They are not Pirates of the Caribbean, they are ordinary pirates of the web. They download, copy and raid the web stealing anything they find on their ways. Well, actually, everybody is a bit of pirate of the web.
What is music piracy? Have a look at the bottom of this post.
Related articles to read:
Online piracy: 95% of music downloads are illegal (The Guardian)
Music piracy on the decline as digital music sales grow (The Washngton Post)
Going for a song: the hidden history of music piracy (The Guardian)
How to build & expand your vocabulary - 4 useful steps for improvement (English with Lucy)
Activities for my 2º ESO students: How do you get your music? Do you buy any CDs? Do you download music from the web? Do you think music piracy is a crime?
Solutions to the exercises in the previous post:
page 53 Vocabulary. Rewrite these sentences with suitable prefixes.1 repaint it 2 misspelled my name 3 overcook the meat 4 miscalculated 5 overreacted
SUGGESTED ANSWER for the second exercise
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing in response to the advertisement for a waiter which was published in the evening newspaper on 21 October. I enclose a copy of my CV and I would be grateful if you would consider me for the position. I think I would be suitable for the job because I am polite and hard-working. As you can see from my CV, I worked in a shop last summer, so I have experience of serving customers and dealing with money. I would enjoy the opportunity to work in your restaurant and I am available to start immediately.
I would be happy to attend an interview and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
- Episode 180214 / 14 February 2018 >>> Bus for unemployed young Italians - Language related to 'Job interviews'. Need-to-know language: jobseeker, contract, short-term, candidates & the competition.