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Problems of our life

  1. CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS
  2. Ecological Problems in Our Cities
  3. Ecological Problems of Modern Cities
  4. Exercise 8. Discuss the following problems in groups.
  5. F. The organization is in trouble. Match the departments with their problems (1-8).
  6. F. The organization is in trouble. Match the departmentswith their problems (1-8).
  7. Global Environmental Problems

5.1.17 :

1. What is happiness?

2. Have you got any problems in life?

3. What are the most serious problems people have?

4. Do people have any addictions?

5. What are they?

6. What should be done to solve such problems?

5.1.18 dz :

crime - penalty inflicted for wrongdoing

punishment - killing someone by plan

criminal - a habit to which a person is addicted

addiction - illegal activity

drug - stealing something from the store

murder - a substance a person takes for pleasure or excitement

shoplifting - a person who is guilty of crime

kidnapping - the drug produced from a particular type of hemp

plant

cannabis - taking a person hostage in exchange for money

5.1.19 ( ):

According, fact, people, shown, wrong, forward, cigarettes, problems, than, saves, addictive, services, crime, also, dangerous, health.

Legalize Cannabis?

There has been much debate about drugs recently, and ... are very concerned about the arguments put ... in support of new, more liberal laws. Cannabis legalization would not only be the ... decision to make, but also a dangerous one.

... To some opinions, cannabis is no more harmful than .... But tests have ... that the average joint contains more ... twenty times the amount of cancer-causing agents than cigarettes. Moreover, it is a well-known ... that heavy users develop acute mental ... and dependency on the drug. Preventing people from buying cannabis ultimately ... money for the health and social ..., as well as saving lives.

To conclude, legalizing a drug which is ... is not irresponsible but very ....

5.1.20 ³ , :

capital punishment - ,
to deter v -
fragile adj -
to handle v - ,
thug n - ,
misfit n - ,
cosh n -
crowbar n -
to batter v -
harmless adj -
meagre adj -
treatment n -
defender n -
to blame v -
wicked adj - ,
to breed v -
evil n -
to do away with v - ,
harsh adj - ,
senseless adj -
suspension n -
to glorify v -
to pursue v -
memoir n - ,
circulation n -
publisher n -
trashy adj -
achievement n -
resistance n -
hardened criminal - ,
to cuddle v -
to cosset v - ,
to adore v - ,
deterrent n -
trigger n -
to ponder v -
arsenic n - '
to prevent v -
to mow down v - 䳺
weapon n -
vulnerable adj - ,
literally adv - ,
to get away with v - ??
life sentence - '
desperate adj -
villain n - , ,
proceeds of crime -
good conduct -
to commit an offence -
fair play -
victim n -
to suspend v -

5.1.21 :

To impose capital punishment, to abolish capital punishment, handle with care, violent thug, social misfit, desperate villain, wicked society, harsh law, harsh punishment, suspension of payments, great achievements in science, resistance movement, hardened criminal, major deterrent, nuclear deterrent, life sentence, to commit an offence, fair play, flood victim, the victim of foolishness.

5.1.22 :

1. Certainly, kids must not smoke; parents, taxes and laws should deter them.

2. She's too harsh with her children.

3. The talks have been suspended.

4. Nothing will prevent us from reaching our aim.

5. She adores visiting museums.

6. A wicked society breeds evil.

7. The most senseless piece of criminal legislation in Britain is the suspension of capital punishment.

8. Capital punishment used to be a major deterrent.

9. People are always willing to hold liberal views at the expense of others.

10. Did the defenders of crime consult the victims before they suspended capital punishment?

5.1.23 ϳ :

thuddefenderevilharshto glorifyto pursuepublisherto cuddleto pondertrashyachievement badto hugsevereadvocateto followto praiseharmkillersuccessto think overeditor

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