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 Post subject: SEM I - Limba engleza
PostPosted: 10/02/2007 21:02 
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1) A person who steals money placed in his care.
3 an embezzler

2) POACHING means catching game birds, animals or fish without permission on somebody
else’ s property.
4 poaching

3) A person who enters a building illegally, especially by force, in order to steal.
1 a burglar

4) A person who steals money, etc from other people’s pockets, especially in crowded places.
2 a pickpocket

5) The judge has pronounced A ESNTENCE of ten years’imprisonment.
3 a sentence

6) The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word – contrabandist – is:
3 embezzler

7) He has been released from prison ON PROBATION and if he does not behave satisfactorily, he will be sent back.
1 on probation

There was no need for a trial, because the client decided to DROP ALL THE CHARGES and forgive the
attacker.
3 drop all the charges

9) BAIL means money paid by or for a person accused of a crime, as security that he will
return for his trial if he is allowed to go free until then.
3 Bail

10) A SOLICITOR is a lawyer who prepares legal documents, advises clients on legal matters
and speaks for them in lower courts.
1 solicitor

11) A person who takes people hostage for a ransom is called a KIDNAPPER .
3 kidnapper

12) The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word – omor prin
imprudenţă – is:

3 manslaughter

13) After ten hours, the Jury finally reached its verdict the prisoner was guilty.
2 verdict
14) A person who willfully gives a false statement while under oath, concerning a material
matter in a judicial proceeding is said to commit perjury.


3 perjury

15) A ....................... is someone who testifies, especially in a court of law to events or facts
within his own knowledge.
1 registrar
2 spectator
3 witness
4 friend
16) Any witness shall take an oath that the testimony he/she is about to give shall be the truth,
the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

2 testimony

17) To trespass means to go or intrude on the property, privacy, or preserves of another with
no right or permission.
1 trespass

1 Bribery is defined as giving or promising to give a public official something of value
with a corrupt intention to influence the official in the discharge of his or her official duty.

3 Bribery

19) Forgery is the false making or altering of any document that either has legal
significance or is commonly relied upon in business transactions.

4 Forgery

20) Since the defendant did not have a criminal record, he got away with a small fine

3 fine

21) The woman sitting in the witness stand will certainly commit perjury.

2 stand

22) A coroner will be appointed to investigate the violent and suspicious death of the teenager.

3 coroner

23) He was caught red-handed stealing money from the cash-box.
1 red-handed

24) You can’t have burgled the house alone, so who was your accomplice ?

2 accomplice

25) Wilkinson is alleged to have committed a number of serious crimes.

3 committed

26) She will soon stand trial for the part she played in the recent robbery.

4 stand
27) Detectives are said to be looking into the causes of the recent fire.
1 looking

2 The victim took the law into her own hands by killing her attacker.
1 took

29) ‘I object, Your Honour, the lawyer is leading the witness!’

4 leading

30) Many civilized countries have long abolished the death penalty

1 penalty

31) A threat of attack to another person, followed by actual attack which need amount only to
touching with hostile intent is called assault and battery

2 assault and battery

32) The man jumped out of the window and committed suicide

4 suicide

33) The police said there was no sign of a forced entry even though the house had been burgled.

3 forced

34) He was placed under house arrest for his own safety.

3 under
35) Is the defendant going to plead guilty or not guilty?
1 plead

36) Mr. Johnson was fined fifty pounds for drinking and driving.

2 fined

37) As it was her first offence, the judge gave her a lenient sentence.

2 lenient

3 The defendant was able to prove his innocence at the trial and was acquitted


2 acquitted

39) Ted Bundy was a hardened criminal who showed no remorse for his crimes.

3 remorse


40) His sentence has been commuted to six months on the grounds of failing health.

3 grounds

41) He was convicted to 10 years of prison and deprived of his property.

4 deprived

42) The judge recommended more humane forms of punishment for juvenile delinquents

4 delinquents
43) If you can’t resolve the dispute, it will have to be settled by court


2 court

44) All his friends thought he was guilty, but no one could prove anything against him.

4 prove

45) I refuse to say anything unless I am allowed to speak to my lawyer.

3 refuse

46) The new harassment law comes into force on September 15.
1 force


47) As the result of a police raid on the disco, twenty teenagers were arrested.

2 raid

4 The police have to enforce the law, not to take it into their own hands.

4 enforce

49) He was charged with assault and battery and taken to prison.

2 with

50) As he was suspected of drug traffic, he was placed under investigation.

4 of, under

51) He was taken into custody for smuggling and released on bail the same day.

4 into, on
52) ‘You have no right to enter my house without a search warrant .’

2 warrant

53) As he didn’t have a criminal record , the judge sentenced him to 50 hours of community
work.

3 record

54) The judge will hear the next case after a short break.

4 case

55) After they pronounced the verdict, the judge dismissed the case.
1 dismissed

56) ‘I am a law- obeying citizen, I could never break the law!’

3 obeying

57) Before the trial begins, the jurors swear to decide the facts fairly.
3 swear

5 In criminal cases, the judge has to decide whether the accused is guilty ‘beyond any reasonable doubt’.
1 reasonable

59) Any sentence has to be imposed within limits that have been fixed by the legislature.

2 within

60) Judge Williams is presiding today as judge Thomson has been taken ill.

3 is presiding

61) Before taking up his duty, each judge takes an oath to respect his responsabilities.
1 takes

62) He has been a solicitor for more than a year now.

3 has been

63) We have been waiting for the verdict for almost two hours! There must be something wrong.

4 have been waiting

64) Judges must never take bribe from the defendants.

2 must

65) The window is broken; the intruder must have tried to get into their bedroom.

4 must have
66) Everybody hates to pay the law expenses.
1 to pay

67) She was released on bail last week.

2 was

6 The members of the jury are now deliberating on the murder case.

3 are __ deliberating
69 Has the jury reached a verdict?

2 Has ... reached

70) By the time you reach the Court, he will have been
released on bail.

2 will have been

71) While the people were waiting for the verdict, the judge was talking to the defendant
about the weather.

3 were waiting

72) He was innocent! They shouldn’t have taken him into custody!
1 shouldn’t

73) He couldn’t have committed the crime! He was immobilized in bed at that time!

2 couldn’t

74) I look forward to see you in Court! We shall settle things then.

2 see

75) Right now I think I am being followed Come and pick me up!

2 being followed

76) The leader of the gang has just been acquitted by the court of justice.
1 has...been

77) He was walking down a street near his home when he was kidnapped.

2 was walking

7 One of the kidnappers threteaned to kill him while they were driving away.

2 threteaned

79) How long ago did you make an appeal?

3 did ... make

80) I saw you yesterday, while you defended that famous criminal.

2 defended

81) He was placed under investigation only after they had found hard evidence against him.

2 had found

82) His sentence was by far more severe than everybody had expected


3 had expected

83) As soon as the jury had pronounced the verdict, the case was dismissed.
1 had pronounced

84) Everybody wondered why he hadn’t been caught red-handed before.

3 hadn’t been

85) The members of the jury had been deliberating for hours when they finally reached a verdict.

4 had been deliberating
86) The witnesses were still being heard when I left the court of law.
1 left

87) She told me that she had been considering filing for divorce for a long time.

2 had been considering

8 This time tomorrow they will be cross-examining the witness.

3 will be cross-examining

89) Are you going to represent yourself in the trial?

2 Are you going

90) By the end of this year he will have spent ten years in prison.

3 will have spent

91) Look out! One of the robbers 4 is going to shoot

4 is going to shoot
92) I am seeing my solicitor tomorrow; I am changing my will.
1 am seeing

93) I haven’t been in a court of law since my parents filed for a divorce.

2 haven’t been

94) As soon as I heard from my lawyer, I will let you know.

2 heard

95) We knew that the defendant would never be able to do such a thing.

3 would never be able

96) They said that the new constitution would be voted soon.
1 would be voted

97) By this time next year, he will have served his prison sentence.

2 will have served

9 I am sorry you didn’t ask for help; I could have introduced you to my lawyer.

3 could have

99) The legislation says that the judges shall be immune from legal proceedings.
1 shall be

100) A judge may be deprived of his office if he no longer fulfils the legal conditions.

3 may be deprived

101) The criminal will be brought to trial if there is enough evidence against him.

3 will be brought

102) As soon as the search warrant has been issued they will be allowed to look for the documents.
1 has been issued

103) Has his criminal record been checked to the slightest detail?

