clerk: Well, we have one suite ___________, complete with a kitchenette and a sauna bath. And the ______ of the city is great, too. Man: How much is that? Hotel Clerk: It's only $200 dollars, plus a 10% room tax. Man: Oh, that's a little too ___________ for me. Do you have a cheaper room available either on the 20th or the 22nd? Hotel Clerk: Well, would you like a ___________ or a non-smoking room? Man: Non-smoking, please. Hotel Clerk: Okay, we do have a few rooms available on the 20th; we're full on the 22nd, unless you want a smoking room. Man: Well, how much is the non-smoking room on the 20th? Hotel Clerk: $80 dollars, plus the 10% room ____. Man: Okay, that'll be fine. Hotel Clerk: All right. Could I have your name, please? Man: Yes. Bob Maexner. Hotel Clerk: How do you spell your last name, Mr. Maexner? Man: M-A-E-X-N-E-R. Hotel Clerk: Okay, Mr. Maexner, we look forward to seeing you on _________ 20th. Man: Okay. Goodbye. Now, write sentences with there is and there are using the script information. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________

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