Choose the correct word. Change the form of the word where necessary.
She *** all the charges that have been made against her.
Workers should be entitled to *** to work under these conditions.
We couldn’t *** what to do.
Sam *** her explanation without question.
The story was seized on by the tabloid press, who printed it under huge ***.
Mention your sources at the end, under the *** ‘Bibliography’.
In February 1990, the well-known US computer journal, ‘Byte’, ran a special *** on multimedia.
She admitted she was wrong in an *** in the newspaper.
5. talk show/quiz show/game show
Some one who’s brilliant on the cinema screen isn’t necessarily a good *** *** guest.
The returning comedy *** *** is again hosted by Stephen Fry, a man who disdained the offer of succeeding Angus Deayton on Have I Got News for You.
The station *** warned us that the train was running late.
Parcells, the former New York Giants coach, later became a sports *** on television.
The story was seized on by the *** press, who printed it under huge headlines.
The ‘Daily Telegraph’ is a *** newspaper.
The minister pushed past the waiting ***, refusing to speak to them.
Gossip *** from the local papers wrote about them.
There was no mention of the incident in the national ***.
The mass *** has helped to call attention to environmental issues.
The event was given wide *** coverage.
It’s my favourite TV *** — I never miss an episode.
Double-click on the icon to start the ***.
We really don’t need a dedicated sports *** as we don’t watch much sport.
Did you hear the *** of last night’s game?
Our next *** is at 10.30 p.m.
‘We interrupt this broadcast,’ said an announcer, fading out José Iturbi, ‘to bring you an important ***’