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Can a newspaper headline be a question?
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none ecept Local High School Dropouts Cut in Half There are different headline for different places you would need to state the place before an answer could be given
Super cally are fantasic Celtic are atrocious
unusual headline and production headline
The Spanish Civil War continued throughout 1939. In January, Barcelona fell to Franco's troops. Elsewhere in Europe, Hitler threatened Jews in his Reichstag speech.
The headline of a newspaper is the first few words that tel someone what the article is about.
Britain fights again.
The 'headline' on a newspaper is usually on the front cover. In big letters, it may take up a whole half of the page or even more. Imagine this little drawing as a newspaper. …You pick it up, it reads: ___________________ |-Celebrity name here- | |CAUGHT | |DRINK-DRIVING! (p3) | ||-------------------------- || || -insert picture here- || ||_________________|| Headlines are used to attract peoples attention. You wouldn't pick up a paper that said, in tiny writing, "How grass reproduces" [XDD Just a random thing] would you? Headlines are big, and bold, and makes people want to read them. Remember it's not just all Celebrities and drink driving, it could be politics, sport... really anything that takes peoples interest :3 Hope I helped x
A headline in a newspaper is the most important part of a newspaper. It is the important news for the day.
the Lead story
the headline of a newspaper i think is a major subject or topic sentence which is introduced and deliberated upon in details
One of the functions of a newspaper headline is to let the reader get a basic understanding of what an article is about. Another function is to get the attention of the re…ader.
To catch the eye and make some one want to read the entire story. The original intent was (and still is) to lure of a passer by at the news stand into buying the newspaper. Th…is leads to some sensational headlines to what might be a mundane story. This is still used in all forms of media. TV news has a "sting". "Two shot by suspected drug dealer, details at 11" is something one might hear on the TV between programs promoting the news. Headlines do the same thing.
The main headline in the newspaper is called he main headline
SC rejects Bhullar's plea for commuting death penalty to life term on grounds of ...
The headline the hook of a story. That is, it's what catches yourattention and gets you interested in the story. When you read astory in the newspaper, the headline is the fir…st thing you see.
The purpose of a headline is to attract your attention to a story. Headlines give you a quick, basic idea of the topic of the story, but to find out more, you have to read th…e story itself. Headlines tend to be very short, perhaps a few words, in big, bold type-face. They are also in their own special grammar, often leaving out articles or conjunctions and focusing on subjects and verbs: "THREE SHOT IN HOME INVASION" or "HOSPITAL WILL CLOSE IN DECEMBER" or "PRINCE WILLIAM TO VISIT WHITE HOUSE."