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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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Task i word formation complete the table
Task I Word formationComplete the table

Mugger

Burgle

Fraud

Kidnap

Shoplifter

Theft

murder

Assassin

Rob

drive

Smuggling



Task ii write one word in each gap
TASK IIWRITE ONE WORD IN EACH GAP

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)

Evidence

fingerprints

testimony

confident

killed

suicide


P unishment
Punishment


Back to medieval times
BACK TO MEDIEVAL TIMES

  • Crime and punishment in medieval times was extreme. People were bound and thrown in the ocean; if they sunk they were guilty of the crime. If they stole something their hands would be cut off. If a woman committed murder, she would be strangled and burnt to death. If they got caught hunting illegally their ears would be cut off.

  • The Medieval punishment by torture included the compression of the limbs by special instruments, or by ropes only; injection of water, vinegar, or oil, into the body of the accused; application of hot pitch, and starvation were the processes most in use. Other means were placing hot eggs under armpits, tying lighted candles to the fingers, so that they might be consumed simultaneously with the wax, letting water trickle drop by drop from a great height on the stomach, or watering the feet with salt water and allowing goats to lick them. In some cases, the torture lasted five or six hours

  • After the torture, the next step in the Medieval punishment was the execution. There were different ways of carrying out the final stage of the Medieval punishment. The punishment by fire was always inflicted in cases of heresy or blasphemy. The Spanish Inquisition made a constant use of it. In France, in the beginning of the 14th Century, fifty-nine Templars were burned at the same time for the crimes of heresy and witchcraft.

  • Decapitation was another mode to carry out the death sentences. In some countries, it was performed with an axe, or, as in France, with a two-handed sword. The victim was allowed to choose whether he would have his eyes covered up or not.

  • One of the most horrible methods of Medieval punishment was the quartering, performed using ropes attached to each of the limbs of the condemned. The ropes were fastened to four bars, to each of which a strong horse was harnessed.

  • Overall, hanging was the most used method of execution in France. In every town, and almost in every village, there was a permanent gibbet.


Dictionary entry
Dictionary entry

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

Execute -

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

themselves


court

crime

Call a witness

Collect evidence

Investigate

the case

sentence

Chase and grab

Catch s/b

red handed

fine

release

Deathpenalty

Get off with

a warning

imprisonment


R eflection
Reflection

  • Think and answer:

  • Whether you have learnt something new

  • Whether this material has helped you in making up your discourse

  • if it was difficult or not to understand the new material

  • If the topic is worth to discuss


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