3 Has ___ been checked

104) You cannot enter this room. The witness is being cross examined right this moment.
1 is being


105) If he does not confess his crime, he will be sentenced to life imprisonment.

3 will be

106) While he is being tried in his absence, his wife was sitting in the Court of Law,
waiting for the verdict.
1 is being

107) The suspect had been placed under investigation long before the police found irrefutable evidence.

3 had been placed

108) You had better confess your crimes right now, when you still have a chance.

3 confess

109) ‘Find me a good lawyer! I don’t want to risk spending the rest of my life in jail.’
1 spending

110) ‘Shall we proceed? It’s no use waiting for the witness!’

3 waiting

111) ‘I’m sorry Your Honour, but I can’ t help crying when I speak about my son.’
1 crying

112) I suggest deliberating upon the case after a short break.

2 deliberating

113) The judge admitted having taken bribe from one of his clients months before the trial.

3 having taken

114) He has been charged with trespassing and taken into custody.

2 trespassing

115) Would you mind standing up when the verdict is pronounced?

4 standing
116) I would rather spend the rest of my life in jail than confess to a crime I did not commit.
1 spend

117) He made me drop all my charges, threatening me with a gun.

2 drop

118) He let me decide which option was the best for my difficult situation.
1 decide

119) ‘I strongly object to being treated like a hardened criminal!’

3 being

120) Let’s take a short coffee break and will decide afterwards.

