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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107247: Newspapers
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    English exercise "Newspapers" created by lili73 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from lili73]
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      - I hope you have good news.
    - The news not very good I'm afraid.
    I failed my exam.

    He should subscribe to this paper.
    I get tired of going to the every day!

    -Oh, look at this!

    -It is a .
    Remember that the noun Mississippi takes
    two 'S', two 'S' and two 'P'.

     What do you call this newspaper?
    What do you call this newspaper?

    What can you see or read in a broadsheet?
    What can you see or read in a tabloid?

    Print is a magazine which is published
    twice a month.
    It is a magazine.

    The first of the pictorial magazine Life
    was published on November 23, 1936.

    Kate is pregnant. 
      around the world.

    How do you know that my car has broken down?

    The letter box is empty? Don't worry Suzie:

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