Although there is a separate site for younger learners: roadtogrammar.com/junior, I have long received complaints from schoolteachers about some of the content on the main site.
So I have 'cleaned up' the quizzes on 'crimes' so that there is no more murder or manslaughter, while trying to provide useful vocabulary such as 'crook' and 'arrest'.
I hope the changes will be appreciated and remember to check out the junior site if you have a class of young 'uns!
The two quizzes on crime vocabulary are at:
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