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Very interesting this lesson. Even when some of the words which refer with the stealing stuff, can confuse some of the time, it makes necessary to know how to express in a better way. Thank you Mr. Rebecca, See you and good night!

Berny Herrera

    Thanks for your feedback. Glad you found the lesson useful. All the best.

    Rebecca

      Engaging lesson Rebecca! I liked the way you presented the lesson, by eliciting information from us.

      First, you made us think. So the learning of new words were more challenging. Then, by doing the quiz -well-designed quiz, by the way- the contex made the meaning even more meaningful.

      Teaching is an art! You are an artist Rebecca, no doubt about it.

      Thanks a million for your superb lessons!!!

      Regino

    Since Rebecca is a Mr … you must be a Mrs, Berny Herrera ))

    mike zoom

      When in doubt, there’s always “Mx.”, which can stand for “Mr.”, “Mrs.”, “Ms.”, or anything else.

      engVid Moderator

Thank you Rebecca youre lesson is very useful. I quite understand after watched your video on engivd.com. Before I don’t understand when I want to use all these words but now I almost clear. Thank you again ah”” I got 9 correct out of 10.

Ukrit

    Thanks, Ukrit. Glad to know the lesson helped you. All the best!

    Rebecca

Got 10/10, Thanks for this nice lesson. Looking for similar vocabulary increasing lessons.

mtiwari

    Good job!
    me too

    Natalie Rieznikov

I always like your lessons.Thanks a ton, Rebecca.

allenhu

Thank you Rebecca for the awesome lecture. Finally I got to know specific word for specific purpose.

abdul@alam

Good morning! I was confused about theft and robbery, but now it’s clear. I didn’t know other words like arson and rape….I’m improving a lot my vocabulary, and that’s one of my new year’s resolutions. Thank you very much, Rebecca!

cristina

Useful lesson :) Thank you Rebecca!

Happy04

got 10/10

yasariqbal

Very nice lesson.i got 10/10 and know know new vocabulary related to crime.

Saad786

new vocabulary has been memorized ..

Corazon

Thank you Rebecca. Your lesson help me to learn new vocabulary.

Maqbul Hussain

Thank you Rebecca,
Always useful in conversation but not to commit.
Blackmail is strange , does the meaning come from the use of sending letter with secret identity ( identity from a black list ) to get the recipient giving money otherwise the sender reveals some concealed information to the public .
In french we call that kinda person ” un maître chanteur” litteraly in english ” a singer master ” And thus the action is ” to make someone sing ” . Very poétic isn’t it ? We also call someone who sends unsigned letter with insultes or bad comments on it : a raven. That sounds related to blackmail .
Thank you bye .

tsamp

    Thanks for your input and glad too know you found the lesson interesting. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

      Sorry, I was typing too fast! My comment should read “…glad to know you found the lesson interesting.” Take care!

      Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca!
I like your lessons, You explain with simple and clearly language. I understand you pronounciation.
sorry for my mistakes))

guzya

    Thanks for your feedback. We can always learn from our mistakes, so you don’t need to apologize. Here are some corrections that might help you:
    You explain with simple and clearly language.
    should be:
    You explain with simple and clear language.
    or
    You explain simply and clearly.

    Simple and clear are adjectives. Simply and clearly are adverbs.

    Also, instead of:
    you pronounciation
    say:
    your pronunciation

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you for this lesson, Rebecca.
When you asked us in the video about the word which means killing someone on purpose, the first word which popped in my mind was “homicide”. Could you explain what is the difference between murder and homicide?

Ahmad Al-Haj

    Homicide is the legal term referring to the killing of one person by another. It covers many kinds of killing, including murder, manslaughter, etc. On TV shows, we often hear the police and detectives using the word homicide, because they are describing the event in the most general way, before they know exactly how or why it happened. Thanks for your feedback and all the best.

    Rebecca

I got 10 aut of 10, and thanks for the lesson, really helpful!!

LG Tahir

Tahir@10

Thank you Rebecca..I love your video. Your lesson make me understand of many words clearer than ever.

Mookmai

Thank you for this lesson, very interesting

Vivimi

Thank you very much Rebecca!!
And peace and love to everybody ;)

knopfler86

Thank you for this lesson, It’s very helpful! Guys we might create a Whats App group and practice English, If you’re interested send me a message +506 8786 60 77 . Bye!!

ccasbre27

    are you using “skype”?, i want to practise with everyone to impove my english:)

    BinhNguyenThai

    Hi! Did you create the group on Whats App?:)

    Francescoc

Hey! I got 100%. Very useful. My students always get astonished when I tell there are so many word to describe crimes in English.