4 take

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 Post subject: subiecte engleza DAP 1
PostPosted: 19/02/2007 08:41 
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................ HIS CRIMINAL RECORD BEEN ................ TO THE SLIGHTEST DETAIL? /3 HAS ___ BEEN CHECKED
................ IS THE FALSE MAKING OR ALTERING OF ANY DOCUMENT THAT EITHER HAS LEGAL SIGNIFICANCE OR IS COMMONLY RELIED UPON IN BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS. /4 FORGERY
................ MY SOLICITOR TOMORROW; I AM CHANGING MY WILL. /1 AM SEEING
................ THE JURY ................ A VERDICT? /2 HAS ... REACHED
................ TO REPRESENT YOURSELF IN THE TRIAL? /2 ARE YOU GOING
................IS DEFINED AS GIVING OR PROMISSING TO GIVE A PUBLIC OFFICIAL SOMETHING OF VALUE WITH A CORRUPTINTENTION TO INFLUENCE THE OFFICIAL IN THE DISCHARGE OF HIS OR HER OFFICIAL DUTY./3 BRIBERY
................MEANS MONEY PAIDBY OR FOR A PERSON ACCUSED OF ACRIME AS SECURITY THAT HE WILL RETURN FOR HE TRIAL IF HE IS ALLOWED TO GO FREE UNTIL THEN./3 BAIL
...MEANS CATCHING GAME BIRDS, ANIMALS OR FISH WITHOUT PERMISSION ON SOMEBODY ELSE’S PROPERTY/4 POACHING
‘FIND ME A GOOD LAWYER! I DON’T WANT TO RISK ................ THE REST OF MY LIFE IN JAIL.’ /1 SPENDING
‘I AM A LAW- ................ CITIZEN, I COULD NEVER BREAK THE LAW!’ /3 OBEYING
‘I OBJECT, YOUR HONOUR, THE LAWYER IS ................ THE WITNESS! /4 LEADING
‘I STRONGLY OBJECT TO ................ TREATED LIKE A HARDENED CRIMINAL!’ /3 BEING
‘I’M SORRY YOUR HONOUR, BUT I CAN’ T HELP ................ WHEN I SPEAK ABOUT MY SON.’ /1 CRYING
‘SHALL WE PROCEED? IT’S NO USE ................ FOR THE WITNESS!’ /3 WAITING
‘YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO ENTER MY HOUSE WITHOUT A SEARCH ................ .’ /2 WARRANT
A JUDGE ................ OF HIS OFFICE IF HE NO LONGER FULFILS THE LEGAL CONDITIONS. /3 MAY BE DEPRIVED
A PERSON WHO ENTERS A BUILDING ILLEGALLY, ESPECIALLY BY FORCE, IN ORDER TO STEAL/1 A BURGLAR
A PERSON WHO STEALS MONEY, ETC. FOM OTHER PEOPLE’S POCKETS,ESPECIALLY IN CROWDED PLACES/2 A PICKPOCKET
A PERSON WHO STWALS MONEY PLACED IN HIS CARE/3 A FORGERER
A PERSON WHO TAKES PEOPLE HOSTAGE FOR A RANSOM IS CALLED A................/3 KIDNAPPER
A PERSON WHO WILLFULLY GIVES A FALSE STATEMENT WHILE UNDER OATH , CONCERNING A MATERIAL MATTER IN A JUDICIAR PROCEEDING IS SAID TO COMMIT................/3 PERJURY
A THREAT OF ATTACK TO ANOTHER PERSON, FOLLOWED BY ACTUAL ATTACK WHICH NEED AMOUNT ONLY TO TOUCHING WITH HOSTILE INTENT IS CALLED ................ ./2 ASSAULT AND BATTERY
A................ WILL BE APPOINTED TO INVESTIGATE THE VIOLENT AND SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF THE TEENAGER. /3 CORONER
A................IS A LAWYER WHO PREPARES LEGAL DOCUMENTS, ADVISES CLIENTS ON LEGAL MATTERS AND SPEAKS FOR THEM IN LAWER COURTS./1 SOLICITOR
A................IS SOMEONE WHO TESTIFIES, ESPECIALLY IN A COURT OF LAW, TO EVENTS OR FACTS WITHIN HIS OWN KNOWLEDGE./3 WITNESS
AFTER TEN HOURS, THE JURY FINALLY REACHED ITS................:THE PRISONER WAS GUILTY./VERDICT
AFTER THEY PRONOUNCED THE VERDICT, THE JUDGE ................. THE CASE. /1 DISMISSED
ALL HIS FRIENDS THOUGHT HE WAS GUILTY, BUT NO ONE COULD ................ ANYTHING AGAINST HIM. /4 PROVE
ANY SENTENCE HAS TO BE IMPOSED ................ LIMITS THAT HAVE BEEN FIXED BY THE LEGISLATURE. /2 WITHIN
ANY WITNESS SHALL TAKE AN OATH THAT THE................HE/SHE IS ABOUT TO GIVE SHALL BE THE TRUTH, AND THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH./2 TESTIMONY
AS HE DIDN’T HAVE A CRIMINAL ................ , THE JUDGE SENTENCED HIM TO 50 HOURS OF COMMUNITY WORK. /3 RECORD
AS HE WAS SUSPECTED ................ DRUG TRAFFIC, HE WAS PLACED ................ INVESTIGATION. 4 OF, UNDER
AS IT WAS HER FIRST OFFENCE, THE JUDGE GAVE HER A ................ SENTENCE. /2 LENIENT
AS SOON AS I ................ FROM MY LAWYER, I WILL LET YOU KNOW. /1 WILL HEAR
AS SOON AS THE JURY ................ THE VERDICT, THE CASE WAS DISMISSED. /1 HAD PRONOUNCED
AS SOON AS THE SEARCH WARRANT ................ THEY WILL BE ALLOWED TO LOOK FOR THE DOCUMENTS. /2 WILL BE ISSUED
AS THE RESULT OF A POLICE ................ ON THE DISCO, TWENTY TEENAGERS WERE ARRESTED. /2 RAID
BEFORE TAKING UP HIS DUTY, EACH JUDGE ................ AN OATH TO RESPECT HIS RESPONSABILITIES. /1 TAKES
BEFORE THE TRIAL BEGINS, THE JURORS ................ TO DECIDE THE FACTS FAIRLY. /3 SWEAR
BY THE END OF THIS YEAR HE ................ TEN YEARS IN PRISON. /3 WILL HAVE SPENT
BY THE TIME YOU REACH THE COURT, HE ................ RELEASED ON BAIL. /2 WILL HAVE BEEN
BY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR, HE ................ HIS PRISON SENTENCE. /2 WILL HAVE SERVED
DETECTIVES ARE SAID TO BE ................ INTO THE CAUSES OF THE RECENT FIRE. /1 LOOKING
EVERYBODY HATES ................ THE LAW EXPENSES. /1 TO PAY
EVERYBODY WONDERED WHY HE ................ CAUGHT RED-HANDED BEFORE. /3 HADN’T BEEN
HE ................ A SOLICITOR FOR MORE THAN A YEAR NOW. /3 HAS BEEN
HE ................ DOWN A STREET NEAR HIS HOME WHEN HE WAS KIDNAPPED. /2 WAS WALKING
HE ................ HAVE COMMITTED THE CRIME! HE WAS IMMOBILIZED IN BED AT THAT TIME! /2 COULDN’T
HE HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ................ AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. /2 TRESPASSING
HE HAS BEEN RELEASED FROM PRISON ................AND IF HE DOES NOT BEHAVE SATIFACTORILY, HE WILL BE SENT BACK/1 ON PROBATION
HE LET ME ................ WHICH OPTION WAS THE BEST FOR MY DIFFICULT SITUATION. /1 DECIDE
HE MADE ME ................ ALL MY CHARGES, THREATENING ME WITH A GUN. /2 DROP
HE WAS CAUGHT ................ STEALING MONEY FROM THE CASH-BOX. /1 RED-HANDED
HE WAS CHARGED ................ ASSAULT AND BATTERY AND TAKEN TO PRISON. /2 WITH
HE WAS CONVICTED TO 10 YEARS OF PRISON AND ................ OF HIS PROPERTY. /4 DEPRIVED
HE WAS INNOCENT! THEY ................ HAVE TAKEN HIM INTO CUSTODY! /1 SHOULDN’T
HE WAS PLACED ................ HOUSE ARREST FOR HIS OWN SAFETY. /3 UNDER
