Subject Questions Quiz - People Related to Crime

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Subject Questions Quiz - People Related to Crime
Work together to answer these questions with words for people related to crime, law and 
punishment, using the big list below to help if you need to. 
 Who works in a prison?
 Which American word means lawyer?
 Who decides on the sentence after the jury decide on guilt?
 Which kind of lawyer wears a wig?
 What kind of criminal steals from a closed shop?
 What name is used for a security guard at the entrance a nightclub?
 What slang word means police officer?
 Who deliberately burns down buildings?
 Who is maybe a criminal but might be found innocent?
 Who do you go to when you need to check a contract or make a will?

accomplice
the accused
arsonist
assassin
attorney
bag snatcher
bailiff
barrister
bigamist
bouncer
burglar
co-defendant
conman/ fraudster
constable
cop
counsel
court reporter
court stenographer
customs officer
defendant
deputy
detective
drug dealer
drug mule
drug trafficker
drunk driver
executioner
exhibitionist
expert witness
fence
forger
gangster

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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governor
hacker
high court judge
illegal immigrant
immigration officer
jaywalker
judge
juvenile delinquent
kidnapper
litigant
magistrate
mugger
murderer
paralegal
parole officer
partner
PC
PI
pimp
prison officer
prisoner
prosecutor
psychologist
rapist
reoffender
scammer
security guard
serial killer
sheriff
shoplifter
smuggler
social worker
solicitor
spy
suspect
tax dodger
terrorist
traffic cop
vandal
white collar criminal
witness

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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Match the questions to these answers:
 A barrister does.
 A burglar does.
 A judge does.
 A prison officer does.
 A solicitor. 
 An arsonist does.
 Attorney does.
 Bouncer is.
 Cop does.
 The accused is.

Together analyse the structure of the questions and answers above.

How are the other questions and answers different from “Who do you go to when you need
to check a contract or make a will?” “A solicitor”?

In which kind of question is the question word (= Wh… word) the subject of the question?

Make similar questions to test your partner on other words from above, giving them 
different options to choose from if they aren’t sure.

Ask about any words which you don’t understand, making similar questions to get that 
answer once you understand the meaning. 

Work together to answer these questions about differences between the word above:
-

Which person robs from a shop which is still open, a shoplifter or a burglar?

-

Which one is in charge of law and order in a cowboy movie, a sheriff or a deputy?

Test each other on differences between similar words above with questions starting with 
“Which…?”

People related to crime word formation
Change the end of each word below (when needed) to make kinds of people:

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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the accusation
arson
bag snatching
bigamy
burgle
con
fraud
customs
detect
drug dealing
drug trafficking
drunk driving
execution
exhibitionism
forgery
gang
govern
hack
illegal immigration
immigration
jaywalking
judgement
juvenile delinquency
kidnap
litigation
mugging
murder
parole
prison
prison
prosecute
psychology
reoffend
scam
security
shoplifting
smuggling
social
tax dodging
terrorism
traffic
vandalism
white collar crime
witness

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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