In a paragraph of 100 -120 words summarise the developments in advertising in the USA.
Look at the following TV guide, and fill the gaps using the words below.
current affairs documentary-style innovative share
filed award-winning correspondents
live reports cookery show hosts newsmakers
series daily drama quiz-master presenter
Episode 4 1)
. comic study of the white-collar world. Filmed in 2)
., this series reveals the truth about the underside of the nine-to-five.
Small town gardens
One of Britains most 3)
.. garden designers is matched with a small urban space.
In this series, prominent businessmen talk about their own professional experiences and 4)
some of their hard-won wisdom.
The Weakest Link
Anne Robinson is 5)
in this game of elimination, where nine contestants answer a series of quick-fire general knowledge questions.
Episode 3 Second 6)
.. of the drama about two rival Manchester hairdressing salons.
Michael Parkinson 7)
. the award-winningtalk show.
Ready Steady Cook
. in which two top chefs battle it out against the clock, creating delicious dishes from mystery ingredients in just 20 minutes.
series set in a busy Midlands medical practice.
. currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders eyes.
A weekley programme of stories 11)
.. by BBC reporters from all over the world.
The daily 12)
programme aimed at 13)
.. across Asia with 14)
.. reports from BBC correspondents.
. and architect Charlie Luxton travels to Mexico City to see some seriously stylish modern design.
Tim Sebastian talks to 16)
.. and personalities from across the globe.
World Business Report
The latest business news from around the world with 17)
. from Singapore, Frankfurt and London.
Study the phrases in the prompt boxes. Then, with a partner, look at the TV guide again. Using the phrases in the prompt boxes, decide what you are going to watch.
| Making a suggestion
|| Asking for (further) information
| · Guess whats on at
· How about watching
· Do you fancy watching The office?
|| · Anything interesting on the telly?
· What time does it start/finish?
· Is that the one with/where?
· How many stars does it get?
· What time is it on?
| Accepting a suggestion
· Should be fun.
· Sure why not?
· Sounds alright to me.
· Good idea.
· Sounds interesting. Whos in it?
|| Rejecting a suggestion
· Im not really into that.
· Isnt there anything else on?
· Cant we watch something else?
· Not really my cup of tea.
· To be honest, Id rather watch the other one.
A: Anything interesting on TV?
B: Well, how about watching
A: Whats that about?
The language of newspapers
Headlines make use of a number of particular words that have a special meaning in the newspaper context. Do you know the reasons for that?
Date: 2016-03-03; view: 1098