Welcome to our "English for new immigrants" section. We have created this section for newcomers to an English-speaking country to be able to practice English related to things you might have to do every day. The new English vocabulary you learn will help you integrate into society, and make life in your new country easier. Most of these questions use our patented approach, which combines both grammar and vocabulary training, and spans a range of levels from low-intermediate to low-advanced.


 







TOPIC: TALKING TO THE POLICE 1


VOCABULARY BUILDER:

Police report = Official record of a crime (or potential crime) that was committed

To lock someone up = To put someone in jail/prison

Assailant = Someone who commits a crime

DUI = Short for "driving under the influence"(of alcohol); refers to drunk driving

Domestic dispute = Family-related argument/trouble, etc.


EXERCISE/VOCABULARY PRACTICE TEST:

1. To force your way into someone's apartment = To to someone's apartment

2. A person who steals things is called a "".

3. I have a . = I have someone who saw what happened.

4. When a car hits another car, this is called an "".

5. The neighbors are making a lot of .

6. The man that I saw was very . ( = not short)

7. ID is short for "".

8. I am here . = I have a right to be here.

9. That man my wallet!

10. He me in the face.





THINGS TO LISTEN FOR:

Were there any witnesses? = Did anyone else see what happened?

You'll have to pay a fine. = You will have to pay a penalty for doing something wrong.

You'll have to come down to the station. = You will have to go to the police station.

We've received a noise complaint. = Someone complained that you're being too loud (music, etc.).

Did the other driver leave the scene of the crime? = Did the other driver leave the place where the accident happened?

Can I see some ID? = Can you show me some identification?





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