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ESL 215: Theft Occurs Everywhere


ESL 215: Theft Occurs Everywhere


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An elderly woman told the police that, as she entered a restroom, she was jostled by a woman behind her. A few minutes later, as she was about to pay for a moustache remover at a nearby store, she discovered that her wallet was missing from her purse. Apparently the woman who had bumped into her had cleverly stolen her wallet. This type of theft is called pick-pocketing.

Perhaps an even more personal kind of theft is known as housebreaking, or burglary. After such an intrusion, the victims often report a feeling of violation. They seldom regain the comfort and security level they used to have in their home. They constantly feel like they are being watched; they feel that if they go out, the burglars will again come in. They feel uncomfortable when they are home, and they feel uncomfortable when they aren't home.

Burglars get lucky or make their own luck. Sometimes homeowners forget to lock all their windows or doors. Sometimes burglars will break a window, cut through a screen door, or force open a side door.

Thieves have no shame. They will steal from anyone that they think is vulnerable. Of course, that means the elderly are their frequent victims. Some thieves are very clever; some are very lucky. All of them make an honest person's life more difficult. It's too bad that all of them can't be caught and converted into honest people.

Imagine that: a world with no larceny, a world where you can park your bicycle unsecured on the sidewalk, or leave your purse unattended in your shopping cart. Is this only a dream? Some say that if you can dream about it, it can happen.

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*Vocabulary:

• apparently:
• bump:
• burglary:
• cleverly:
• convert:
• frequently:
• intrusion:
• jostle:
• larceny:
• moustache:
• occur:
• theft:
• victim:
• violation:
• vulnerable:

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did the elderly woman enter a restroom?

• Was she jostled by a man behind her?

• Was her wallet in her pocket?

• Was her wallet missing?

• Do burglary victims often feel violated?

• Will burglars break a window sometimes?

• Do thieves have any shame?

• Are elderly people frequently victims?

• Can all the thieves be caught?

• Is this a world with no larceny?

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*Fill in blanks:

An elderly woman told the police that, as ____ entered a restroom, she was jostled by a ____ behind her. A few minutes later, as she ____ about to pay for a moustache remover at ____ nearby store, she discovered that her wallet was ____ from her purse. Apparently the woman who had ____ into her had cleverly stolen her wallet. This____ of theft is called pick-pocketing.

Perhaps an even ____ personal kind of theft is known as housebreaking, ____ burglary. After such an intrusion, the victims often____ a feeling of violation. They seldom regain the ____ and security level they used to have in ____ home. They constantly feel like they are being ____ ; they feel that if they go out, the____ will again come in. They feel uncomfortable when ____ are home, and they feel uncomfortable when they____ ’t home.
Burglars get lucky or make their own ____ . Sometimes homeowners forget to lock all their windows ____ doors. Sometimes burglars will break a window, cut ____ a screen door, or force open a side ____ .

Thieves have no shame. They will steal from ____ that they think is vulnerable. Of course, that ____ the elderly are their frequent victims. Some thieves ____ very clever; some are very lucky. All of ____ make an honest person’s life more difficult. It’s____ bad that all of them can’t be caught____ converted into honest people.

Imagine that: a world ____ no larceny, a world where you can park____ bicycle unsecured on the sidewalk, or leave your ____ unattended in your shopping cart. Is this only ____ dream? Some say that if you can dream ____ it, it can happen.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

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ESL 215: Theft Occurs Everywhere

*Vocabulary:


• apparently: rõ ràng
• bump: sự va chạm mạnh
• burglary: nghề trộm đêm
• cleverly: thông minh
• convert: chuyển đổi
• frequently: thường thường
• intrusion: xâm phạm
• jostle: xô đẩy
• larceny: ăn cắp
• moustache: râu mép
• occur: xảy ra
• theft: trộm
• victim: nạn nhân
• violation: dữ dội
• vulnerable: dễ bị tổn thương

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did the elderly woman enter a restroom? Yes

• Was she jostled by a man behind her? No

• Was her wallet in her pocket? No

• Was her wallet missing? Yes

• Do burglary victims often feel violated? Yes

• Will burglars break a window sometimes? Yes

• Do thieves have any shame? No

• Are elderly people frequently victims? Yes

• Can all the thieves be caught? No

• Is this a world with no larceny? No

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*Fill in blanks:

An elderly woman told the police that, as __she__ entered a restroom, she was jostled by a _man___ behind her. A few minutes later, as she __was__ about to pay for a moustache remover at __a__ nearby store, she discovered that her wallet was __missing__ from her purse. Apparently the woman who had ____bumped__ into her had cleverly stolen her wallet. This__type__ of theft is called pick-pocketing.

Perhaps an even __moẻ__ personal kind of theft is known as housebreaking, __or__ burglary. After such an intrusion, the victims often____report__ a feeling of violation. They seldom regain the ____comfort__ and security level they used to have in _their___ home. They constantly feel like they are being ____watched__ ; they feel that if they go out, the___burglars__ will again come in. They feel uncomfortable when __they__ are home, and they feel uncomfortable when they_aren___ ’t home.

