1d, 2a, 3b, 4a, 5c.
1 about, 2 you, 3 advice, 4 on, 5 written.
1b, 2a, 3a, 4b, 5b.
1 False, 2 True, 3 True, 4 False, 5 True.
1c, 2f, 3h, 4a, 5g, 6e, 7b, 8d.
1a, 2c, 3d, 4j, 5b, 6e, 7g, 8h, 9f, 10i, 11k, 12l.
1d, 2e, 3i, 4a, 5g, 6b, 7c, 8j, 9f, 10h.
b, j, h, i, d, e, a, c, f, g
1 parties, 2 precedents, 3 terms, 4 lapsed, 5 counter, 6 rejects, 7 receive, 8 exchange, 9 reciprocal, 10 benefit.
1) The claimant in this case was Warner Brothers.
2) The defendant in this case was Mirchi Movies.
3) The grounds were infringement of intellectual property rights.
4) Warner Brothers have rights in the Harry Potter franchise.
5) It was due to appear in cinemas on 12 September 2008.
6) J. K. Rowling wrote the Harry Potter stories.
7) The defendant won this case.
8) The judge said that readers of the Harry Potter stories are educated people.
9) It had a negative effect because Mirchi Movies could not advertise the movie in the months before it came to cinemas.
10) The Chief Executive of Mirchi Movies says that he hopes the movie will make a lot of money in cinemas.