HE WAS PLACED UNDER INVESTIGATION ONLY AFTER THEY ................HARD EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM. /2 HAD FOUND
HE WAS TAKEN ................ CUSTODY FOR SMUGGLING AND RELEASED ................ BAIL THE SAME DAY. /4 INTO, ON
HIS SENTENCE HAS BEEN COMMUTED TO SIX MONTHS ON THE ................ OF FAILING HEALTH. /3 GROUNDS
HIS SENTENCE WAS BY FAR MORE SEVERE THAN EVERYBODY................/3.HAD EXPECTED
HOW LONG AGO ................ YOU ................ AN APPEAL? /3 DID ... MAKE
I ................ IN A COURT OF LAW SINCE MY PARENTS FILED FOR A DIVORCE. /2 HAVEN’T BEEN
I ................ TO SAY ANYTHING UNLESS I AM ALLOWED TO SPEAK TO MY LAWYER. /3 REFUSE
I AM SORRY YOU DIDN’T ASK FOR HELP; I ................ INTRODUCED YOU TO MY LAWYER. /3 COULD HAVE
I LOOK FORWARD TO ................ YOU IN COURT! WE SHALL SETTLE THINGS THEN. /2 SEE
I SAW YOU YESTERDAY, WHILE YOU ................ THAT FAMOUS CRIMINAL. /2 DEFENDED
I SUGGEST ................ UPON THE CASE AFTER A SHORT BREAK. /2 DELIBERATING
I WOULD RATHER ................ THE REST OF MY LIFE IN JAIL THAN CONFESS TO A CRIME I DID NOT COMMIT. /1 SPEND
IF HE DOES NOT CONFESS HIS CRIME, HE ................ SENTENCED TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT. /3 WILL BE
IF YOU CAN’T RESOLVE THE DISPUTE, IT WILL HAVE TO BE SETTLED BY ................ /2 COURT
IN CRIMINAL CASES, THE JUDGE HAS TO DECIDE WHETHER THE ACCUSED IS GUILTY ‘BEYOND ANY ................ DOUBT’. /1 REASONABLE
IS THE DEFENDANT GOING TO ................ GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? /1 PLEAD
JUDGE WILLIAMS ................ TODAY AS JUDGE THOMSON HAS BEEN TAKEN ILL. /3 IS PRESIDING
JUDGES ................ NEVER TAKE BRIBE FROM THE DEFENDANTS. /2 MUST
LET’S ................ A SHORT COFFEE BREAK AND WILL DECIDE AFTERWARDS. /4 TAKE
LOOK OUT! ONE OF THE ROBBERS ................./4 IS GOING TO SHOOT
MANY CIVILIZED COUNTRIES HAVE LONG ABOLISHED THE DEATH ................/1 PENALTY
MR. JOHNSON WAS ................ FIFTY POUNDS FOR DRINKING AND DRIVING. /2 FINED
ONE OF THE KIDNAPPERS ................ TO KILL HIM WHILE THEY WERE DRIVING AWAY. /2 THRETEANED
RIGHT NOW I THINK I AM ................ .COME AND PICK ME UP! /2 BEING FOLLOWED
SHE ................ RELEASED ON BAIL LAST WEEK. /2 WAS
SHE TOLD ME THAT SHE ................ FILING FOR DIVORCE FOR A LONG TIME. /2 HAD BEEN CONSIDERING
SHE WILL SOON ................ TRIAL FOR THE PART SHE PLAYED IN THE RECENT ROBBERY. /4 STAND
SINCE THE DEFENDANT DID NOT HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD, HE GOT AWAY WITH A SMALL................/3 FINE
TED BUNDY WAS A HARDENED CRIMINAL WHO SHOWED NO ................ FOR HIS CRIMES. /3 REMORSE
THE CORRECT SPELLING FOR THE ENGLISH EQUIVALENT OF THE ROMANIAN WORD-OMOR PRIN IMPRUDENTA-IS/3 MANSLAUGHTER
THE CORRECT SPELLING FOR THE ENGLISH OQUIVALENT OF THE ROMANIAN WORD-CONTRABANDIST-IS:3 EMBEZZLES
THE CRIMINAL ................ TO TRIAL IF THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM. /3 WILL BE BROUGHT
THE DEFENDANT WAS ABLE TO PROVE HIS INNOCENCE AT THE TRIAL AND WAS ................ /2 ACQUITTED
THE JUDGE ADMITTED ................ BRIBE FROM ONE OF HIS CLIENTS MONTHS BEFORE THE TRIAL. /3 HAVING TAKEN
THE JUDGE HAS PRONOUNCED................OF TEN YEARS’IMPRISONMENT./3 A SENTENCE
THE JUDGE RECOMMENDED MORE HUMANE FORMS OF PUNISHMENT FOR JUVENILE ................/4 DELINQUENTS
THE JUDGE WILL HEAR THE NEXT ................ AFTER A SHORT BREAK. /4 CASE
THE LEADER OF THE GANG ................ JUST ................ ACQUITTED BY THE COURT OF JUSTICE. /1 HAS...BEEN
THE LEGISLATION SAYS THAT THE JUDGES ................ IMMUNE FROM LEGAL PROCEEDINGS. /1 SHALL BE
THE MAN JUMPED OUT OF THE WINDOW AND COMMITTED ................ /4 SUICIDE
THE MEMBERS OF THE JURY ................ NOW ................ ON THE MURDER CASE. /3 ARE __ DELIBERATING
THE MEMBERS OF THE JURY ................FOR HOURS WHEN THEY FINALLY REACHED A VERDICT. /4 HAD BEEN DELIBERATING
THE NEW HARASSMENT LAW COMES INTO ................ ON SEPTEMBER 15. /1 FORCE
THE POLICE HAVE TO ................ THE LAW, NOT TO TAKE IT INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. /4 ENFORCE
THE POLICE SAID THERE WAS NO SIGN OF A ................ ENTRY EVEN THOUGH THE HOUSE HAD BEEN BURGLED. /3 FORCED
THE SUSPECT ................. UNDER INVESTIGATION LONG BEFORE THE POLICE FOUND IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE. /3 HAD BEEN PLACED
THE VICTIM................ THE LAW INTO HER OWN HANDS BY KILLING HER ATTACKER. /1 TOOK
THE WINDOW IS BROKEN; THE INTRUDER ................ TRIED TO GET INTO THEIR BEDROOM. /4 MUST HAVE
THE WITNESSES WERE STILL BEING HEARD WHEN I ................ THE COURT OF LAW. /1 LEFT
THE WOMAN SITTING IN THE WITNESS .................WILL CERTAINLY COMMIT PERJURY. /2 STAND
THERE WAS NO NEED FOR A TRIAL, BECAUSE THE CLIENT DECIDED TO................AND FORGIVE THE ATTACKER./3 DROP ALL CHERGES
THEY SAID THAT THE NEW CONSTITUTION ................ SOON. /1 WOULD BE VOTED
THIS TIME TOMORROW THEY ................ THE WITNESS. /3 WILL BE CROSS-EXAMINING
TO................MEANS TO GO OR INTRUDE ON THE PROPERTY, PRIVACY OR PRESERVES OF ANOTHER WITH NO RIGHT OR PERMISSION./1 TRESPASS
WE ................ FOR THE VERDICT FOR ALMOST TWO HOURS! THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WRONG. /4 HAVE BEEN WAITING
WE KNEW THAT THE DEFENDANT ................ TO DO SUCH A THING. /3 WOULD NEVER BE ABLE
WHILE HE ................ TRIED IN HIS ABSENCE, HIS WIFE WAS SITTING IN THE COURT OF LAW, WAITING FOR THE VERDICT. /1 IS BEING
WHILE THE PEOPLE ................ FOR THE VERDICT, THE JUDGE WAS TALKING TO THE DEFENDANT ABOUT THE WEATHER. /3 WERE WAITING
WILKINSON IS ALLEGED TO HAVE ................ A NUMBER OF SERIOUS CRIMES. /3 COMMITTED
WOULD YOU MIND ................ UP WHEN THE VERDICT IS PRONOUNCED? /4 STANDING
YOU CAN’T HAVE BURGLED THE HOUSE ALONE, SO WHO WAS YOUR ................ ? /2 ACCOMPLICE
YOU CANNOT ENTER THIS ROOM. THE WITNESS ................ CROSS EXAMINED RIGHT THIS MOMENT. /1 IS BEING
YOU HAD BETTER ................ YOUR CRIMES RIGHT NOW, WHEN YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE. /3 CONFESS


