July 2, 2018 at 6:34 pm #219652
Speaking Part 1: NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
1/ Do you often read newspaper?
I rarely read newspapers. I prefer keeping up to date with news via internet which are more accessible and easier nowadays with the popularity of the new technology.
2/ Do you prefer to read local news or international news?
Well, I suppose that I have an inclination towards local news. I want to keep track of what’s happening inside my country.
3/ Which is more popular where you live, newspapers or magazines?
Well, I think that people read newspapers more often than magazines, normally because newspapers provide information that is relatively easy to understand for almost everyone. On the other hand, magazines contain longer articles and specifically focus on a particular topic which may be quite difficult or unfamiliar to some readers.
4/ Do many people today read newspapers?
I guess…yes, maybe. Because every morning when I go to work, I can see many people reading the daily newspapers at pavement cafés. However, I think nowadays people are tending to gradually change their habits and accessing the latest news online.
5/ In the future, do you think more people than today will read magazines, or fewer people?
I’m not really sure about this, but I suppose that there will be fewer people reading magazines in the future. It’s probably because nowadays there are various sources of information, so people can search if they want to find knowledge of any field, especially on the Internet. It’s easier and cheaper. Maybe in the future perhaps specialists will be the only ones who read the magazines which relate to their own particular fields.
6/Do you think newspapers will be very important to you in the future?
Well, frankly speaking, I rarely read newspapers and access to the latest news online instead, so newspapers have no impact to my life.
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