This DOES have relevance to the IB....just in an abstract "I need some views for my IB Higher German lesson" way. I think it might be cool to see if there's a major difference between reading habits of IB'ers and Non-IB'ers.
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What type of newspaper do you read regularly and why? watch
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- Thread Starter
- 10-11-2008 19:01
- 10-11-2008 19:03
I've given up reading the newspaper due to the following reasons
1) I don't have time on the IB to read a "good" newspaper
2) I can't afford £4 a week (weekdays) to buy a newspaper. IB books cost ALOT of money
But I did use to read The Guardian. a good quality paper with lots of supplements each day worth reading also.
- 10-11-2008 19:07
The Evening Chronicle, just to find out about Newcastle and the region.
I get my national and international news from the tele.
- 10-11-2008 21:00
The Washington Post, which is distributed mostly regionally (thus I read it as I live here) but is respected nationally (it's the paper whose journalists uncovered Watergate).