By Wynford Hicks
English for reporters is a useful consultant not just to the fundamentals of English, yet to these elements of writing, equivalent to reporting speech, condo variety and jargon that are particular to the language of journalism. This revised and up to date variation features a dialogue of the hot debates surrounding using typical English, the right kind use and spelling of everyday international phrases, a bankruptcy on broadcast journalism by way of Harriet Gilbert and an up-to-date word list.
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