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1 Made by: Yaroslav Titov Form 7A Teacher: R.S.Miroshnichenko

2 The Aim: To know about kinds of Press. Problems: 1.To know, what people read. 2.To know, where people read newspapers. Why?

3 1.Kinds of Press. 2.People read everywhere. 3.Names of newspapers.

4 It’s common knowledge that newspapers report the news. In addition, newspapers give many useful information. Printed forms of the media, including newspapers and magazines are also called “the press”.

5 Newspapers of general interest are supplemented by specialist newspapers, which publish news and stories for people with particular interests. Religious, financial, and sporting newspapers are examples.

6 The British are believed to be the greatest newspaper readers in the world. They read newspapers at breakfast, on the bus and train.

7 Press in Fleet Street-a street in London that used to be home of most British national newspapers.

8 British daily papers are published from Monday to Saturday. The serious or quality papers such as The Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times.

9 Nearly all papers pay special attention to sport news. The evening papers, such as The Evening News are often bought because people want to know the winner of a race or the result of football pools.

10 In addition to the news they usually provide interesting articles on arts, newly-published books, and gardening. Some of them, such as The Sunday Times have a very high reputation and the best critics and journalists write for them.

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