Burglars get lucky or make their own __luck__ . Sometimes homeowners forget to lock all their windows __or__ doors. Sometimes burglars will break a window, cut ____through__ a screen door, or force open a side __door__ .

Thieves have no shame. They will steal from ____anyone__ that they think is vulnerable. Of course, that _means___ the elderly are their frequent victims. Some thieves _are___ very clever; some are very lucky. All of _them___ make an honest person’s life more difficult. It’s__too__ bad that all of them can’t be caught__and__ converted into honest people.

Imagine that: a world _with___ no larceny, a world where you can park__your__ bicycle unsecured on the sidewalk, or leave your ____purse__ unattended in your shopping cart. Is this only __a__ dream? Some say that if you can dream _about___ it, it can happen.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

Trộm cắp khắp nơi

Một người phụ nữ lớn tuổi bảo cảnh sát rằng, khi vào phòng vệ sinh, bà bị một phụ nữ xô phía sau. Vài phút sau, khi bà chuẩn bị trả tiền tẩy lông ở cửa hàng gần bên, bà phát hiện ra ví của bà bị mất khỏi túi xách. Chắc rằng người phụ nữ va chạm khi nãy đã trộm ví của bà. Loại trộm này gọi là móc túi.

Có thể có loại trộm tư nhân hơn là bẻ khoá nhà, hay trộm về đêm. Sau khi bị đột nhập, những nạn nhân thường báo cáo sự sợ hãi. Họ ít cảm thấy thoải mái lại và mức độ an toàn mà họ thường có lúc trước khi ở nhà. Họ thường cảm thấy bị theo dõi; họ thấy nếu đi ra ngoài, bọn trộm sẽ lại vào. Họ cảm thấy không thoải mái khi ở nhà, và cũng không thoải mái khi không ở nhà.

Bọn trộm đêm thường ăn may hoặc tạo sự may mắn cho chúng. Đôi khi chủ nhà quên khoá cửa sổ hay cửa nhà. Đôi khi bọn trộm bẻ khoá, cắt qua cửa, hay tông cửa hông.

Bọn trộm cắp không xấu hổ. Chúng trộm của bất kỳ ai dễ bị tổn thương. Dĩ nhiên, có nghĩa là người già là nạn nhân thường xuyên của chúng. Vài tên trộm rất thông minh; vài tên lại rất may mắn. Toàn bộ bọn chúng làm cho cuộc sống của những người chân thật trở nên khó khăn hơn. QUá t65 là bọn chúng không thể bị bắt hết và chuyển thành người chân thật.

Tưởng tượng rằng: một thế giới kông có trộm cắp, một thê giới bạn có thể để xe đạp trên lề đường, hay để ví tiền không lưu tâm trong xe đẩy hàng. Đó có phải là giấc mơ thôi không? Có người nói là bạn có thể mơ về điều đó, nó có thể xảy ra.

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LESSON 215:

THEFT OCCURS EVERYWHERE -
TRỘM CẮP XẢY RA KHẮP MỌI NƠI.

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*Vocabulary:

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• apparently: hình như.
• bump: va, đụng.
• burglary: sự ăn trộm, nạn ăn trộm.
• cleverly: khéo léo, sắc sảo, khôn ngoan, khôn khéo.
• convert: chuyển đổi.
• frequently: thường xuyên.
• intrusion: sự xâm ph5m, xâm nhập.
• jostle: chen lấn, xô đẩy.
• larceny: tội ăn cắp.
• moustache: ria.
• occur: xảy ra, xuất hiện.
• theft: sự ăn trộm, sự trộm cắp.
• victim: nạn nhân.
• violation: sự vi phạm, sự bị vi phạm.
• vulnerable: dễ bị tấn công.

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*Yes/No Questions:
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• Did the elderly woman enter a restroom?
- Yes, she did.

• Was she jostled by a man behind her?
-No, she wasn't. She was jostled by a woman behind her.

• Was her wallet in her pocket?
- No, it wasn't. It was in her purse.

• Was her wallet missing?
- Yes, it was.

• Do burglary victims often feel violated?
- Yes, they do.

• Will burglars break a window sometimes?
- Yes, they will.

• Do thieves have any shame?
- No, they don't.

• Are elderly people frequently victims?
- Yes, they are.

• Can all the thieves be caught?
- No, they can't.

• Is this a world with no larceny?
-No, it isn't.

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*Fill in blanks:
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An elderly woman told the police that, as she entered a restroom, she was jostled by a woman behind her. A few minutes later, as she was about to pay for a moustache remover at a nearby store, she discovered that her wallet was missing from her purse. Apparently the woman who had bumped into her had cleverly stolen her wallet. This type of theft is called pick-pocketing.

Perhaps an even more personal kind of theft is known as housebreaking, or burglary. After such an intrusion, the victims often report a feeling of violation. They seldom regain the comfort and security level they used to have in their home. They constantly feel like they are being watched; they feel that if they go out, the burglar will again come in. They feel uncomfortable when they are home, and they feel uncomfortable when they aren’t home.

