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143. What is a War Crime? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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143. What is a War Crime? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

21 Maret 2022

CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR SUPPORT TO PODCAST!!!! -  Joe Biden has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of being a “war criminal.” But what does this mean? What is a war crime”? And what makes someone a war criminal? Let’s talk about this on today’s episode of Thinking in English!  TRANSCRIPT -  You may also like...  Logical Fallacies: Mistakes You Probably Make When Arguing!   142. What is an Oligarchy?  (English Vocabulary Lesson)  141. South Korean Elections Explained (English Vocabulary Lesson)  How to THINK CRITICALLY in ENGLISH!!!  INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast (  Blog -  Vocabulary List  Off-the-cuff (phrase) - if you speak off the cuff, you say something without having prepared or thought about your words first  I hadn’t prepared a speech so I just said a few words off the cuff  Rhetoric (n) - speech or writing intended to be effective and influence people  I was influenced by her rhetoric into donating to the charity  To commit (v) - to do something illegal or something that is considered wrong  He was sent to prison for a crime he didn’t commit  Humanity (n) - understanding and kindness towards other people  He displayed no humanity to his opponent  To ratify (v) - (especially of government or organisations) to make an agreement official  Many countries have now ratified the UN convention on the rights of the child  To prohibit (v) - to officially refuse to allow something  Cars are prohibited from driving in the town centre  To prosecute (v) - to officially accuse someone of committing a crime in a court  He was prosecuted for fraud  Tribunal (n) - a special court who are officially chosen to examine problems of a particular type  She took her case to an immigration tribunal  Explicitly (adv) - in a way that is clear and exact  The law explicitly prohibits stealing


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