crime - LearnEnglishProfessionals CRIME AUDIOSCRIPT

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LearnEnglish Professionals CRIME AUDIOSCRIPT © The British Council, 2007 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are registered in England as a charity. Listen to this interview with a couple who have been the victims of repeated crime and a police officer. Optional exercise (The answers are at the bottom of the page). Are the following statements True or False according to the interview? 1. The Saunders have been burgled eight times. 2. They bought the house for its views. 3. They thought they might have problems when they bought the house. 4. They think they know who the burglars are. 5. The burglars haven't stolen anything valuable from the Saunders. 6. They do not lock the door. 7. The Crime Prevention Officer doesn't think there is anything they can do to stop the burglars. 8. The Saunders do not have a burglar alarm. 9. The Crime Prevention Officer thinks it's always the same burglars who break into the Saunders' house. 10. Burglars like to steal things which have been bought recently. Interviewer: Good afternoon. Today on Crime Check we are going to talk about "repeat victims", ­ people who are victims of crime more than once. First of all we bring you the sad story of Ruth and Harold Saunders from Hull, who have had their house burgled no fewer than eight times in the last 3 years. Worth an entry in the
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course FSD 201 taught by Professor Huong during the Spring '10 term at Beacon FL.

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