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Do the Crime and Punishment Quiz (the British style). Then check your answers.





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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT QUIZ

1. According to the 2002 British Crime Survey, what was your average risk of being burgled in 2001?

A: One in 20 B: One in 50 C: One in 5 D: One in 500

 

2. How many mobile phones were stolen in the year 2001-2002?

A: 700,000 B: 350,000 C: 170,000 D: 900,000

3. Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be executed in Britain at Holloway Prison. When was she hanged?

A: 13 July 1955 B: 14 March 1926

C: 15 August 1967 D: 16 September 1905

4. Approximately how much does it cost to lock up a criminal in a UK prison for a year?

A: £10,000 B: £27,500 C: £50,000 D: £105,000

 

5. Which of the following European countries has the highest prison population per head?

A: Germany B: France C: England and Wales D: Sweden

 

6. What percentage of serious sexual offences against children occurs in the home of the victim or the offender?

A: 20% B: 40% C: 60% D: 80%

 

7. What is the average sentence length for a 21-year-old rapist?

A: Four and a half years B: Six years

C: Eight and a half years D: Ten years

 

8. Who is most likely to be a victim of violent crime by a stranger?

A: Old ladies B: Old men C: Young women D: Young men

 

9. Approximately how many children a year are separated from their mother by prison?

A: 13,000 B: 9,000 C: 5,000 D: 20,000

 

10. How often does a crime take place in England and Wales?

A: Every 2 seconds B: Every 5 seconds

C: Every 12 seconds D: Every 20 seconds

The key

1b, 2a, 3a, 4b, 5c, 6d, 7c, 8d, 9a, 10 b

 

2. How well do you know Phrasal Verbs on the topic “Crimes and Punishment”? Read the definitions and choose the corresponding phrasal verbs. Then check your answers.

1. To get into a building or car using force is to ___.
a. break out b. break down c. break in

 

2. To steal money from a bank by using force is a ___.
a. hold in b. hold down c. hold up

 

3. To steal or take something without asking is to ___.
a. run off with b. do without c. do over

 

4. To hurt someone badly by hitting or kicking is to ___.
a. pull them over b. beat them up c. put one over

 

5. To kill someone in informal English is to ___ with them.
a. do away b. have away c. stay

 

6. To destroy something with a bomb is to ___.
a. beat it up b. blow it up c. knock it over

 

7. To take a criminal to the police is to ___.
a. turn them over b. turn them in c. turn them down

 

8. To put someone in prison is to ___.
a. lock them up b. do them in c. blow them up

 

9. To not punish someone for their crime is to ___.
a. give them over b. let them off c. put them away

 

10. To succeed in not being punished for a crime is to ___ it

a. get away with b. make off with c. pick through

 

The key 1 c, 2 c, 3 a, 4 b, 5 a, 6 b, 7 b, 8 a, 9 b, 10 a

 

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