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IELTS Preparation Series 1, Episode 1: Electronic Crime


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Hello.

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I'm Margot Politis. Welcome to Study English, IELTS preparation.

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In this series, we look at the skills you'll need to write formal, academic English, and

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you'll have the chance to listen to people talking about topics you'll find at colleges

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and universities.

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In today's episode were going to hear someone talking about a new type of crime - electronic

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crime.

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Listen carefully to this police officer.

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Then we're going to look at word families, and do some spelling.

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It is a new frontier, and there are old, traditional forms of crime being committed electronically,

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and via computers and the internet, but there are also new crime types emerging.

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Electronic crime really does cross over a whole range of different crime types.

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You can imagine stalking offences that may be facilitated via email, harassment, threatening

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emails, small-scale fraud offences, right up through to large-scale frauds committed

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via the internet.

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OK, so let's have a closer look at that clip.

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We're going to focus on vocabulary building, and word groups, but first, listen again to

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this sentence. See if you can hear the keyword, the main

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subject of the sentence.

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It is a new frontier, and there are old, traditional forms of crime being committed electronically,

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and via computers and the internet.

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He says there are old, traditional forms of crime being committed electronically.

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The keyword is crime. That's what the sentence is about.

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Crime is a noun.

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We say that a crime is committed, or done.

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To commit a crime is to do something illegal.

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Let's have a closer look at the word crime.

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In English, many words can change to have different uses. In this way, they form word

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groups.

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Learning words groups is an excellent way to build your vocabulary.

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You should write them down in a table like this showing adjectives, nouns, verbs, and

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