Словообразование упражнение №20
Read the texts below and decide what part of speech in A, B, C or D best fits each gap in the sentences.
Periodicals are publications released on a (1) _______ basis that feature articles, poems, stories, and other types of writing. Many periodicals also (2) _______ photographs and drawings. Periodicals that are aimed at a general audience, such as weekly news roundups, are also called magazines. Those with a more (3) _______ audience, such as publications of (4) _______ organizations, can be termed journals.
(5) _______ , the difference between periodicals and news papers has been a matter of format, publication sched ule, and content. Most newspapers deal with the news of the day and are (6) _______ daily on pulp paper with relative ly large, unbound pages. Periodicals focus on more (7) _______ material, and when they deal with the news they tend do so in the form of (8) _______ or commentaries. For centurie periodicals generally (9) _______ on finer paper than newspapers, with smaller (10) _______ pages, and at intervals longer than a day (weekly, every two weeks, monthly, quarterly, or even annually).
In the 1990s, with the (11) _______ of the Internet, publishers began to release newspapers and periodicals online. This development (12) _______ the line between the two forms because the general format of online newspapers and periodicals is (13) _______ , and the publication schedule of both forms became more (14) _______ . For example, many newspaper publishers update their online versions throughout the day, and some online periodicals do the same Despite these technological changes, the two forms differing emphasis in choice of content remains a (15) _______ factor.