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Topics: Crime

Students are introduced to the topic of crime in this instalment of Adrian Tennant’s Topics series. The lesson is available at two language levels (Pre-intermediate and Intermediate +) and gives students practice in reading, listening and speaking skills, as well as exercises focusing on grammar and vocabulary. This lesson is free for all onestopenglish users.

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  • Hi Chandy,

    Thanks for the lovely feedback. Glad to hear that you are enjoying using the site so much. Which resources or series are you using at the moment?

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Onestopenglish lessons are excellent! I always enjoyed having them. They are complete and well prepared to address the need. Thank you so much!

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  • A great resource which generated a lot of additional vocabulary on specific crimes and on use of passive tenses. Only used up half the lesson in a 3 hr slot.

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  • Dear Robert,
    You can save the audio file by right-clicking on the file, selecting ‘Save link as’ and saving it to either a folder on your computer or to a memory stick (if you have inserted one). Please get in touch by clicking ‘Contact us’ in the menu at the bottom of the page and filling in the form if you are still having problems saving this file.

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  • Nice idea but I couldn't find a way to load the recording onto a stick
    because like a great many teachers I have to travel to companies to give classes. Perhaps you can give me some tips please.
    Regards
    Robert Hone

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