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 Post subject: subiecte engleza DAP 1
PostPosted: 19/02/2007 08:43 
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................ HIS CRIMINAL RECORD BEEN ................ TO THE SLIGHTEST DETAIL? /3 HAS ___ BEEN CHECKED
................ IS THE FALSE MAKING OR ALTERING OF ANY DOCUMENT THAT EITHER HAS LEGAL SIGNIFICANCE OR IS COMMONLY RELIED UPON IN BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS. /4 FORGERY
................ MY SOLICITOR TOMORROW; I AM CHANGING MY WILL. /1 AM SEEING
................ THE JURY ................ A VERDICT? /2 HAS ... REACHED
................ TO REPRESENT YOURSELF IN THE TRIAL? /2 ARE YOU GOING
................IS DEFINED AS GIVING OR PROMISSING TO GIVE A PUBLIC OFFICIAL SOMETHING OF VALUE WITH A CORRUPTINTENTION TO INFLUENCE THE OFFICIAL IN THE DISCHARGE OF HIS OR HER OFFICIAL DUTY./3 BRIBERY
................MEANS MONEY PAIDBY OR FOR A PERSON ACCUSED OF ACRIME AS SECURITY THAT HE WILL RETURN FOR HE TRIAL IF HE IS ALLOWED TO GO FREE UNTIL THEN./3 BAIL
...MEANS CATCHING GAME BIRDS, ANIMALS OR FISH WITHOUT PERMISSION ON SOMEBODY ELSE’S PROPERTY/4 POACHING
‘FIND ME A GOOD LAWYER! I DON’T WANT TO RISK ................ THE REST OF MY LIFE IN JAIL.’ /1 SPENDING
‘I AM A LAW- ................ CITIZEN, I COULD NEVER BREAK THE LAW!’ /3 OBEYING
‘I OBJECT, YOUR HONOUR, THE LAWYER IS ................ THE WITNESS! /4 LEADING
‘I STRONGLY OBJECT TO ................ TREATED LIKE A HARDENED CRIMINAL!’ /3 BEING
‘I’M SORRY YOUR HONOUR, BUT I CAN’ T HELP ................ WHEN I SPEAK ABOUT MY SON.’ /1 CRYING
‘SHALL WE PROCEED? IT’S NO USE ................ FOR THE WITNESS!’ /3 WAITING
‘YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO ENTER MY HOUSE WITHOUT A SEARCH ................ .’ /2 WARRANT
A JUDGE ................ OF HIS OFFICE IF HE NO LONGER FULFILS THE LEGAL CONDITIONS. /3 MAY BE DEPRIVED
A PERSON WHO ENTERS A BUILDING ILLEGALLY, ESPECIALLY BY FORCE, IN ORDER TO STEAL/1 A BURGLAR
A PERSON WHO STEALS MONEY, ETC. FOM OTHER PEOPLE’S POCKETS,ESPECIALLY IN CROWDED PLACES/2 A PICKPOCKET
A PERSON WHO STWALS MONEY PLACED IN HIS CARE/3 A FORGERER
A PERSON WHO TAKES PEOPLE HOSTAGE FOR A RANSOM IS CALLED A................/3 KIDNAPPER
A PERSON WHO WILLFULLY GIVES A FALSE STATEMENT WHILE UNDER OATH , CONCERNING A MATERIAL MATTER IN A JUDICIAR PROCEEDING IS SAID TO COMMIT................/3 PERJURY
A THREAT OF ATTACK TO ANOTHER PERSON, FOLLOWED BY ACTUAL ATTACK WHICH NEED AMOUNT ONLY TO TOUCHING WITH HOSTILE INTENT IS CALLED ................ ./2 ASSAULT AND BATTERY
A................ WILL BE APPOINTED TO INVESTIGATE THE VIOLENT AND SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF THE TEENAGER. /3 CORONER
A................IS A LAWYER WHO PREPARES LEGAL DOCUMENTS, ADVISES CLIENTS ON LEGAL MATTERS AND SPEAKS FOR THEM IN LAWER COURTS./1 SOLICITOR
A................IS SOMEONE WHO TESTIFIES, ESPECIALLY IN A COURT OF LAW, TO EVENTS OR FACTS WITHIN HIS OWN KNOWLEDGE./3 WITNESS
AFTER TEN HOURS, THE JURY FINALLY REACHED ITS................:THE PRISONER WAS GUILTY./VERDICT
AFTER THEY PRONOUNCED THE VERDICT, THE JUDGE ................. THE CASE. /1 DISMISSED
ALL HIS FRIENDS THOUGHT HE WAS GUILTY, BUT NO ONE COULD ................ ANYTHING AGAINST HIM. /4 PROVE
ANY SENTENCE HAS TO BE IMPOSED ................ LIMITS THAT HAVE BEEN FIXED BY THE LEGISLATURE. /2 WITHIN
ANY WITNESS SHALL TAKE AN OATH THAT THE................HE/SHE IS ABOUT TO GIVE SHALL BE THE TRUTH, AND THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH./2 TESTIMONY
AS HE DIDN’T HAVE A CRIMINAL ................ , THE JUDGE SENTENCED HIM TO 50 HOURS OF COMMUNITY WORK. /3 RECORD
AS HE WAS SUSPECTED ................ DRUG TRAFFIC, HE WAS PLACED ................ INVESTIGATION. 4 OF, UNDER
AS IT WAS HER FIRST OFFENCE, THE JUDGE GAVE HER A ................ SENTENCE. /2 LENIENT
AS SOON AS I ................ FROM MY LAWYER, I WILL LET YOU KNOW. /1 WILL HEAR
AS SOON AS THE JURY ................ THE VERDICT, THE CASE WAS DISMISSED. /1 HAD PRONOUNCED
AS SOON AS THE SEARCH WARRANT ................ THEY WILL BE ALLOWED TO LOOK FOR THE DOCUMENTS. /2 WILL BE ISSUED
AS THE RESULT OF A POLICE ................ ON THE DISCO, TWENTY TEENAGERS WERE ARRESTED. /2 RAID
BEFORE TAKING UP HIS DUTY, EACH JUDGE ................ AN OATH TO RESPECT HIS RESPONSABILITIES. /1 TAKES
BEFORE THE TRIAL BEGINS, THE JURORS ................ TO DECIDE THE FACTS FAIRLY. /3 SWEAR
BY THE END OF THIS YEAR HE ................ TEN YEARS IN PRISON. /3 WILL HAVE SPENT
BY THE TIME YOU REACH THE COURT, HE ................ RELEASED ON BAIL. /2 WILL HAVE BEEN
BY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR, HE ................ HIS PRISON SENTENCE. /2 WILL HAVE SERVED
DETECTIVES ARE SAID TO BE ................ INTO THE CAUSES OF THE RECENT FIRE. /1 LOOKING
EVERYBODY HATES ................ THE LAW EXPENSES. /1 TO PAY
EVERYBODY WONDERED WHY HE ................ CAUGHT RED-HANDED BEFORE. /3 HADN’T BEEN
HE ................ A SOLICITOR FOR MORE THAN A YEAR NOW. /3 HAS BEEN
HE ................ DOWN A STREET NEAR HIS HOME WHEN HE WAS KIDNAPPED. /2 WAS WALKING
HE ................ HAVE COMMITTED THE CRIME! HE WAS IMMOBILIZED IN BED AT THAT TIME! /2 COULDN’T
HE HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ................ AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. /2 TRESPASSING
HE HAS BEEN RELEASED FROM PRISON ................AND IF HE DOES NOT BEHAVE SATIFACTORILY, HE WILL BE SENT BACK/1 ON PROBATION
HE LET ME ................ WHICH OPTION WAS THE BEST FOR MY DIFFICULT SITUATION. /1 DECIDE
HE MADE ME ................ ALL MY CHARGES, THREATENING ME WITH A GUN. /2 DROP
HE WAS CAUGHT ................ STEALING MONEY FROM THE CASH-BOX. /1 RED-HANDED
HE WAS CHARGED ................ ASSAULT AND BATTERY AND TAKEN TO PRISON. /2 WITH
HE WAS CONVICTED TO 10 YEARS OF PRISON AND ................ OF HIS PROPERTY. /4 DEPRIVED
HE WAS INNOCENT! THEY ................ HAVE TAKEN HIM INTO CUSTODY! /1 SHOULDN’T
HE WAS PLACED ................ HOUSE ARREST FOR HIS OWN SAFETY. /3 UNDER
HE WAS PLACED UNDER INVESTIGATION ONLY AFTER THEY ................HARD EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM. /2 HAD FOUND
HE WAS TAKEN ................ CUSTODY FOR SMUGGLING AND RELEASED ................ BAIL THE SAME DAY. /4 INTO, ON
HIS SENTENCE HAS BEEN COMMUTED TO SIX MONTHS ON THE ................ OF FAILING HEALTH. /3 GROUNDS
HIS SENTENCE WAS BY FAR MORE SEVERE THAN EVERYBODY................/3.HAD EXPECTED
HOW LONG AGO ................ YOU ................ AN APPEAL? /3 DID ... MAKE
I ................ IN A COURT OF LAW SINCE MY PARENTS FILED FOR A DIVORCE. /2 HAVEN’T BEEN
I ................ TO SAY ANYTHING UNLESS I AM ALLOWED TO SPEAK TO MY LAWYER. /3 REFUSE
I AM SORRY YOU DIDN’T ASK FOR HELP; I ................ INTRODUCED YOU TO MY LAWYER. /3 COULD HAVE
I LOOK FORWARD TO ................ YOU IN COURT! WE SHALL SETTLE THINGS THEN. /2 SEE
I SAW YOU YESTERDAY, WHILE YOU ................ THAT FAMOUS CRIMINAL. /2 DEFENDED
I SUGGEST ................ UPON THE CASE AFTER A SHORT BREAK. /2 DELIBERATING
I WOULD RATHER ................ THE REST OF MY LIFE IN JAIL THAN CONFESS TO A CRIME I DID NOT COMMIT. /1 SPEND
IF HE DOES NOT CONFESS HIS CRIME, HE ................ SENTENCED TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT. /3 WILL BE
IF YOU CAN’T RESOLVE THE DISPUTE, IT WILL HAVE TO BE SETTLED BY ................ /2 COURT
IN CRIMINAL CASES, THE JUDGE HAS TO DECIDE WHETHER THE ACCUSED IS GUILTY ‘BEYOND ANY ................ DOUBT’. /1 REASONABLE
IS THE DEFENDANT GOING TO ................ GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? /1 PLEAD
JUDGE WILLIAMS ................ TODAY AS JUDGE THOMSON HAS BEEN TAKEN ILL. /3 IS PRESIDING
JUDGES ................ NEVER TAKE BRIBE FROM THE DEFENDANTS. /2 MUST
LET’S ................ A SHORT COFFEE BREAK AND WILL DECIDE AFTERWARDS. /4 TAKE
LOOK OUT! ONE OF THE ROBBERS ................./4 IS GOING TO SHOOT
MANY CIVILIZED COUNTRIES HAVE LONG ABOLISHED THE DEATH ................/1 PENALTY
MR. JOHNSON WAS ................ FIFTY POUNDS FOR DRINKING AND DRIVING. /2 FINED
ONE OF THE KIDNAPPERS ................ TO KILL HIM WHILE THEY WERE DRIVING AWAY. /2 THRETEANED
RIGHT NOW I THINK I AM ................ .COME AND PICK ME UP! /2 BEING FOLLOWED
SHE ................ RELEASED ON BAIL LAST WEEK. /2 WAS
SHE TOLD ME THAT SHE ................ FILING FOR DIVORCE FOR A LONG TIME. /2 HAD BEEN CONSIDERING
SHE WILL SOON ................ TRIAL FOR THE PART SHE PLAYED IN THE RECENT ROBBERY. /4 STAND
SINCE THE DEFENDANT DID NOT HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD, HE GOT AWAY WITH A SMALL................/3 FINE
TED BUNDY WAS A HARDENED CRIMINAL WHO SHOWED NO ................ FOR HIS CRIMES. /3 REMORSE
THE CORRECT SPELLING FOR THE ENGLISH EQUIVALENT OF THE ROMANIAN WORD-OMOR PRIN IMPRUDENTA-IS/3 MANSLAUGHTER
THE CORRECT SPELLING FOR THE ENGLISH OQUIVALENT OF THE ROMANIAN WORD-CONTRABANDIST-IS:3 EMBEZZLES
THE CRIMINAL ................ TO TRIAL IF THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM. /3 WILL BE BROUGHT
THE DEFENDANT WAS ABLE TO PROVE HIS INNOCENCE AT THE TRIAL AND WAS ................ /2 ACQUITTED
THE JUDGE ADMITTED ................ BRIBE FROM ONE OF HIS CLIENTS MONTHS BEFORE THE TRIAL. /3 HAVING TAKEN
THE JUDGE HAS PRONOUNCED................OF TEN YEARS’IMPRISONMENT./3 A SENTENCE
THE JUDGE RECOMMENDED MORE HUMANE FORMS OF PUNISHMENT FOR JUVENILE ................/4 DELINQUENTS
THE JUDGE WILL HEAR THE NEXT ................ AFTER A SHORT BREAK. /4 CASE
THE LEADER OF THE GANG ................ JUST ................ ACQUITTED BY THE COURT OF JUSTICE. /1 HAS...BEEN
THE LEGISLATION SAYS THAT THE JUDGES ................ IMMUNE FROM LEGAL PROCEEDINGS. /1 SHALL BE
THE MAN JUMPED OUT OF THE WINDOW AND COMMITTED ................ /4 SUICIDE
THE MEMBERS OF THE JURY ................ NOW ................ ON THE MURDER CASE. /3 ARE __ DELIBERATING
THE MEMBERS OF THE JURY ................FOR HOURS WHEN THEY FINALLY REACHED A VERDICT. /4 HAD BEEN DELIBERATING
THE NEW HARASSMENT LAW COMES INTO ................ ON SEPTEMBER 15. /1 FORCE
THE POLICE HAVE TO ................ THE LAW, NOT TO TAKE IT INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. /4 ENFORCE
THE POLICE SAID THERE WAS NO SIGN OF A ................ ENTRY EVEN THOUGH THE HOUSE HAD BEEN BURGLED. /3 FORCED
THE SUSPECT ................. UNDER INVESTIGATION LONG BEFORE THE POLICE FOUND IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE. /3 HAD BEEN PLACED
THE VICTIM................ THE LAW INTO HER OWN HANDS BY KILLING HER ATTACKER. /1 TOOK
THE WINDOW IS BROKEN; THE INTRUDER ................ TRIED TO GET INTO THEIR BEDROOM. /4 MUST HAVE
THE WITNESSES WERE STILL BEING HEARD WHEN I ................ THE COURT OF LAW. /1 LEFT
THE WOMAN SITTING IN THE WITNESS .................WILL CERTAINLY COMMIT PERJURY. /2 STAND
THERE WAS NO NEED FOR A TRIAL, BECAUSE THE CLIENT DECIDED TO................AND FORGIVE THE ATTACKER./3 DROP ALL CHERGES
THEY SAID THAT THE NEW CONSTITUTION ................ SOON. /1 WOULD BE VOTED
THIS TIME TOMORROW THEY ................ THE WITNESS. /3 WILL BE CROSS-EXAMINING
TO................MEANS TO GO OR INTRUDE ON THE PROPERTY, PRIVACY OR PRESERVES OF ANOTHER WITH NO RIGHT OR PERMISSION./1 TRESPASS
WE ................ FOR THE VERDICT FOR ALMOST TWO HOURS! THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WRONG. /4 HAVE BEEN WAITING
WE KNEW THAT THE DEFENDANT ................ TO DO SUCH A THING. /3 WOULD NEVER BE ABLE
WHILE HE ................ TRIED IN HIS ABSENCE, HIS WIFE WAS SITTING IN THE COURT OF LAW, WAITING FOR THE VERDICT. /1 IS BEING
WHILE THE PEOPLE ................ FOR THE VERDICT, THE JUDGE WAS TALKING TO THE DEFENDANT ABOUT THE WEATHER. /3 WERE WAITING
WILKINSON IS ALLEGED TO HAVE ................ A NUMBER OF SERIOUS CRIMES. /3 COMMITTED
WOULD YOU MIND ................ UP WHEN THE VERDICT IS PRONOUNCED? /4 STANDING
YOU CAN’T HAVE BURGLED THE HOUSE ALONE, SO WHO WAS YOUR ................ ? /2 ACCOMPLICE
YOU CANNOT ENTER THIS ROOM. THE WITNESS ................ CROSS EXAMINED RIGHT THIS MOMENT. /1 IS BEING
YOU HAD BETTER ................ YOUR CRIMES RIGHT NOW, WHEN YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE. /3 CONFESS


