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Made by: Yaroslav Titov Form 7A Teacher: R.S.Miroshnichenko
The Aim: To know about kinds of Press. Problems: 1.To know, what people read. 2.To know, where people read newspapers. Why?
1.Kinds of Press. 2.People read everywhere. 3.Names of newspapers.
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”.
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.
The British are believed to be the greatest newspaper readers in the world. They read newspapers at breakfast, on the bus and train.
Press in Fleet Street-a street in London that used to be home of most British national newspapers.
British daily papers are published from Monday to Saturday. The serious or quality papers such as The Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times.
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.
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.