Crime. The language of crime. Task I Word formation Complete the table. Mugger. Burgle. Fraud. Kidnap. Shoplifter. Theft. murder. Assassin. Rob. drive. Smuggling. Have you ever been a victim or a witness of a crime? . TASK II WRITE ONE WORD IN EACH GAP.
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Agatha Christie “ Miss Marple tells a story”
Sir Malcolm Olde, it seemed, was going out for suicide. MrPetherick said the medical ( )was dead against this, and there was the absence of ( ), but Sir Malcolm was ( ) of being able to call conflicting medical ( ) and to suggest some way of getting over the fingerprints difficulty. I asked Mr Rhodes what he thought and he said all doctors were fools but he himself couldn’t really believe that his wife had ( ) herself. “She wasn’t that kind of woman,” he said simply – and I believe him. Hysterical people don’t usually commit ( ).
(suicide, confident, killed, evidence, testimony, fingerprints)
Other ways of saying kill
Kill is the general word meaning to make someone or something die
Murder means to kill someone deliberately and illegally
Kill oneself means to commit suicide
Put to deathto kill someone legally as a punishment for a crime
Assassinate means to murder an important, famous and powerful person for political reasons
Massacre means to kill large numbers of ordinary people, especially people who cannot defend
Call a witness
Chase and grab
Get off with