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MULTIPLE CHOICE
1) A person who steals money placed in his care.
1 a forger
2 an arsonist
3 an embezzler
4 a poacher
Raspuns : 3

2) ................ means catching game birds, animals or fish without permission on somebody else's property.
1 hunting
2 stealing
3 trespassing
4 poaching
Raspuns : 4

3) A person who enters a building illegally, especially by force, in order to steal.
1 a burglar
2 a robber
3 a hooligan
4 a vandal
Raspuns : 1

4) A person who steals money, etc from other people's pockets, especially in crowded places.
1 a thief
2 a pickpocket
3 a shoplifter
4 a robber
Raspuns : 2

5) The judge has pronounced .......................... of ten years'imprisonment.
1 an accusation
2 a punishment
3 a sentence
4 a conviction
Raspuns : 3

6) The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word - contrabandist - is:
1 imbezzler
2 embezler
3 embezzler
4 embezller
Raspuns : 3

7) He has been released from prison .................... and if he does not behave satisfactorily, he will be sent back.
1 on probation
2 on remission
3 into custody
4 on testing
Raspuns : 1

8) There was no need for a trial, because the client decided to .................... and forgive the attacker.
1 serve his sentence
2 appear in court
3 drop all the charges
4 commute his sentence
Raspuns : 3

9) ............... means money paid by or for a person accused of a crime, as security that he will return for his trial if he is allowed to go free until then.
1 Probation
2 Bribe
3 Bail
4 Fine
Raspuns : 3

10) A .................... is a lawyer who prepares legal documents, advises clients on legal matters and speaks for them in lower courts.
1 solicitor
2 prosecutor
3 judge
4 barrister
Raspuns : 1

11) A person who takes people hostage for a ransom is called a .......................
1 hijacker
2 bandit
3 kidnapper
4 rapist
Raspuns : 3

12) The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word - omor prin imprudenţă - is:
1 menslaughter
2 manslother
3 manslaughter
4 manslauther
Raspuns : 3

13) After ten hours, the Jury finally reached its ................: the prisoner was guilty.
1 sentence
2 verdict
3 point
4 conclusion
Raspuns : 2

14) A person who willfully gives a false statement while under oath, concerning a material matter in a judicial proceeding is said to commit .................. .
1 slander
2 bribery
3 perjury
4 treason
Raspuns : 3

15) A ....................... is someone who testifies, especially in a court of law to events or facts within his own knowledge.
1 registrar
2 spectator
3 witness
4 friend
Raspuns : 3

16) Any witness shall take an oath that the .................. he/she is about to give shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
1 confession
2 testimony
3 verdict
4 statement
Raspuns : 2

17) To .................... means to go or intrude on the property, privacy, or preserves of another with no right or permission.
1 trespass
2 forge
3 break in
4 burgle
Raspuns : 1

18) .................. is defined as giving or promising to give a public official something of value with a corrupt intention to influence the official in the discharge of his or her official duty.
1 Forgery
2 Larceny
3 Bribery
4 Perjury
Raspuns : 3

19) ..................... is the false making or altering of any document that either has legal
significance or is commonly relied upon in business transactions.
1 Deceit
2 Smuggling
3 Corruption
4 Forgery
Raspuns : 4

20) Since the defendant did not have a criminal record, he got away with a small ........... .
1 ransom
2 punishment
3 fine
4 ticket
Raspuns : 3

21) The woman sitting in the witness ............ will certainly commit perjury.
1 box
2 stand
3 seat
4 bench
Raspuns : 1

22) A .............. will be appointed to investigate the violent and suspicious death of the teenager.
1 prosecutor
2 doctor
3 coroner
4 judge
Raspuns : 3

23) He was caught ..................... stealing money from the cash-box.
1 red-handed
2 heavy-handed
3 light-fingered
4 heavy-set
Raspuns : 1

24) You can't have burgled the house alone, so who was your ............... ?
1 ally
2 accomplice
3 assistant
4 associate
Raspuns : 2

25) Wilkinson is alleged to have ................... a number of serious crimes.
1 done
2 made
3 committed
4 discharged
Raspuns : 3

26) She will soon ................. trial for the part she played in the recent robbery.
1 give
2 perform
3 make
4 stand
Raspuns : 4

27) Detectives are said to be ....................... into the causes of the recent fire.
1 looking
2 investigating
3 checking
4 searching
Raspuns : 2

28) The victim ............... the law into her own hands by killing her attacker.
1 took
2 seized
3 grabbed
4 put
Raspuns : 1

29) 'I object, Your Honour, the lawyer is ................. the witness!'
1 harassing
2 intimidating
3 offending
4 leading
Raspuns : 4

30) Many civilized countries have long abolished the death .................
1 penalty
2 punishment
3 conviction
4 sentence
Raspuns : 1

31) A threat of attack to another person, followed by actual attack which need amount only to touching with hostile intent is called .....................
1 rape
2 assault and battery
3 threat
4 vandalism
Raspuns : 2

32) The man jumped out of the window and committed ................
1 death
2 homicide
3 murder
4 suicide
Raspuns : 4

33) The police said there was no sign of a .......... entry even though the house had been burgled.
1 broken
2 burst
3 forced
4 smashed
Raspuns : 3

34) He was placed ............ house arrest for his own safety.
1 on
2 in
3 under
4 within
Raspuns : 3

35) Is the defendant going to ............ guilty or not guilty?
1 plead
2 play
3 appeal
4 appear
Raspuns : 1

36) Mr. Johnson was ............... fifty pounds for drinking and driving.
1 charged
2 fined
3 ordered
4 penalized
Raspuns : 2

37) As it was her first offence, the judge gave her a ............... sentence.
1 kind
2 lenient
3 severe
4 tolerant
Raspuns : 2

38) The defendant was able to prove his innocence at the trial and was ..................... .
1 absolved
2 acquitted
3 forgiven
4 pardoned
Raspuns : 2

39) Ted Bundy was a hardened criminal who showed no .................. for his crimes.
1 penance
2 pity
3 remorse
4 reproach
Raspuns : 3

40) His sentence has been commuted to six months on the ................ of failing health.
1 bases
2 causes
3 grounds
4 reasons
Raspuns : 3

41) He was convicted to 10 years of prison and ................. of his property.
1 confiscated
2 denied
3 removed
4 deprived
Raspuns : 4

42) The judge recommended more humane forms of punishment for juvenile ......................
1 convicts
2 villains
3 sinners
4 delinquents
Raspuns : 4

43) If you can't resolve the dispute, it will have to be settled by.......................
1 arbitration
2 court
3 election
4 referee
Raspuns : 2

44) All his friends thought he was guilty, but no one could ................ anything against him.
1 accuse
2 ensure
3 point
4 prove
Raspuns : 4

45) I ............... to say anything unless I am allowed to speak to my lawyer.
1 deny
2 neglect
3 refuse
4 resist
Raspuns : 3

46) The new harassment law comes into ............... on September 15.
1 force
2 condition
3 date
4 power
Raspuns : 1

47) As the result of a police ............. on the disco, twenty teenagers were arrested.
1 invasion
2 raid
3 intrusion
4 entry
Raspuns : 2

48) The police have to ................... the law, not to take it into their own hands.
1 press
2 break
3 force
4 enforce
Raspuns : 4

