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Learn English with American television: Crime vocabulary

Law and Order

Level: Advanced - American English

 

Lennie and Ray talk to the wife and daughter of a murdered man. In this exercise there is some useful crime vocabulary.

Fill in all the gaps with a crime word, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if you don't know the word.
Lennie: Did the store ever use a carpet-cleaning company called Victory?
Mother: I wouldn't know. Alan took care of all the store business. Why?
Lennie: These two men worked for that company. We think they may have the store during the job and then come back later to it.
Ray: Please excuse me.
Melissa: How'd you find these guys?
Ray: Green.
Lennie: They were in possession of property from the store during your father's murder.
Kate: Actually, he was my step-father. But he treated me like his own.
Mother: Alan and I were together almost five years. It's hard to believe he's really gone.
Kate: So are these guys in now?
Lennie: The man we think was responsible for your step-father's death was and earlier this week.