Ana Landa Vázquez
Created on Tue Mar 28 2017 10:31:16 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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A NEWSPAPER'S NAME PRINTED IN SPECIAL TYPE ON THE FRONT PAGE.
A SECONDARY HEADLINE WHICH PROVIDES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE STORY.
THE TITLE GIVEN TO A STORY.
NAME OF THE WRITER APPEARING ABOVE THE ARTICLE.
THE FIRST SENTENCE OF A NEWS STORY INFORMING THE READER OF:WHO, WHERE, WHAT, WHEN and sometimes HOW & WHY
The Newtown Art Gallery on Costable Street was broken into the middle of the night. Fifty works of art were stolen from the gallery. Apparently, a number of thieves worked together so that they could finish quickly.
Police are investigating at the moment. They are also questioning the gallery's workers to collect additional information.
The theft was discovered by the gallery's manager, Mr. Edward Anderson, when he arrived at work this morning. A window was broken in order to enter the gallery. Forty paintings and ten sculptures were reported missing. According to police, a van was seen as it was leaving the gallery at about three o'clock this morning. The van was grey and the name of a local shop was written on it.
New English in Use. Burlington Books. Student's Book, p. 96
DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION APPEARING WITH A PIECE OR 'ART', ALSO CALLED A CAPTION.
A REFERENCE TO THE SOURCE OF AN PHOTOGRAPH. ***If it's a drawing or an image which has been taken from somewhere else, you ALWAYS refer to the source.
WAS DISCOVEREDWAS BROKENWERE REPORTEDWAS SEENWAS WRITTEN
WAS BROKENWERE STOLEN
IS THIS A PASSIVE CONSTRUCTION?WHICH ELEMENT IS MISSING?
IN ORDER TO
CUT:A PHOTO or ILLUSTRATION