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John Sanders, MP, ___ any involvement in the scandal when asked about it yesterday
The politician___ to say more when questioned by reporters this morning
Johnny Depp rarely ___invitations to do interviews
Johnny Depp___ to appear at a press conference to promote his latest film
Did you see the newspaper ___ this morning ?
If you give every paragraph of your report a ___, it'll be easier to read
Living Today has got a special ___this month on healthy diet. There are interviews with nutritionists, menu
There's an interesting ___in the paper about the Constitution of the European Union
I generally trust what I hear on the news,but rarely believe anything I read in the ___
The___involve print journalism, TV and even electronic forms of communication such as the Internet
We interrupt this programme to bring you an urgent ___
And we'll be back with our regular ___ at seven
It's a great computer programme/program once you get the hang of it
I hate tabloid / broadsheet newspapers; they're just full of gossip, scandal and lies!
As a journalist/ columnist for a local paper, you don't have to interview people of attend events. You just have to express your opinions about the issue of the day.
There's a great talk/quiz/game show on BBC1 tonight. Contestants have to race through a supermarket as quickly as they can, filling up their trolleys as they go.
On some TV channel an announcer/a commentator tells you what the next programme is going to be
Join us at half past nine for a live broadcast / channel of the State Opening of Parliament
Please do not ___over your examination papers until you are instructed to do so.
I had to ___in so many forms. It took me hours.
I'd like everyone here to ___forward as many suggestions as possible
There was a guy in the street___ our free tickets to that new quiz show
He ____out that he'd worked in children's TV, but in fact he's never been near a TV studio
Could you___up her number in the phone book ?
She ___ out as one of the finest contemporary British novelists around at the moment
Her latest bestseller was published last month. (Out)
Her latest bestseller ____last month
That story's no true, is it ? (Up)
You___, didn't you?
made up that story
The programme starts at half past six (on)
The programme ___at half past six
The documentary didn't really explore why the rainforests are being cut down (into)
The documentary didn't really ___why the rainforests are being cut down
I had a quick look at the magazine in the dentist's waiting room (through)
I_____ in the dentist's waiting room
Flicked through the magazine
I don't think we need to mention that now ( up)
I don't think we need to ___now
Bring that up
Your lies don't fool me ! (Through )
I can ___ your lies!
It's not always easy to___ the difference between fact and opinion
The debate will ___place tonight
In my__, freedom of the press must be manitained
Media mogul Ronald Morduck has___ control of another tabloid
They__a description of the robber on Crimetime and it sounded like you
J.K.Rowling has ___an enormous influence in children's literature
I could spend hours ___the Internet
They said ___the news that the price of petrol is going up again.
The issue ___ question is more complex than you think
Watch ___ for words like 'so-called' in articles as they express the winter's bias
He's been described by several critics ___our greatest living poet
I think you've confused tabloids ___ broadsheets
Do you believe ___telepathy ?
There's no point __trying to get an interview with him. He never does interviews
According ___this report, scientists have discovered a new planet.
The facts in this article don't correspond ___my own experience at all
The editor sent an email ___ every journalist on the news desk announcing ___ there would be an emergency editorial meeting at one.
I had heard ___the problems the paper was facing and I heard ___one of my colleagues that the paper might be going to close
about , from
Whatever it was, it was likely ___ be bad news
At the meeting, the editor told us ___ to tell anyone else yet, but the paper had been taken over by Ronald Morduck
He said he had only been informed ___ the decision that morning
We were all so surprised ___the news that nobody knew what to say
I made a comment ___a colleague that it was time to start looking for a new job
The editor heard this, and finally managed to persuade us not ___quit until we had seen what changes would be made
Why do press photographers think that can turn up at a celebrity's house completely ___ (announce)
How many means of ___ ( communicate) do you use on a regular basis ?
Could you write an ____ (edit) for the next issue of the school magazine?
You have to have a sense of ___ (humour) to work in children's TV?
There's an ___ (write) rule in tabloid newspapers that the truth always takes second place to a good story
When Jill was at ___ (second) Schöll she used to to dream of being a DJ on local radio.
Are you thinking of a career in ___ (journal)?