Erick-Pio

    Thanks for your kind feedback, Erick-Pio! Always a pleasure to hear from a fellow English teacher. Please give my warmest wishes to all your students. I respect all those who tackle the daunting task of mastering another language. All the best!

    Rebecca

      I’m sorry but I can’t understand this sentence: “I respect all those who tackle the daunting task of mastering another language”. Could you explain it for me? Thank you very much!

      D2forever

Hi Rebecca !
I’ve got 80% ! I think, it is not to bad for me ! )
So thank you Rebecca a looot … !!! And ofcourse Good lucky !!!!!! )

Vladkabatkovich

rapist and cosby are synonyms?

bobzombie74

    I don’t know if it’s true, but I’ve heard that Cosby tried to rape someone. I’m sorry if I’m wrong!

    Júlio César L Sousa

Give me more informetion or word about crime

Muhammad Zulqarnain

please a past perfect progressive lesson

AndreiP

I seured 100%

Muhammad Zulqarnain

very interseted lesson

Abdelmaksoud

i like it :}

diltonni

10/10

Thank you, but please please please don’t teach us these bad words again! No more Crıme & Criminals wordssss pls!! Because we are good students of you Rebeccaaa:)

emrahbulduk

    Even good people need to know how to discuss intelligently the bad things that happen in our world.
    For this we need vocabulary! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Unusual topic :) Thank you!

Luke

Hi Rebecca .Can you explain me what is the difference between “during” and “within”?

Orkhan03

    :(

    Orkhan03

Bill Cosby approves

Paprota

got 10/10..thanx teacher..:)

diamondsarah

    I also got 10/10!

    Júlio César L Sousa

    HI, Sarah would you like conversation with me about english

    Tahir45

Thanks Rebecca. Interesting lesson, as always.
And this cosby as the name of a rapist was a little bit funny for me.

resoltum

Great lesson, Rebecca! It’s very important to learn this vocabulary! Thank you! Júlio César from Brazil.

Júlio César L Sousa

    Yes, sadly, we need these words to understand the daily news. Thanks for your feedback, Julio.

    Rebecca

What a lot of specific words! It could be a good topic of conversation among people coming from different Countries.
I love lessons about vocabulary, thanks Rebecca! I got 10/10 at the quiz, but I am not sure tomorrow I will have same result. I think that I must read and read again vocabulary resources about crime and criminals.

Carla Letizia

    Yep! You’re right Carla. If we do not put into practice what we learned in today’s lesson, we’ll forget it soon; that’s for sure.

    Reading is an excellent tool to learn more about the language and the world in general.

    Until next time, take care.

    Regino

Hi teacher.thank you for this interesting lesson and for your perfect explanation.

fatihaeng

    Thank you for your brilliant comment in perfect English. All the best to you, fatihaeng.

    Rebecca

Hi teacher!
I have to say that it was an interesting lesson, and I thank thee because it is going to be very helpful!

Gio87

Thanks teacher Rebecca, nice lesson.

Soleil23

    Hola Sole, ¿cómo le haces para aprender varios idiomas? Estoy aprendiendo francés por la Internet y me las estoy viendo duras.

    ¿Alguna recomendación al respecto?

    Au revoir!

    Regino

Very well explined! Was my first one. Here is great teachers!

Franklima

Being a police commissioner in my Country, I have to say that I’ve found this lesson particularly interesting and useful. Thanks a lot, Rebecca.

Canardo

    You’re very welcome, Canardo. I am so glad to have been able to help you. You can find even more vocabulary related to crimes and criminals in my English resource:
    https://www.engvid.com/english-resource/vocabulary-crime-criminals/
    Thank you for your brave work in helping to make our world a safer place. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

It was interesting & useful Exam .

H.Halal

Sorry, I didn’t introduce myself after. My name is Carla, I am from Italy and I am a new member of EngVid.
Thanks for your lessons, I found them very clear.

Carla Letizia

    Welcome to this marvelous website Carla. In my opinion, EngVid is one of the best and reliable websites on the Internet.

    You’re on the right track!

    Take care and all the best for this New Year!!!

    Regino

I cannot submit a correct comment, today, indeed!
after=before, forgive me.

Carla Letizia

    Take it easy! Don’t worry Carla!

    Making mistakes is an important part of the learning process. The more mistakes you make, the more you will learn.

