1.How many branches or types can you think of?
2. Listen and check your ideas.
3.What aspect of law does the lecturer think is now very important?
In the final part of the talk, the lecturer gives a definition of law and some examples. Listen and mark each word in the box D if it is part of the definition and E if it is part of the example.
Look back at your notes from Exercise A.
Did you predict:
- the main ideas?
- most of the special vocabulary?
- the order of information?
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