Name this person

Can you recognize this famous person?

Do you know why she is an important media figure?

To find out, click here.

The media includes newspapers, magazines, TV, and--of course--the Internet. We've created this page about the media to help you practice your English. There are quizzes to test your English skills, a discussion forum where you can share your ideas, as well as games and activities about the media. Come on, stay with the times.


There's a lot happening in the world.

Activities and Games


Practice your TOEFL skills by taking an interactive quiz!

Headline English

Newspaper headlines look different from regular English sentences because headline writers don't want to use too many words. Headlines often leave out grammatical structures like articles and auxiliary verbs. They use simple forms of verbs to describe something that has happened. They use infinitive forms to describe something that is going to happen. Headlines also use abbrieviations and idioms.

Click on one of the following actual newspaper headlines to see how it translates into ordinary English.

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