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Ex. 3. Complete the sentences by using the following words. Use each word once only.


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1. The … at the top of the page said “TALKS FAIL”.

2. The newspaper has increased its … by 5,000 copies a day.

3. He was unhappy at some of the comments in the … of his latest film.

4. I always turn to the … first. I love reading about the private lives of famous people.

5. I like the … they’ve put below this picture.

6. I prefer a … newspaper because it’s a more convenient size.

7. They did a full-page special … on poverty in inner city areas.

8. She drew the political … on the front page.

9. I must read my … to see if I’m going to have a good day.

10. The critics went to a special … of the musical, which opens next week.

11. In his … it said he died of a heart attack.

12. The guide to the air show came as a free … to the local newspaper.

13. I only need one more word to complete the … .

14. If there’s an exciting … , people will keep buying the newspaper to see what happens next.

15. There was a short but effective … giving the newspaper’s opinion of the new defence policy.


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1. Over a hundred journalists will … the royal wedding next week.

2. The government has decided to … the sale of this book.

3. Both articles … that the economy will recover by the end of the year.

4. Both newspapers … to be the first to have learned the news.

5. The company has decided to … only paperbacks from now on.

6. Read the instruction … before using your new word-processor.

7. David Copperfield is an autobiographical … .

8. This is a party political … on behalf of the Always Right Party.

9. What time is the next news … ?

10. A first … of this book is worth a fortune.

11. The mass … in most countries are dominated by advertising.

12. I spent all of yesterday evening looking at this holiday … .

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A newspaper makes its money from the price people pay for it and also from the (1) … it carries. A popular newspaper with a (2) … of over five million daily makes a lot of money. Less serious newspapers are probably read just for (3) … They have big (4) … above the news stories, funny (5) … to look at and (6) … photos of violence. The (7) … are full of stories of the private lives of famous people. No one takes the political (8) … of such papers very seriously. On the other hand, in a free country where there is no (9) … , serious newspapers are read principally for their news, sent to them by their (10) … round the world and by the big (11) … . People also read these newspapers for their (12) … of new books, films and plays and for their (13) … , which represent the opinion of the newspaper itself about the important events and issues of the moment.

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