49) He was charged .............. assault and battery and taken to prison.
1 of
2 with
3 on
4 in
Raspuns : 2

50) As he was suspected ........... drug traffic, he was placed .............. investigation.
1 on, on
2 of, into
3 with, under
4 of, under
Raspuns : 4

51) He was taken ......... custody for smuggling and released ........... bail the same day.
1 into, with
2 in, on
3 to, with
4 into, on
Raspuns : 4

52) 'You have no right to enter my house without a search .................... .'
1 permit
2 warrant
3 authorisation
4 licence
Raspuns : 2

53) As he didn't have a criminal ............., the judge sentenced him to 50 hours of community
work.
1 case
2 file
3 record
4 dossier
Raspuns : 3

54) The judge will hear the next ............ after a short break.
1 lawsuit
2 trial
3 charge
4 case
Raspuns : 4

55) After they pronounced the verdict, the judge .................. the case.
1 dismissed
2 discharged
3 declined
4 removed
Raspuns : 1

56) 'I am a law-................... citizen, I could never break the law!'
1 respecting
2 abiding
3 obeying
4 breaking
Raspuns : 2

57) Before the trial begins, the jurors ................ to decide the facts fairly.
1 promise
2 declare
3 swear
4 guarantee
Raspuns : 3

58) In criminal cases, the judge has to decide whether the accused is guilty 'beyond any ..................... doubt'.
1 reasonable
2 unresolved
3 probable
4 uncertain
Raspuns : 1

59) Any sentence has to be imposed ................ limits that have been fixed by the legislature.
1 inside
2 within
3 outside
4 under
Raspuns : 2

60) Judge Williams ........................ today as judge Thomson has been taken ill.
1 presides
2 will preside
3 is presiding
4 presided
Raspuns : 3

61) Before taking up his duty, each judge ............. an oath to respect his responsabilities.
1 takes
2 is taking
3 took
4 has taken
Raspuns : 1

62) He ................... a solicitor for more than a year now.
1 was
2 had been
3 has been
4 is
Raspuns : 3

63) We ......................... for the verdict for almost two hours! There must be something wrong.
1 are waiting
2 were waiting
3 waited
4 have been waiting
Raspuns : 1

64) Judges ............ never take bribe from the defendants.
1 should
2 must
3 can
4 will
Raspuns : 4

65) The window is broken; the intruder ............... tried to get into their bedroom.
1 can have
2 should have
3 would have
4 must have
Raspuns : 4

66) Everybody hates ..................... the law expenses.
1 to pay
2 paying
3 to be paid
4 to be paying
Raspuns : 1

67) She .................... released on bail last week.
1 has been
2 was
3 will be
4 had been
Raspuns : 2

68) The members of the jury ....... now ................... on the murder case.
1 is __ deliberating
2 were __ deliberating
3 are __ deliberating
Raspuns : 3

69) ............ the jury .................. a verdict?
1 Have ... reached
2 Has ... reached
3 Had ... reached
4 Did .... reach
Raspuns : 4

70) By the time you reach the Court, he ........................... released on bail.
1 had been
2 will have been
3 has been
4 was
Raspuns : 2

71) While the people ......................... for the verdict, the judge was talking to the defendant
about the weather.
1 had been waiting
2 are waiting
3 were waiting
4 wait
Raspuns : 3

72) He was innocent! They ................. have taken him into custody!
1 shouldn't
2 mustn't
3 needn't
4 can't
Raspuns : 1

73) He ................ have committed the crime! He was immobilized in bed at that time!
1 mustn't
2 couldn't
3 wouldn't
4 shouldn't
Raspuns : 2

74) I look forward to ...................you in Court! We shall settle things then.
1 seeing
2 see
3 have seen
4 saw
Raspuns : 2

75) Right now I think I am ....................... . Come and pick me up!
1 followed
2 being followed
3 been followed
4 following
Raspuns : 2

76) The leader of the gang ...... just ............ acquitted by the court of justice.
1 has...been
2 had...been
3 was...been
4 is ...
Raspuns : 1

77) He ....................... down a street near his home when he was kidnapped.
1 walked
2 was walking
3 had been walking
4 is walking
Raspuns : 2

78) One of the kidnappers ................ to kill him while they were driving away.
1 threatens
2 threteaned
3 is threatening
4 had threthened
Raspuns : 2

79) How long ago ....... you .......... an appeal?
1 did ... made
2 had ...made
3 did ... make
4 were ... made
Raspuns : 3

80) I saw you yesterday, while you ................... that famous criminal.
1 were defending
2 defended
3 had been defending
4 defending
Raspuns : 1

81) He was placed under investigation only after they .............. hard evidence against him.
1 found
2 had found
3 has found
4 finded
Raspuns : 2

82) His sentence was by far more severe than everybody ......................... .
1 expected
2 was expecting
3 had expected
4 has expected
Raspuns : 3

83) As soon as the jury .................. the verdict, the case was dismissed.
1 had pronounced
2 pronounced
3 has pronounced
4 pronounces
Raspuns : 2
84) Everybody wondered why he ................. caught red-handed before.
1 hasn't been
2 wasn't
3 hadn't been
4 wouldn't be
Raspuns : 3

85) The members of the jury ................. for hours when they finally reached a verdict.
1 were deliberating
2 deliberated
3 have been deliberating
4 had been deliberating
Raspuns : 4

86) The witnesses were still being heard when I ............. the court of law.
1 left
2 leaved
3 was leaving
4 had left
Raspuns : 1

87) She told me that she ..................... filing for divorce for a long time.
1 considered
2 had been considering
3 would consider
4 has been considering
Raspuns : 2

88) This time tomorrow they .................... the witness.
1 will cross-examine
2 would cross-examine
3 will be cross-examining
4 are cross-examining
Raspuns : 3

89) ............................ to represent yourself in the trial?
1 Will you
2 Are you going
3 You are going
4 Will you be
Raspuns : 2

90) By the end of this year he ........................ ten years in prison.
1 will be spending
2 will spend
3 will have spent
4 has spent
Raspuns : 3

91) Look out! One of the robbers .......................... .
1 will shoot
2 is shooting
3 was shooting
4 is going to shoot
Raspuns : 4

92) I ....................... my solicitor tomorrow; I am changing my will.
1 am seeing
2 will see
3 see
4 would see
Raspuns : 1

93) I ......................... in a court of law since my parents filed for a divorce.
1 wasn't
2 haven't been
3 won't be
4 hadn't been
Raspuns : 2

94) As soon as I .............. from my lawyer, I will let you know.
1 will hear
2 heard
3 will have heard
4 hear
Raspuns : 4

95) We knew that the defendant .............. to do such a thing.
1 will never be able
2 are never able
3 would never be able
4 can never
Raspuns : 3

96) They said that the new constitution ....................... soon.
1 would be voted
2 will be voted
3 would vote
4 is voted
Raspuns : 1

97) By this time next year, he ..................... his prison sentence.
1 would have served
2 will have served
3 will serve
4 is serving
Raspuns : 2

98) I am sorry you didn't ask for help; I ....................... introduced you to my lawyer.
1 can't have
2 must have
3 could have
4 was able to
Raspuns : 3

99) The legislation says that the judges ........................ immune from legal proceedings.
1 shall be
2 will be
3 should be
4 must be
Raspuns : 1

100) A judge ................... of his office if he no longer fulfils the legal conditions.
1 can be deprive
2 must deprive
3 may be deprived
4 may been deprived
Raspuns : 3

101) The criminal ....................... to trial if there is enough evidence against him.
1 would be brought
2 will have been brought
3 will be brought
4 was brought
Raspuns : 3

102) As soon as the search warrant ..................... they will be allowed to look for the documents.
1 has been issued
2 will be issued
3 was issued
4 had been issued
Raspuns : 2

103) ................ his criminal record ..................... to the slightest detail?
1 Was ___ checked
2 Has ___ being checked
3 Has ___ been checked
4 Would ___ been checked
Raspuns : 3

104) You cannot enter this room. The witness ..................... cross examined right this moment.
1 is being
2 is
3 will be
4 has being
Raspuns : 1

105) If he does not confess his crime, he .................... sentenced to life imprisonment.
1 was
2 would be
3 will be
4 has been
Raspuns : 3

106) While he ....................... tried in his absence, his wife was sitting in the Court of Law,
waiting for the verdict.
1 is being
2 was being
3 had been
4 will be
Raspuns : 2