    That’s the way it’s always been when it comes to learning another (new) language.

    Ciao!

    Regino

Thanks a lot teacher Rebecca for yours lesson … you know I am really looking for this kind of lesson and vocabulary .. may you give us anther lesson to know more and more about these vocabulary and understood theirs meaning , pleas

Rami2020

Thank you very much. Really interesting!

Angela Palmieri

Thank you teacher! There were words that I didn’t know their meaning however I had heard them. See you then.

lorenzoyoques

    Yes, unfortunately, we hear these words often and it is important that we understand them. Thanks for your feedback and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you Teacher Rebecca … it was a great lesson .. may I ask you if you can give me the technic to write a police report in English according to a criminal story or an articles in NEWS paper a bout crime… please give me for my bad English

Rami2020

Very clear! Thanks for this useful lesson and your EngVid Resource about crimes and criminals. :)

Chloe.Lee

Thank you very much. Very interesting lesson. I am a teacher of french and I find your way of teaching very simple and very easy but very helpful. Thank you again.

bahlaek

    Thank you kindly for your feedback. As a language teacher, I am sure you agree that we must always strive to make the learning process as simple and enjoyable as possible. I wish you all the best with your teaching and your learning. We teachers are also lifetime students! Best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

      Hello,
      I agree with you a hundred per cent. Our work is very hard because we are making good minds. Thank you for all what you do.

      bahlaek

thank you very much. Very interesting lesson. Regards

donostia

Thank you so much.

I like the Common Law

LoveWins

Simply you’re awesome thanks alot…

Fahidsaud

Hi Rebecca. Many thanks for this interesting class. It’ll be very useful when reading news headlines. I have a question about the word manslaughter. It isn’t pronounced as the word laughter, although it is written equally. Is there any reason why?
Cheers!

Anthonyalreadyexists

    Good catch, Anthony! Well, this is the craziness of the English language where similar words can be pronounced so differently. There’s no choice but to learn both versions. As a language, English has a long history and many influences. Your sharp observation skills and detailed interest will go far in mastering English, Anthony. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca! That’s really interesting. You have good pronunciation.

Yerkin

Thank you I got 90%

Layla77

Thank you very much! Your lesson is very useful for me.
I looking forward next video from you.

D2forever

It’s an useful lesson,thx^_^
there is one question I want to ask that someone who commits the crime of manslaughter is also called manslaughter?

Ariel Yen

Dear Rebecca, always stive to make the learning proccess simple and enjoyable for us.And you are always successful on this! Thank you very much :)

katerinapas1

thanks so much for this lesson. I gonna prevent burglary and call 911 to the cops.

tranducquanueh

Very clear, calm, and professional…as always. Great class, Rebecca!

Alex

thank you so much Rebecca, all of your lessons are very useful,and your simple way is on of the most thing that I Like ..
it’s very easy and everyone can understand you simply …..
thank you again for your efforts that you always do for us ….
could you please make a lesson about HSE vocabulary because I’m hse engeneer
thank you in advance

abdelali91

Thank you very much Rebecca for clear explanation.

vasil

i want to have friends for pracrice speaking english, anyone want do that contact me in skype : nguyenthaibinh_no1.37

BinhNguyenThai

Let me leave my first comment and i hope not the last one : ) The lesson is really good and useful especially the list of extra words attached to it. Thanks Rebecca !

SergeyIrk

thank you so much Rebecca, all of your lessons are very useful,and your simple way is on of the most thing that I Like ..
it’s very easy and everyone can understand you simply …..
thank you again for your efforts that you always do for us ….

abdelali91

some words I already new, but words like embezzlement and arson, were new to me and I find this lesson very useful. thanks for helping us out.

nickaa

thank you so much rebecca for amazing lesson

mcubur

Great class! Love to learn new vocabulary here on Engvid!

Andrey Rosa

thanks alot mam you are really great all your lessons are informative and so interesting so it could be memorize bye watching it twice :-)

Nadia Tahir

Amazing lesson. Thank you Rebecca.

betomendesreis

Very useful.And interesting too. Thank you Rebecca

larysa6165

Thank you so much Ms.Rebecca!
i have a question to you, but it’s outside of the lesson and maybe it’s a little funny,so my question is, Do the native speakers laugh,when they read the wrong foreign speaker’s writing, or when they listen to to broken language speaking?

Bushra hg

    Or when they listen to their broken speaking? Thanking you in anticipation

    Bushra hg

today was my first lecture …..very helpful ……thanks alots…….I will continue

munirahmed

A very useful video. I hope from now on I can learn and distinguish the diferent kind of crimes.
Thanks for the list of all these crimes.

