BBC 6 Minute English 2018 – How do you read your news

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BBC 6 Minute English 2018 – How do you read your news
Free, digital news is threatening traditional newspapers around the world, so why do they survive and what is their future? Sophie and Neil discuss the pros and cons of news in print.

This week’s question

How many national print newspapers are currently sold in the UK a day? Is it…

a) 70,000?

b) 700,000?

c) 7 million?

You’ll hear the answer at the end of the programme.

Vocabulary

taken in
fooled by something

fake
pretend

reliable
something you can trust

feeling the pinch
not making enough money

objective
not influenced by personal feelings or opinions

rant
speak in an angry and usually unobjective way about something

circulation
number of copies (of a newspaper) distributed per day

chronicles
written accounts

deceased
dead

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