Category: Topics in the syllabus
1. Name of the newspaper
It sums up the story or article. It’s usually in a larger font and often in bold.
It’s a secondary headline that provides additional information about the story.
It's the author of the article. It appears at the beginning of the article.
It has two elements: the name of the place from where a story originated and the date on which it was written. It usually appears in bold letters.
It briefly gives the most important information.
It supplies additional information. It’s divided into small paragraphs.
They are used to make a text easier to understand or more interesting.
It used to describe a photograph. It is known as cutline in the US.
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