domenica 5 ottobre 2008

Lesson 2

06/10/Lesson 2

Parte 1

From ILE: pp.8-13
Bodies of Law: Civil Law (developed from the Roman codified law) vs Common Law (precidents constitute the fundamental source of law)
types of Law (statutes, codes, ordinances, regulations, directives, acts of Parliament),
types of courts:

  • House of Lords
  • Court of Appeal (Civil/Criminal Division)
  • High Court Crown Court
  • County Court
  • Magistrates’ Court

Decisions of senior courts are binding on the junior courts

Person in courts ( plaintiff/claimant the person who files the complaint, the defendant
Documents in court (affidavit, answer, brief, complaint, injunction, motion, notice, pleading, writ)
Latin language (extra practice – exercise)

Parte 2
- Grammar revision: present simple vs present continuous
- Present continuous vs will
- Will vs present simple
- Passive – Introduction

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