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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106465: Common news phrases on television
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    1. Hello and welcome to BCC news. I am Mathew with the latest .

    2. Hello, I am Michelle and here is the about the ongoing election campaign in France.

    3. Our tell us that Ebola was first identified in Africa.

    4. Here is an interview with Secretary of State, John Kerry.

    5. Let's hear from Nick, who is live at the scene.

    6. This is Nick, reporting at the UN.

    7. Now to you, Michelle!

    8. Stay with us, we'll be right back after this .

    9. back!

    10. We've got some important news for you tonight.

    11. And that's all from us for now. Thanks for with us.

    12. We will be back with the news at 10 p.m. Thanks for watching BCC news.

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