Match the words from the left column with their definitions from the right column.
Fill in the gaps using the necessary words from exercise 5.
1. It seems reasonable to … that such kind of businessman would profit.
2. Any … from investments must be reported.
3. The … is simple - you need to spend less money.
4. Does not … to be a lawyer!
5. I have 5 dollars in ... .
6. He … his paycheck at the bank.
7. The defendant was accused of evading … .
8. Selling real estate on the side turned out to be … venture for the stay-at-home mom.
7. Decide which sentences are true and which are false. Make the false sentences true:
1. Money laundering is a simple concept.
2. There are four different activities that are called money laundering.
3. The classic money launderer was someone who had illicit income — drug dealer, jewel thief, con man, etc.
4. If the illicit income is small there’s a big need to do any money laundering.
5. As soon as you do anything with the money — spend or invest it — it might well come to the attention of the tax man.
6. The solution in classic money laundering is to create a business to ostensibly earn that money.
7. Sometimes money laundering means when, that you have some big lump of cash that you’d rather not have people find out about.