Lesson 02: Crime

EY! for Teens

EY! for Teens Year 3 Lesson 02 Quizlet

このクイズレットフラッシュカードを使用して、レッスン前の次のレッスンで必要な単語を学習してください。 Flashcardsモードを使用して単語を勉強し、自分で試合モードを使用して覚えていることを確認してください。 モードを切り替えるには、クイズレットの右下にある「学習モードを選択」をクリックします。

Please use this Quizlet Flashcard set to try to learn the words that you’ll need during your next lesson before the lesson. Use the Flashcards mode to study the words then test yourself to see what you remember using the Match mode. To change between modes, click on "Choose a Study Mode" in the bottom right of the Quizlet.


EY! for Teens Year 3 Lesson 02: Crime


Please prepare for your next lesson by writing down your answers to the questions below. Please use the same notebook every time to make it easier for you to review in the future.



  1. Is crime a big problem in your city/prefecture/country?
  2.  Have you ever been a victim of crime? If yes, tell us about it? If no, tell us about someone who has. What happened?
  3.  What crime is common in your city/prefecture/country?
  4.  What would you do if you noticed a crime being committed?
  5.  How is law enforcement in your city/prefecture/country?
  6.  What is the worst crime that you have heard about on the news?

If there is time, ask your teacher Question 5 and Question 6. Remember to change tenses. Use was instead of is and did instead of do.

Model Answers: Let’s Ask Risa

  1.  I don’t think that crime is a very big problem in Nara. I think that organized crime in the cities is still a problem, but not as bad as it used to be.
  2. I’ve had my bicycle stolen twice from the same location. It happened at cram school. I stopped biking to cram school.
  3.  I’m not sure, but from my experience, I would have to say bicycle theft.
  4.  It would report it to the authorities of course. I noticed someone being harassed on the train and I immediately told the station manager.
  5.  I think that law enforcement are very fair and quick-acting. My father received a speeding ticket recently, so he said that he’s not happy with them.
  6.  A few years ago I heard the news of a crazy young man who invited people to his home and then murdered and cut up their bodies. That’s pretty rare for Japan.