Carsero

Thank you so much TR! That was an awesome lesson.
Frankly, i watch a lot of detective series, and this was such a useful lesson.
Keep up the good work.
Take care and see you.

Seddek Nadhem

Thanks, Rebecca.Very useful lesson.

byte

hi . men

nghiemhung1992

Hello, Rebecca. I’m very very thankful to you for your lessons. I’ve learned so many things through them. Recently I found that English is only one unchangeable passion in my life during last 25 years. Many years I had a very busy job (financial area from specialist to the manager), but whenever I had time I spent it with learning English. Also I found that despite how many years I try to master English, my improvement is insignificant. Plus I’m facing a middle-age crisis, I’m 38 now. So after many days and hours trying to understand what I want in my life I came to the point that I want to be an English teacher:-)))
Rebecca, I will be very appreciate for your advice. Please help me to find the best way towards my goal. I wish to attend English languages classes in Canada and live and work in English speaking environment for about 2-3 years. Or may be it’s better for me to make Master Degree in this area (I’m Bachelor, economist)? Can you help to find the most affordable way to master my English to the level of teaching it? Thank you for everything. Regards, Kiara.

Kiara

Thank you very much, Rebecca, for this lesson!

The English language has words to a lot of different concepts that seem similar. This is great to specify shortly what you want to express. I like very much these lessons by this reason: they help expand our capabilities of understanding and communication.

Fabio Cicerre

    … has words for…

    Fabio Cicerre

thank you so much 😊😊😊

Esssam

Thank you for this lesson. I have found many new words for my vocabulary.

hermelo

Hi dear teacher . Thanks a lot.

Soei

Thank you so much for new vocab!Honestly,I find it quite challenging cause of inconsistency, comparing with words on my language,which mean the same.But Rime was not built in a day,of course. So,I am going to have lots of practice!^)

Diasha

    I agree with you entirely Diasha! We express ideas, concepts, etc. in our mother tongue differently.

    Regino

Thank you so much for your useful lesson, Rebecca. Though I got 10/10, when speaking I can’t produce sentences using those words fluently by myself. I’m not good at speaking. But I understand when people talk to me English. And I think I can write in English quite better than any other skills. How can I improve my English speaking while living in a non-English spoken country, Rebecca? Please also correct my mistakes. Thank you in advance.

Boonpa

Thanks for lesson

Sigmar

The lesson is very good. Thank you Rebbeca.

iria

This lesson helped me a lot to understand crime and respective criminals.You made it easier to understand.Thanks for this video.

TEJALKK

Where & How to ask a Question here ? Can anyone guide me ?

Udyadbhanu

Many thanks to your great job, again and again. Maybe you can tell us about different types of mass media in Canada or the US?

zurao

its very useful thanks alot
and i got 10 out of 10 :D

mtmg

thanks,very useful.

adimx

Dear Rebecca,
Thanks. With this lesson, I may read and better understand the detective stories.
Yours sincerely.

Peter

thanks a lot
could you give us more about vocabulary to describe situations like war or news channels

farhanooo

i suggest you to put sound in question that’s would be great . thanks

mamdouhbadr

Thank you so much dear Rebecca for your interesting lessons . I love the way that you teach us, you are so professional
Waiting more videos
All the best

Miramis

I like the simple way of your English teaching and I’m always advising a friends of mine in particularly to practice their English specially with you, so when I give them the link, I’m writing them to find specially Rebecca and here we go, I started to think is Rebecca with double” C” or double “b” :))) actually you can say that a special kind of love, a love from the first lesson^:) warm wishes and lots of hugs from Jordan.. Amer Anton.

Amer_70

Thank you very much,Rebecca!
I’ve been learnd some new words about criminals today.

nachodka

Rebecca, make one more video about crimes and criminals, I am pleading with you)

dmytro2015

English is about to learn and speak it naturally dmytro2015 ..pleading to I think, and would you please correct the question of nachodka!!!I’ve been learnd some new words about criminals today. this guy just confused me:) am not so good in grammar , but let’s find it out with you: I have been learning some new words about criminals today- present P. C. that means he is still learning the new words till this moment, but since the action is done and proceeded by him. he should say: I’ve learnt some new vocabularies. ^:) I guess, I’m guessing, I need more grammar in English. any tips and videos Thank you my moon:)))

Amer_70

Thanks Rebecca, your lesson was very clear. I really appreciate the list of crimes that is comprehensive and uses precise and simple definitions.

jimra

IT was really really very new words for me thanks dear Rebacca

preemy

    Hi Preemy. I read in your description that you’re are avaible to exchange emails in order to improve your English. Do you still want to do that?

