Conversation Activity for Crime Vocabulary

Listen to the audio and answer the multiple choice questions below. You will hear an exchange between a police officer and a criminal who just got brought to the police station for breaking the law. Tab between answers. The definitions of the words used in the audio are found at: Crime Expressions Other practice worksheets are found at the bottom of the page. To see the script for what you will hear click on: Script

  1. What was one of the crimes that the criminal was "brought in" for? a) assault b) murder c) jay walking d) breaking and entering
  2. What did the criminal steal from the store? a) a candy bar b) gas c) a car d) money
  3. What crime does the officer think should have been added to the list?a) jay walking b) trespassing c) speeding d) tampering with evidence
  4. What has the neighborhood the criminal was in been suffering from lately? a) a rash of burglaries b) trespassing violations c) car jackings d) gang violence
  5. The person who called the police on the criminal is part of the a) gang b) the criminal's family c) police force d) neighborhood watch
  6. What was the charge the criminal received for pushing the police officer at the scene? a) disorderly conduct b) jay walking c) assault and battery d) shoplifting
  7. What was the crime the criminal committed last month? a) car jacking b) shoplifting c) tresspassing d) breaking and entering
  8. Does the criminal admit to being guilty? a) yes b) he doesn't say c) no d) he's not sure
  • Conversation Activity for Crime Vocabulary
  • Script for Crime Conversation Activity
  • Listening Activity for Crime Vocabulary
  • English Crime Vocabulary Reading Exercise
  • Exercise for Crime Terms II
  • Crime Vocabulary Matching