1. Do you prefer to read a newspaper or magazine?
I think I would choose magazines. The way magazines display information looks really appealing to me. Moreover, they always have in-depth articles to broaden my horizons about specific fields such as education or science.
2. Do you prefer to read news online or in a newspaper?
I’ll probably go with reading news online. Electronic newspapers are updated frequently, which means I can keep abreast of new information immediately compared to obsolete traditional newspapers.
– Display (verb):
Ex: The exhibition displays many exotic items which draw a lot of attention of people.
– In-depth (adjective):
Ex: He has an in-depth knowledge about marketing so I am sure you can count on him.
– Broaden one’s horizons (verb):
Ex: Travelling abroad helps me broaden my horizons about different customs, culture.
– Electronic newspaper (noun):
Ex: There are more people reading electronic newspapers than printed newspapers.
– Keep abreast of something (verb):
Ex: Please keep me abreast of any change in his condition
– Obsolete (adjective):
Ex: These T-shirts are so obsolete. You should buy new ones.