    Francescoc

Thaks a lot for yor class Rebeca :D

1893rafa

Hello Rebecca,

thank you for this lesson.

what is the correct meaning of the word hacker?
Ist another word for the word cleaver or lumberjack? (I found these translations on the Internet)

from the english resource: ** hacker does not technically mean a cyber criminal, but the word is often used to describe those who commit computer crimes.

Oliver

Thanks a lot, there were lots of new words for me.

Maliban

Rebecca it has been a very intersting lesson about crime there were many new words that i’ve never heard before thanks a lot bye

stefanino81

thank u rebecca i didnt khow the diffrent of all this words ba khow i think i can watch news

abdi aziz 07

thank you that was amazing

med badr

Thank you very much, Rebecca!

nicolaynn

Hellow,Rebecca,I like your lesson so much,and this lesson is very helpful for me.
Thanks a lot.

weilun

HELLO) excuse me, i think i have a stupid qustion, but explain me please, Rebecca why you say: celebrety arrested for shoplifting; why not: celebrety WAS arrested for shoplifting?

AleksandrGasanov

Thanks Rebecca! It was very useful. Please, tell me, what call the stealing of car? And what call of stealing information in the big company, corparation?

Sandra20

thanks for your lesson rebecca. what’s the difference between abduction and kidnapping?

SEDATKILIC

helpful and clear thanks

careerist

Thank you Rebecca. I really learned an array of specific words in crime.

ranemati47

Hi Rebbecca, thanks for all lessons, about thoses word; Ryder,trespassing,cosby, what they mean?

Tikkosena

Your mini lessons are quite informative, thanks so much!

VietNam1984

Your mini lessons are quite informative; thank you so much!

VietNam1984

Thank you, Rebecca. It’s fun lesson.

Worawitoo

Thank you Rebecca,i have finished all Jill’s lesson,now yours.

Fianna-law

    Oh! It’s good to know that language teachers visit this website. In fact I am interested in learning chinese. But the only drawback is finding someone who really knows the language and about the language.

    Kind regards.

    Regino

Thank you

ahmed bahgat

I`ve got 10/10. Maybe I`m a criminal as I know all these words well?

nataanna

i got 100%

k.abed

I have learnt new words and their meaning.Thanks Rebecca.

chris pratt

thank you rebecca. you are perfect teacher.

sehmao

I was not conscious about all the different words available to express stealing. Indisputably this lesson boosts our vocabulary. Thank you for teaching us.

NOA1991

Thanks Rebecca for this wonderful lesson. I am a policeman. so l will ask about the names of these acts of crime.
1-there is attention to kill but the victim doesn’t die.
2–taking a person to somewhere on purpose of demanding money against free.
3 – taking a girl who love her with her will on purpose to marry without family’s will.
that’s enough I don’t want to annoy you. Thanks a lot.

nzaralqrbawi

Thank you so much dear Rebecca.really you explain this topic very well.

SaroCaro

Thank you very much!
I have learned a lot of new words.
It’s so hard for me to memorize those words but I’ve finished watching this lesson once.
I’ve got 9 correct out of 10.
I’ll watch this later again.

Young Kyung Lee

thanks Rebeca”

ivaneide

Hello,

Kidnap is who thieving a someone? Right?

Eltaj

thousands of thanks for your usefui teaching I learn a lot of skills from you I wish you all the best

mehrishams

Thank you so much, Rebecca. You´re an excellent teacher. I got 10.

Edeilson Marques

You got 9 correct out of 10.

thanks…

M kartal

thanks Rebecca

Alex-1956

Hi Rebeca. I want to write you “thank” no just for this topic, IN GENERAL!

Ichavarria

In the American court, the word larceny is very common.

Egghead

It is really very interesting and useful.
Thank you very much indeed.

Ahmedalmaqtari1

Hi Rebecca,

Thank you for fruity lesson.

I’m thinking to study linguistics. My ambition is to become Lithuanian-English interpreter/translator.

Any advice would be much appreciated.

Thank you,

Kind regards,
Ieva

iieevvuuttee

Rebecca,

Thank you for a fruitful lesson.

If you could record more lessons that would be great :)

Kind regards,
Ieva

iieevvuuttee
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