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They have to stay there for a certain time.
They have to stay there for a certain time.


 
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 6 October 2020

A prison is a building.

Peolple are locked inside a prison.

They are not allowed to get out.

They have to stay there for a certain time.

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Words with same meanings[edit | edit source]

penitentiary

jail

correctional facility


Detailed explanation[edit | edit source]

A person does a crime.

For example:

  • a person robs a bank
  • a person kills somebody
  • a person does something against the law


The person has to go to the court.

The court sends them to prison.


A prison is one building or more.

The building has got high walls all around it.

The windows are barred.

Entrance and exit are locked.

And protected by guards.


There are different kinds of prisons.

  • prisons for men
  • prisons for women
  • prisons for young people

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