- Do you visit public parks? Why or why not?
- What do people in your country usually do at parks?
- warn /wawrn/
- guilty /GIL-tee/
- court /kawrt/
- safety /SEYF-tee/
- illegal /ih-LEE-guhl/
[verb] – to make someone realize a possible danger or problem, especially one in the future
They have been warning us about the coming storm.
[adjective] – feeling guilt
She was guilty of making her younger brother cry.
[noun] – a place where trials and other legal cases happen, or the people present in such a place, especially the officials and those deciding if someone is guilty
Reporters were waiting outside the court.
[noun] – a state in which or a place where you are safe and not in danger or at risk
The company always prioritizes the safety of its employees.
[adjective] – not allowed by law
Smoking is illegal in some countries.
Casey will be paying a total of $2,040 in fines, fees, and community service, based on court documents. She has until the end of January 2022 to complete her jail time and make the community service payment. Officers have been asking the public to take the safety signs at the national park seriously. In May 2020, a woman suffered burns after falling into a thermal feature at Yellowstone. She told officers that she fell after taking pictures. “Visitors should know that walking on thermal features is dangerous and illegal.” Park Chief Ranger Sarah Davis said in a statement.
- Who was sentenced to a week in jail?
- How much is Casey’s fine?
- Until when can Casey complete her jail time?
- What happened to a woman who visited Yellowstone in May 2020?
- According to Park Chief Ranger Sarah Davis, what should visitors know about walking on thermal features?
- Where is your country’s national park located?
- Are there park rangers in your city?
- If you were at Yellowstone, what would you do if you saw someone about to walk on the thermal ground?
- Do you think warning signs at parks are effective?
- How should a person act at tourist attractions?