Video Cameras in the Street
The British are without doubt the most (1)_____________ watched people in the world. Although there are video cameras on nearly every street corner, the public seem (2)______________ of their existence. Video cameras record drivers who do not stop for a red traffic light, (3)_______________ between vehicles, reckless driving and (4)________________ of the speed limit on motorways. One (5)________________ as to why these cameras are not considered an invasion of (6)______________ is that both men and women feel safer knowing cameras can provide a form of (7)______________ . Citizens know that help is always available because guards are (8)__________ watching the cameras. Cameras have also contributed to the combating of (9)_____________ at football matches and sports events, as the fans know they are under (10)_____________ and their behaviour is much better than it used to be. Video cameras and (11)______________ systems can keep the rise in the crime rate under control.
/First Certificate: Use of English. Judy Copage with Tests by Jain Cook/
Put each of the following words and phrases into its correct place in the sentences below.
drug-taking deprived of
1. He does not smoke or _____________ drugs.
2. She was a drug ______________ (= could not stop using drugs).
3. He was charged with ___________.
4. Local people banded together to fight the _________________ .
5. Children need to be educated on the dangers of ___________ .
6. For drug addicts, the need to feed the ______________ takes priority over everything else.
7. They held an international forum on _____________ in New York.
8. The travel company is just a front for _________________.
9. Many of them had been initiated into ________________ at an early age.
10. She denies _______________ the drug with intent to supply.
11. Some addicts suffer violent mood swings if they are _______________ the drug.
12. ______________ the drug was a long and painful process for him.
13. He turned to crime to support his _________________ .
/adapted from Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary/
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