107) The suspect ............... under investigation long before the police found irrefutable evidence.
1 was placed
2 has been placed
3 had been placed
4 will be placed
Raspuns : 3

108) You had better .................... your crimes right now, when you still have a chance.
1 to confess
2 confessing
3 confess
4 confessed
Raspuns : 3

109) 'Find me a good lawyer! I don't want to risk .................. the rest of my life in jail.'
1 spending
2 to spend
3 having spended
4 spend
Raspuns : 1

110) 'Shall we proceed? It's no use .................... for the witness!'
1 to wait
2 having to wait
3 waiting
4 wait
Raspuns : 3

111) 'I'm sorry Your Honour, but I can' t help ................... when I speak about my son.'
1 crying
2 not to cry
3 not crying
4 cry
Raspuns : 1

112) I suggest ...................... upon the case after a short break.
1 to deliberate
2 deliberating
3 to be deliberating
4 deliberate
Raspuns : 1

113) The judge admitted ..................... bribe from one of his clients months before the trial.
1 to take
2 to be taking
3 having taken
4 having took
Raspuns : 3

114) He has been charged with .................... and taken into custody.
1 tresapass
2 trespassing
3 tresspassing
4 to trespass
Raspuns : 1

115) Would you mind .................... up when the verdict is pronounced?
1 to stand
2 stand
3 being stand
4 standing
Raspuns : 4

116) I would rather .......... the rest of my life in jail than confess to a crime I did not commit.
1 spend
2 to spend
3 spending
4 spent
Raspuns : 1

117) He made me .............. all my charges, threatening me with a gun.
1 to drop
2 drop
3 dropping
4 to have dropped
Raspuns : 2

118) He let me .............. which option was the best for my difficult situation.
1 decide
2 deciding
3 to decide
4 being to decide
Raspuns : 1

119) 'I strongly object to ................... treated like a hardened criminal!'
1 be
2 is
3 being
4 been
Raspuns : 3

120) Let's ............. a short coffee break and will decide afterwards.
1 taking
2 to take
3 took
4 take
Raspuns : 4

Drept_1_LE_1 .......................
DREPT Limba engleza 1


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hello,
Bafta celor din anul I ID la engleza astazi!
Sper sa fie un martisor frumos!
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sper sa va ajute aceasta modalitate de a invata conjugarileVerbul



In limba engleza sunt doua categorii de verbe:
-verbe regulate
-verbe neregulate

Verbele regulate:

Cele mai multe verbe in limba engleza sunt regulate. Ele se conjuga astfel:

Indicativ prezent :

I call I do not call
You call You do not call
He calls He does not call
She calls She does not call

We call We do not call
You call You do not call
They call They do not ask


Forma interogativa: Forma interogativ-negativa:

Do I call ? Don't I call ?
Do you call ? Don't you call ?
Does he call ? Doesn't he call ?
Does she call ? Doesn't she call ?

Do we call ? Don't we call ?
Do you call ? Don't you call ?
Do they call ? Don't they call ?




- - - La indiativ prezent, numai prsoana a treia (III-a) singular, verbele primesc un "-s",

celelalte ramanand neschimbate.

- - - Pentru verbele terminate in "ch", "sh", "ss", "x" - la persoana III-a singular va fi

"-es".

- - - Verbele terminate in "y" precedate de o consoana, schimba pe "y" in "i" si primesc

terminatia "-es".

- - - Verbele terminate in "o" primesc terminatia "-es"


Toate verbele din limba engleza (cu exceptia celor doua verbe auxiliare: HAVE = a avea si

BE = a fi) se conjuga la formele simple interogative si negative cu ajutorul auxiliarului

DO/DOES.


Past tense :

La Imperfect si Perfect Simplu verbele neregulate primesc terminatia "-ed".

I called
You called
He called
she called

We called
You called
They called

Forma negativa:

I did not call
You did not call
He did not call
She did not call

We did not call
You did not call
They did not call

Forma interogativa: Forma interogatv-negativa:

Did I call ? Didn't I call ?
Did you call ? Didn't you call ?
Did she call ? Didn't she call ?
Did he call ? Didn't he call ?

Did we call ? Didn't we call ?
Did you call ? Didn't you call ?
Did they call ? Didn't they call ?


Future Tense:

Viitorul in limba engleza se formeaza cu ajutorul verbelor auxiliare SHALL/WILL urmate de

infinitiv.
- auxiliarul SHALL - pentru persoana I singular si plural
- auxiliarul Will - pentru restul persoanelor

I shall call
You will call
He will call
She will call

We shall call
You will call
They will call

Forma negativa :

I shall not (shan't) call
You will not call
He will not call

We shall not call
You will not call
They will not call

Forma interogativa :

Shall I call ?
Will you call ?
Will he call ?
Will she call ?

Shall we call ?
will you call ?
Will they call ?

Mai-mult-ca-perfect(past perfect):

M.m.c.p se formeaza cu ajutorul verbului auxiliar HAVE la trecur (adica HAD) +participiu

trecut al verbului.

I had called
You had called
He had called
She had called

We had called
You had called
They had called


Conditionalul prezent
:
Se formeaza cu verbele auxiliarele SHOULD/WOULD + infinitivul verbului.

I should call
You would call
...

Conditionalul trecut :

Se formeaza din conditionalul prezent al verbului HAVE + participiu trecut al verbului

I should have called
you would have called
He would have called
She would have called

We should have called
You would have called
They would have called

Participiu prezent:

Se formeaza adaugand "-ing" la infinitivul verbului.

to call = a striga, a suna -> calling = strigand

Participiu trecut :

Se formeaza adaugand "-ed" la infinitivul verbului

call -> called



Nr. Tense Form Used to express Romana
1. Present Tense Simple S + V1
Do/Does + S + V1
S + Do/does + not + V1 1.actiuni obisnuite repetabile
2.adevaruri general valabile
3.repros, constatari
4.in loc de viitpr- pentru actiuni planificate oficial Prezent
2. Present Tense Continous S + To be + V-ing 1.actiuni care se petrec in momentul vorbirii(now, at present, at the moment)
2.actiuni temporare(today, this week, this mounth)
3.repros accentuat aproape de prezent.
4.actiuni oficiale planificate neoficial Prezent
3. Present Perfect Simple S + have/has + V3
Have/has + S + V3 1.actiune termiata in moment trecut neprecizat (lately, just, always, offe, ever, never)
2.actiune terminata in perioada de timp neterminata (today, this week)
3.actiune terminata care are legatura cu prezentul Perfect compus
4. Present Perfect Continous S + have/has + been + v-ing
Have/has + been + S + V-ing actiune inceputa in trecut care se continua si in prezent sau al carui rezultat se vede acum in prezent
For + perioada de timp
Since + inceputul de timp prezent
5. Past tense simple S + V2
Did + S + V1
S + did + not + V1 Actiunitrecute terminate in momentul precizat(ago, last, yesterday, in 1990) perfect compus
6. Past tense continous S + was/were + V-ing actiune trecuta in progres:
while + timp continuu
when + timp simple imperfect
7. Past perfect simple S + had + V3 exprima o actiune trecuta terminata inaintea altei actiuni trecute m.m.c.p.
8. Past perfect continous S + had + been + V-ing actiune trecutain progres, inceputa inaintea altei actiuni trecute imperfect




In limba engleza este foarte important sa stim conjugarea celor doua verbe auxiliare :HAVE
si BE.

TO HAVE = a avea

Indicativ prezent :

I have
you have
He has
She has

We have
You have
They have

Imperfectul si perfect simplu:

I had
you had
He had
She had

We had
You had
They had

M.m.c.p.

I had had
you had had
He had had
She had had

We had had
You had had
They had had

Viitorul:

I shall have
You will have
He will have
She will have

We shall have
You will have
They will have

Conditional prezent :

I should have
You would have
He would have
She would have

We would have
You would have
They would have

Conditional trecut :

I should have had
You would have had
He would have had
She would have had

We would have had
You would have had
They would have had

Participiu prezent: having
Participiu trecut : had



TO BE = a fi

Indicativ prezent :

I am
You are
He is
She is

We are
You are
They are

Imperfectul:

I was
You were
He was
She was

We were
You were
They were

M.m.c.p.:

I had been
You had been
He had been
She had been

We had been
You had been
They had been

Viitor:
I shall be
You will be
He will be
She will be

They shall be
You will be
Yhey will be

Conditional prezent:

I should be
We would be
...

Conditionalul trecut :

I should have been
He would have been
...

Participiu prezent : being
Participiu trecut : been

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