You don't actually get a lot of ___ ( inform ) from a news report on radio or TV
I love watching __ (discuss) programmes, And I love politics, so you'd think I'd enjoy watching ___ ( politics) being interviewed on TV
All too often, ___(journal) ask them the most ____ ( ridicule ) questions, and when they do get an interesting question, I sit there watching in ___ (believe) as some of the most ___ ( power) people in the country give totally ___( convince ) responses
Journalists , ridiculous, disbelief, powerful, unconvincing
It's as if they don't care whether their reply is ___ ( believe) or not
Often, they're very poor ___ ( communicate), and they're frequently even more ___( inform ) about key issues than I am
I don't expect them to be particularly ___ ( humour ) - they are serious people
The charity / union I'm a member of is calling for a nationwide strike next week.
It's company / firm/ business policy not to allow the use of phones for personal calls
The recent raise / rise in the cost of petrol has affected loads of small businesses round here
In some professions, you have to retire / resign when you're 60 or 65 years old
My grandfather gets a pension / promotion from the company he used to work for
Not only did we all have to work overtime / promotion this weekend, but we didn't get paid for it
Have you had any news about that work/job /career you applied for yet ?
The starting salary / wage is 200000 per year
You'll get a weekly pay / wage of about 300 before deductions
She became a full time member of employees/staff/employers last year
No sooner had Denzil ___ the lottery than he decided to quit his job
How long does it take you to ____ to work everyday
How much does a state school teacher ___ each year ?
Over a hundred workers were ___ redundant when the factory closed
Our next door neighbor was ___ for stealing company property
Does your local supermarket ___?
Rarely have I ___so much valuable experience in such a short space of time
I was working as as IT manager for a small publishing company. In fact I was standing ___ for the actual manager while she was away on maternity leave when the company was taken ___ by a large multinational media organization.
And initially our new owners promised to see our small company ___ the hard times
Things got worse, though, and they finally backed __ of their agreement
Our company closed ____. We were made redundant
I ___ down several offers of work as I didn't want to rush into anything
I'm going to set ___ my own business
I had to ___ to everything myself - I was the only employee. But I set ___it with dedication and refused to give up.
I've taken___more and more staff
I set ___to be successful and I've managed it
We're bring ___ new products all the time
I want to speed ___our production process to make it more efficient as I'm not planning to slow ___ anytime soon
I put a lot of effort ___ writing this report
They've made their decision ___ who's going to get promoted
It's not in your interest to ___
The secretary's kept me __hold for ages
I don't know why you didn't apply____ that position
I think we're all in agreement ___this, aren't we ?
Dean's been out ___work for over two months now
The shop hasn't been in ___long
I'm glad you're finally taking an interest ___your work
Jason lives fairly near his place of __, doesn't he ?
Maybe you should drive a letter __complaint to the manager
When was the last time you had a ___off?
Hardly had the police officer come __duty when he had to respond to an emergency
My dad's __work at the moment I'm afraid. Can you call back later ?
I am available to ___ an interview at your convenience
He's been ___ this job for over thirty years
Our company ___ a lot of business with Altech
SLO's made an arrangement ___ the wholesalers to deliver more frequently in future
June's got several years' experience ___dealing with young children
We began ___looking round for advertising agencies which had experience of our market
Joanne is training ___become a trapeze artist at the moment
All the heavy ___ (machine) in the factory has been manufactured on site
Al is a manager at the local water ___ (work )
An ___ (industry ) dispute is threatening to delay production of the new car
We specialize ___ manufacturing tiles for the building industry
After qualifying ___ veterinary medicine, she decided to move to Yorkshire
We work under close ___ (supervise ), so there's not much opportunity for initiative
Farm ___ (work) in Belgium have accepted a 5% pay increase
There'll be an ___ ( add) charge of 30 for delivery
Supersonic planes have never been a ____( commerce ) success
We couldn't have built this new train without the ____(dedicate) and expertise of the the entire workforce
The plan is completely ___( work). Let's just forget it
Although a certain percentage of graduates will still be ___ ( employ ) six month after leaving university, the majority will have found ___ ( employ) by then
Companies come along to advertise jobs, which are usually in ___ ( manage), and the career structures and benefit packages that go with them
Job fairs are an ___ ( effect ) way for undergraduates to tune out what kind of job they might be interested in.
If you go to a job fair, dress ___ ( profession ). Don't wear jeans and a T-shirt if you don't want to look ___ ( responsible ) when you have you first ___(meet ) with your potential ___( employ)
Professionally, irresponsible, meeting, employer
If you're interested in a job on offer, you may have to fill out an___ ( apply ) form
It's___( help ) to take along relevant information with you
You'll also need proof of all your ___ ( qualify ), so don't forget to take photocopies of all your certificates with you
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