WHITE COLLAR CRIME
WHITE COLLAR CRIME – LA CRIMINALITE EN COL BLANC
Le crime économique fait référence aux crimes imputables à des motifs financiers qui sont non violents et commis par des entreprises et des experts gouvernementaux.
Economic crime refers to financially motivated crimes which are non violent and committed by companies and governmental experts.
Des formes typiques de la criminalité en col blanc comprennent la fraude, la corruption, le détournement, la cybercriminalité et la contrefaçon.
Typical white collar crime includes fraud, corruption, embezzlement, cybercrime and forgery.
Ces dernières années, la criminalité en col blanc est devenue beaucoup plus fréquent.
In recent years, white collar crime has become a lot more common.
Il faut que notre gouvernement fasse plus pour sévir contre les crimes économiques
Our government has to do more to crack down on white collar crime.
Même si la criminalité en col blanc est non violente, cela ne signifie pas qu’il n’est pas sérieux.
Even if white collar crime is non violent this does not mean that it is not serious.
KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS
Faire référence à quelque chose – To refer to
Imputable à – attributable to
Commettre – To commit
Comprendre – To include or to understand
Ces dernières années – In recent years
Il faut que + Subjunctive – It is necessary that
Sévir contre – To crack down on
Même si – Even if
Cela ne signifie pas que – This does not mean that
Full version is available to members of Teacher or Leaving Cert Plans. Please click on these links for more information on our 3 different plans, which will give you 365 days peace of mind, whatever stage you are at.
As a member of the Leaving Cert or Teacher Plan, you would have immediate access to:
- Over 500 sample topic sentences on a wide-range of topics
- Approximately 60 sample opinion pieces.
- Diary Entries
- Narrative writing technique & Phrases
- Grammar section
- Grammar exercises
- Reading comprehensions
- Verb drills
- Study guides
- Comprehensive oral section with videos
- Expressions & key constructions
- Letters and much more…
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- Audio section
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- Powerpoint presentations
- Comprehensive vocabulary lists
- Verb drills
- Grammar section
- Reading Section
- Written section with postcards, notes & letters
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Members of the Teacher Plan have automatic access to both Leaving Cert & Junior Cert revision notes. Also we are constantly adding new files to the site, so whatever is put up for the duration of your membership, you have access to it. While we do put up some of our material on social media, it is only a fraction of what you will find on our site.
FRENCH LEAVING CERT REVISION COURSE – JANUARY – THE ECONOMY
If you would be interested in attending one of our French Leaving Cert Revision courses, please follow the link below for more information. Our next course will be held on Saturday, the 12th of January, in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. The Course begins at 1pm and ends at 5pm. The cost is €45 and includes a 30 page booklet with exclusive French Notes content. During our revision courses, students learn how to write opinion pieces, Diary entries and/or the narrative (récit), learn active listening methodology, practice speaking and reading French comprehensions. The topic for January will be on the Economy, and our grammatical focus will be on pronouns, and how to use them correctly.