Grammar Patterns

the N

The 'media' group

These nouns refer to media and communications. (Telegraph is also often used without the.)
She is known as the sexiest voice on the airwaves.
They circulated the screenplay on the Internet.
It's hard to make sense of the flood of medical research reported in the media.
McLintock speaks to Graham most days on the phone and regularly meets him for dinner.
He managed to transmit his passion for the written word in a way that was irresistible.
  • airwaves
  • blower
  • box
  • ether
  • grapevine
  • gutter press
  • infobahn
  • information superhighway
  • Internet
  • mass media
  • media
  • net
  • PA
  • papers
  • phone
  • press
  • printed word
  • radio
  • spoken word
  • superhighway
  • telegraph
  • telephone
  • tube
  • web
  • World Wide Web
  • written word
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