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Collocations Quiz: Justice

1. bring to justice

Corrupt politicians aren't often brought to justice because

a. they're very honest

b. they're never guilty

c. they're very powerful

2. enter a plea

He had to enter a plea when

a. he was arrested

b. his went to court

c. he went to prison

3. equal rights

If we have equal rights, we have

a. an equal number of rights

b. shared the rights equally

c. exactly the same rights

4. fight corruption

Fighting corruption is difficult because many corrupt people

a. have a lot of enemies

b. have a lot of shame

c. have a lot of power

5. give evidence

Who normally gives evidence at a trial?

a. the judge

b. the witnesses

c. the court reporters

6. legal advice

If you need some legal advice, you should see someone who's

a. legally employed

b. legally qualified

c. legally insane

7. reach a verdict

After reaching their verdict, the jury had to

a. decide if he was guilty

b. deliver it in the courtroom

c. listen to some new witnesses

8. social justice

In countries where social justice is important, wealth is

a. shared more widely

b. shared less widely

c. not shared at all

9. stand trial

Who stands trial in a courtroom?

a. the judge

b. the accused person

c. officials who stand guard

10. take (sb) to court

You should take them to court if

a. you can prove they're innocent

b. you can prove they're guilty

c. you can prove you're guilty

NB: you can also print this quiz on paper.

1. bring to justice - Corrupt politicians aren't often brought to justice because: a) they're very honest b) they're never guilty c) they're very powerful

2. enter a plea - He had to enter a plea when: a) he was arrested b) his went to court c) he went to prison

3. equal rights - If we have equal rights, we have: a) an equal number of rights b) shared the rights equally c) exactly the same rights

4. fight corruption - Fighting corruption is difficult because many corrupt people: a) have a lot of enemies b) have a lot of shame c) have a lot of power

5. give evidence - Who normally gives evidence at a trial?: a) the judge b) the witnesses c) the court reporters

6. legal advice - If you need some legal advice, you should see someone who's: a) legally employed b) legally qualified c) legally insane

7. reach a verdict - After reaching their verdict, the jury had to: a) decide if he was guilty b) deliver it in the courtroom c) listen to some new witnesses

8. social justice - In countries where social justice is important, wealth is: a) shared more widely b) shared less widely c) not shared at all

9. stand trial - Who stands trial in a courtroom?: a) the judge b) the accused person c) officials who stand guard

10. take (sb) to court - You should take them to court if: a) you can prove they're innocent b) you can prove they're guilty c) you can prove you're guilty

Contributor: Matt Errey