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TYPES OF TOURISM

A: Yes. Depending on the circumstances, a single event may be tried in both courts. This is not considered double jeopardy.

A: In most states, juries are instructed that merely being present at the scene of a crime, even with guilty knowledge that a crime is being committed, isn't enough to convict a person of a crime. But there are principles of criminal liability that apply to people other than the actual perpetrator of a crime. For example, under federal law there is a crime called "misprision" of a felony, which applies to a person who has actual knowledge of the commission of a felony and doesn't report it to the authorities.

A: While the precise definition can vary from state to state, a person commits the crime of "criminal trespass" when she enters or remains on another's property without the owner's consent. You may have a defense against criminal trespass if the property was open to the public, or your conduct didn't substantially interfere with the owner's use of the property, or you immediately left the premises when requested.

A: Fleeing or eluding police occurs when a police officer gives you a visual or audible signal to stop, whether by hand, voice, emergency light or siren, and you don't obey.

It's unlawful for a person who's either driving or in a vehicle, or not to disobey an officer's order to stop, by fleeing on foot or by any other means.

Exercise 2. The criminal justice process typically begins when a police officer places a person under arrest. Discuss the following questions concerning the arrest:

1. When is a person considered to be arrested?

2. Is the use of physical restraint or handcuffs always necessary? Give the examples.

3. In which of the following circumstances can a police officer arrest a person?

− The police officer personally observes a crime.

− The police officer has a reasonable belief, based on facts and circumstances, that a person has committed or is about to commit a crime.

− The police officer suspects but is not sure that a person has committed or is about to commit a crime.

− A police officer receives a report of an armed robbery that has just occurred at a liquor store, then sees a man who matches the suspect's exact description running down the street near the store.

− An arrest warrant has been issued.

− The police officer has a reasonable belief, based on facts and circumstances, that a person has committed or is about to commit a crime, but he hasn't obtained a valid warrant to arrest this person.

TYPES OF TOURISM

DIALOGUE: SORTING OUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF TOURISM


SUBSTITUTION DRILL

Practise:

1. I was wondering if we could continue talking about travel.

continue "discussing tourism matters

continue discussing types of tourism

go on talking about career education

go on discussing business matters

carry on speaking about the hospitality industry

carry on speaking about the accommodation industry



2. Will you share your knowledge with me?

ideas

views

viewpoints

standpoints

opinions

experience

3. I'm curious to know how many types of tourism there are.

how many tourist arrivals there are

how many new resorts there are

how travellers choose a tour package

what travel agents offer discounts for

where travel agencies advertise themselves

what some purposes of travel are

4. The more purposes travellers may have, the more types of tourism there are and will be.

aims

targets

goals

objectives

ideas about travel

views about travel

5. Will you sort out some of the purposes of travel then?

put together

sum up

summarize

inform me of

advise me on

put me in the picture about

6. Curiously enough, I personally know just holiday tourism.

resort

cruise

sports

adventure

cultural

special-interest

7. As a matter of fact, there are a great deal of special-interest holidays.

resort

sports

adventure

hiking

pleasure

cultural

8. “Special interest” sounds very intriguing to me!

amazing

captivating

thought-provoking

exciting

wonderful

peculiar

9. Your example is quite to the point!

question

answer

idea

view

explanation

statement

10. It must be fantastic!

wonderful

enjoyable

exciting

excellent

marvellous

fabulous

11. And what does bird-watching involve?

hiking

hitch-hiking

motor-racing

painting

cookery

gambling

12. Just imagine travelling to the Seychelles!

Ecuado

Bavaria

France

the desert

the North Pole

an uninhabited island

13. Such tours must be very expensive!

very costly

very inexpensive

very cheap

exciting

fantastic

fabulous

14. Who told you that a hobby is a cheap thing?

travelling

a tour

a journey

a trip

a voyage

a cruise

15. The more you are telling me about tourism, the more ignorant I am feeling.

travel backward

social-interest tourism amazed

adventure tourism excited

third-age tourism interested

bird-watching fascinated

horse-riding impressed

16. If you do some thinking, you will guess what these types of tourism are about.

figure out

understand

realize

imagine

fancy

get the idea

17. I can hardly imagine what the fourth-age tourism is.

fancy

figure out

guess

suppose

assume

presume


TEXTS


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