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newspaper [2]click to hear

Usually daily publication whose main purpose is to report and comment on the latest news of society, politics, the arts, sports and other areas of interest.
newspaper [2] restaurant review obituaries classified advertisements television program schedule advertisement shorts news items column masthead Op-Ed article letters to the editor cartoon lead editorial column rule photo credit line

restaurant review click to hear

Article in which a reporter gives a personal evaluation of a restaurant.

obituaries click to hear

Listing of death notices and anniversaries of deaths, cards of thanks and remembrances.

classified advertisements click to hear

Short ads that are placed by individuals and grouped into categories according to the goods or services offered or sought.

television program schedule click to hear

advertisement click to hear

Message paid for by an advertiser to inform readers about a business, product or service.

shorts click to hear

Short untitled informative texts.

news items click to hear

Accounts of various events with no central unifying theme such as accidents, natural disasters and crimes.

column click to hear

Regularly published article that presents the comments of one author (reporter or personality) on a chosen subject.

masthead click to hear

Space that usually contains information about the newspaper such as its address, main contributors and subscription information.

Op-Ed article click to hear

Article appearing next to or on the page opposite to the editorial and expressing an individual’s point of view.

letters to the editor click to hear

Part of the newspaper where readers’ opinions on topics of general interest are published.

cartoon click to hear

Humorous or satirical drawing; it is usually accompanied by a caption and comments on a news event.

lead click to hear

Short text at the beginning of an article that introduces it or summarizes its contents.

editorial click to hear

In-depth article that reflects the collective viewpoint of a newspaper’s editorial board.

column click to hear

The vertical sections of a page; they are separated by white space or a rule.

rule click to hear

Line of varying thickness used to separate columns, articles and different graphic elements.

photo credit line click to hear

Mandatory mention of the individual holding the rights to the photograph used to illustrate an article or a publication.