Burglars get lucky or make their own luck . Sometimes homeowners forget to lock all their windows and doors. Sometimes burglars will break a window, cut through a screen door, or force open a side door .

Thieves have no shame. They will steal from anyone that they think is vulnerable. Of course, that means the elderly are their frequent victims. Some thieves are very clever; some are very lucky. All of them make an honest person’s life more difficult. It’s too bad that all of them can’t be caught and converted into honest people.

Imagine that: a world with no larceny, a world where you can park your bicycle unsecured on the sidewalk, or leave your wallet unattended in your shopping cart. Is this only a dream? Some say that if you can dream about it, it can happen.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:
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Một phụ nữ lớn tuổi thuật lại với cảnh sát rằng, vào lúc bà đi vào nhà vệ sinh, bà bị một phụ nữ ở phía sau xô đẩy. Một vài phút sau, khi bà chuẩn bị trả tiền tẩy lông ở một cửa tiệm gần đó, bà phát hiện ra cái ví của bà không còn trong túi xách. Hình như người phụ nữ đụng phải bà đã nhanh tay lấy cắp mất cái ví. Kiểu ăn trộm như thế này được gọi là móc túi.

Có lẽ còn có một loại trộm cắp cá nhân được biết hơn nữa như đột nhập vào nhà, hay là đạo chích. Sau một vụ đột nhập như thế, các nạn nhân thường báo cáo về cảm giác bị xâm phạm. Họ ít khi lấy lại được sự thoải mái và an toàn mà họ từng có trong căn nhà của mình. Họ thường xuyên cảm thấy giống như họ đang bị theo dõi; họ cảm thấy rằng nếu như họ ra ngoài, kẻ trộm sẽ vào nhà một lần nữa. Họ cảm thấy không thoải mái khi họ ở nhà, và họ cảm thấy không thoải mái khi họ không có ở nhà.

Bọn kẻ trộm gặp may hoặc tự tạo ra sự may mắn cho chúng. Đôi khi chủ nhà quên khoá cửa sổ và cửa ra vào. Đôi khi kẻ trộm đập vỡ cửa sổ, cắt ngang cửa lưới, hoặc cạy cửa ra vào bên hông.

Bọn kẻ cắp không có liêm sỉ. Chúng sẽ ăn cắp của bất kỳ ai mà chúng thấy dễ bị tấn công nhất. Tất nhiên, điều đó có nghĩa những người lớn tuổi là nạn nhân thường xuyên của chúng. Một số kẻ trộm rất tinh quái; một số lại rất may mắn. Tất cả bọn chúng làm cho cuộc sống của những con người lương thiện khó khăn hơn rất nhiều. Đáng tiếc là không thể bắt giữ tất cả bọn chúng và biến chúng trở thành những con người trung thực.

Hãy tưởng tượng rằng: một thế giới không có nạn trộm cắp, một thế giới mà bạn có thể để chiếc xe đạp không khoá của mình bên lề đường, hoặc để cái ví mà không cần dòm ngó trong chiếc xe đẩy hàng. Đây có phải là một giấc mơ không nhỉ? Ai đó nói rằng nếu bạn có thể mơ về điều đó, điều đó có thể xảy ra.

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. 303.The Careful Reader
. 304.Avoid the Flu
. 305.Magician Attracts Women
. 306.US Border Patrol
. 307.Car Shopping in California
. 308.Happy Anniversary
. 309.“Read All about It!”
. 310.A Factory Worker
. 311.Bad Pork
. 312.Don’t Eat the Meat
. 313.Copper Robbers
. 314.Weekly Driving Lessons-1
. 315.Weekly Driving Lessons-2
. 316.Laundry Day-1
. 317.Laundry Day-2
. 318.The Bargain CD Set-1
. 319.The Bargain CD Set-2
. 320.It’s All Over
. 321.The New Clothes-1
. 322.The New Clothes-2
. 323.Food as Punishment
. 324.US Passports Outsourced
. 325.The Demanding Son
. 326.A Practical Joke
. 327.The Dead Pedestrian
. 328.Bad News, Good News
. 329.The Cluster Balloonist
. 330.The Rude Clerk
. 331.The Tax Charge
. 332.The Fire in the Hills-1
. 333.The Fire in the Hills-2
. 334.The Vacuum Cleaner Filter-1
. 335.The Vacuum Cleaner Filter-2
. 336.The Rental Car-1
. 337.The Rental Car-2
. 338.The Marathon Cheater
. 339.School Bus Crashes
. 340.Don’t Take My Property
. 341.New Law for Taco Trucks
. 342.The Refund-1
. 343.The Refund-2
. 344.Shut Your Mouth
. 345.TSA’s New Policy-1
. 346.TSA’s New Policy-2
. 347.I’m Pregnant
. 348.Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage
. 349.Impolite to His Brother
. 350.Protecting the Public
. 351.Malibu to License Paparazzi
. 352.I'm Moving to NY
. 353.The Heart Attack-1
. 354.The Heart Attack-2
. 355.Let's Speak English

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