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Open Forum Chapter 12 Law 1.An Interview about Restorative Justice
- 3rd Lis w/Script Blog-> Voca: convicted of a crime, alternative, plead guilty
- Listening Skill: Identifying Important Points
- the main thing is … - here’s the important point … - in particular, … - one interesting point is …
- Thinking and Speaking What kind of crimes do you think restorative justice works better than traditional prison punishment? You may use a crime or two as example(s) from the list below to support your opinion.
- a thoughtless young girl who stole and crashed a car.
- a powerful businessman who stole money from his company.
- a reckless young man who seriously injured another person during a robbery.
- an uncaring young boy who drew graffiti on the wall of the station.
- a poor and hungry old man who tried to rob a convenience store for food.
- an intelligent young woman with a master’s degree who got money from many people by fraud.
- an old female driver who accidentally hit and killed a little boy and his mother in a crosswalk.
- a veteran government official who received bribes in return for a favor.
- a greedy food company owner who allegedly uses horse meat for beef hamburger patties.
- Vocabulary: Adjectives ending with –al (connected with), -ent (that is/does sth), -ive (tending to, nature to)
Reference-1: http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/adj-forms.html adjective with suffixes
Noun-> Adj: al, ful, ic, ical, sh, less, ly, ous, y
Verb-> Adj: able, ible, ant, ent, ive, ing, ed, en
-able/-ible understandable, capable, readable, incredible
-al mathematical, functional, influential, chemical
-ful beautiful, bashful, helpful, harmful
-ic artistic, manic, rustic, terrific
-ive submissive, intuitive, inventive, attractive
-less sleeveless, hopeless, groundless, restless
-ous gorgeous, dangerous, adventurous, fabulous