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Study the word list: News and current affairs

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I like reading articles about sport. *
He has had many offers of employment. *
The environment includes our water, air, soil, plants and animals. *
A tabloid newspaper has bigger headlines and more pictures than a broadsheet newspaper. *
New drugs are invented by chemists.
The professor is working on another brilliant invention. *
The journalist is going to have an interview with the new President. *
When a programme is live this means it happens while you watch it on TV. *
There are a number of channels on TV such as childrenĀ“s, cooking and travel channels *
A newsagent is a shop where newspapers, sweets and soft drinks are sold. *
A member of Parliament is a politician. *
I don´t understand politics. It´s so complicated what happens in parliament. *
The weather presenter was wrong yesterday. It´s raining today. *
A publisher will edit a book before printing it.
I want to be a reporter in the future because I like asking people questions. *
The new movie has had poor reviews.
Your sad story had us all in tears.
Our new topic in Geography is rivers. *

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