TOEFLesque Quiz – Jury Duty in the US
Each of the following sentences has one mistake. Select the INCORRECT part of each sentence.
The jury system is a integral part of American justice.
- a integral part
Juries decide whether a defendant is guilty or no guilty.
- no guilty
Everyone on the jury must be agreed.
- be agreed
In US, most juries are comprised of twelve people.
- In US
- comprised of
These people are chosen at random from the general populate.
- are chosen
- at random
Anyone whom is registered to vote can be summoned for jury service.
- to vote
- can be summoned
Once summoned, prospective jurors report to the courthouse, where they may be select to serve on a trial.
Those people who are not selected must be continued to fulfill their civic obligation.
- those people
- who are
- be continued
- to fulfill
For two weeks, these people are on “stand-by,” which means they must call to the courthouse every day.
- For two weeks
- which means
- call to
- every day
They may even be required to return to courthouse.
- be required
- to return
- to courthouse
11) Though most of prospective jurors do not serve on trials, their presence is a critical part of the American legal system.
- most of
- legal system