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Read the following text.
The US government issued a report on the hazards of drunk driving. According to the report, half of the 50,000 highway deaths last year involved intoxicated drivers. Annually, drunk drivers cause 80,000 accidents, 750,000 serious injuries, and 5 billion dollars in economic losses. Federal studies show that on weekend nights one out of ten motorists is intoxicated but just one in 2,000 is arrested. The government has proposed to strengthen laws against drunk driving.
- Compare the problem of the hazard of drunk driving in the USA and Russia.
- Do you think that laws against drunk driving should be strengthened?
- What is the usual punishment for drunk driving in Russia?
Listening: Don’t do it! I’m too young to go to court!
Listen the information about juvenile crime and choose the correct answer.
1. What is the purpose of the “dialogue”?
A to help parents whose children have committed crime
B to deter young people from committing crimes
C to advise judges on how to sentence young people
D to show disapproval of juvenile crime
2. What happens if children commit very serious crimes?
A They are taken to a correctional facility.
B They stand trial like an adult.
C They receive a lecture from the judge.
D They must attend counseling sessions.
3. Which of the following is NOT true?
A All juvenile crimes are recorded for life.
B Minors can be taken into police custody.
C 7-year-olds cannot appear in juvenile courts.
D Parents of juvenile criminals may be fined.
Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank:
Waived detained expunged off-the-record liable juvenile lecture
1. The judge spoke to the teenage girl _____.
2. The boy’s parents were _____ for the damage.
3. Tom received a _____ about obeying the law.
4. A fifteen-year-old boy is due in a _____ court tomorrow.
5. The judge _____ the crime to an adult court because it was serious.
6. His criminal record was _____ when he was 18 years old.
7. The police _____ the juvenile at the station.
Match the words (1-7) with the definition (A-G).
1 ___ criminal record
2 ___ minor
3 ___ correctional facility
4 ___ community service
5 ___ probation
6 ___ victim
7 ___ counseling
A someone who is too young to be treated as an adult
B a place where young people are detained
C the process of helping someone with their problems
D a document showing any crimes you have committed
E a person who suffered as the result of someone’s crime
F a punishment in which the person works to help local people
G a situation in which the person must behave well to avoid further punishment
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