Which of the following statements is true?,

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A blazer

A type of formal jacket

A hoodie

A sweatshirt that has a hood to cover the head

Checked

With a pattern of squares assembled end to end

Striped

With stripes all along the material

Flashy

Too bright and big looking

Outrageous

With a unusual or strange look

Skimpy

Referred to clothes that show a lot of your body

To sweat

To secrete water from your skin when you feel hot or nervous

Mud-splattered

Covered in dirt

Budget

The amount of money you can spend on smth

Costume

Special dress or clothes you wear for a party or filming

Stuntmen

A double of an actor who does the risky scenes

Ripped clothes

Torn clothes

Can’t afford

You can’t pay for it

Size

Clothes will fit you if they are the right size

To throw away

To put into the bin

Trendy

Fashionable

Patterned

Not plain

Scruffy

Not elegant

Tight-fitting

Skinny

Baggy

Too big

To wonder

To ask yourself

Smart

Elegant

To wrap

I’ll wrap the present with a dot patterned material

An event

Don’t forget tomorrow's concert, it’s an important event for

the artist

Broadsheets

Serious newspapers

Tabloids

Popular newspapers with a lot of pictures and brief reports

Tune in

To watch or listen to a specific radio or television

programme

To browse

To look for information on the internet

Channel hop

The action of changing the tune you are connected to

Documentary

A TV programme about History or nature

To skim

To read quickly

Inquiry

Investigation

Missing

Absent or lost

Accuracy

The ability to do something without making any mistake

Average

A standard or level that is considered to be usual

Phone tapping

Secretly listening to the conversations of others in their

phones

Make Research

Investigate

Journalist

A person whose profession is to write reports for

newspapers

To release

Last Friday this singer-songwriter released a new album

To deny

To not allow/ To not accept / To say smth is not true

On bail

To be kept in jail until the trial begins

Gadgets

Devices

To broadcast

To send out a programme on television or radio

Nowadays

Today

Actually

In fact

A host

The one who invites the guests

Foreign correspondent

The representer of a company in another country

Current affairs

The most recent worries or happenings

Headlines

The title for a news report

Do up

Fasten

Dress up

To wear an outfit

Go with

Match

Put on

To wear

Take off

Opposite of put on

Try on

To wear smth you are aiming to buy

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