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Topic: TV/Radio related terms/expressions



1. If a lot of people watch a TV show, chances are that it will remain on the air and won't be __________.
  cancelled
  taken
  removed

2. Pass me the ________. I'd like to change the channel.
  remote control
  robot control
  pilot

3. I can't pick up any good radio ________ where I live.
  reception
  show
  stations

4. Hey, do you remember that name of the actor that __________ the killer in the movie we saw last week?
  ran
  played
  acted

5. A ________ is a repeat broadcast of a show.
  run again
  return
  rerun

6. A couch ___________ is someone who spends a lot of time on the couch ( = sofa) watching TV.
  potato
  person
  sitter

7. The people who read the news on TV are called news ________.
  anchors
  people
  readers

8. A ________ is a show with a very simple plot (usually about love).
  soft opera
  love opera
  soap opera

9. A ________ show is a television or radio program where several people come together to discuss various topics.
  problem
  grand
  talk

10. Most people these days order ________ TV, which gives them access to many more channels apart from the local ones they would normally get.
  cable
  new
  personal


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