- prosecutor /PROS-i-kyoo-ter/
- fragile /FRAJ-uhl/
- harsh /hahrsh/
- urge /urj/
- allegedly /uh-LEJ-id-lee/
[noun] – a legal official who accuses someone of committing a crime, especially in a law court
He was a famous public prosecutor during the 1980s.
[adjective] – easily damaged or broken
The doors of the old house are fragile.
[adjective] – unpleasant, unkind, cruel, or more severe than is necessary
The employee received harsh treatment from his supervisor.
[verb] – to strongly advise or try to persuade someone to do a particular thing
Some health advocates are urging citizens to give up dairy.
[adverb] – used when something is said to be true but has not been proved:
Hannah allegedly came home before curfew two nights ago.
Casey is facing $2,040 in fines, fees, and community service, based on court documents. She has until the end of January to serve her jail time and make the community service payment. The authorities have been urging the public to follow the safety signs at the national park. Moreover, Park Chief Ranger Sarah Davis bared that law enforcement officers take violations seriously. In May 2020, a woman suffered burns after falling into a thermal feature at Yellowstone after she was allegedly taking pictures.
- Have you heard a similar case that happened in your country?
- Do you know anyone who works as a law enforcement officer?
- What would you do if you saw someone about to walk on the thermal ground of Yellowstone?
- Do you think Casey’s sentencing was appropriate?
- What do you think should the officials of Yellowstone National Park do to prevent violations in the future?