Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Newspaper"

The meaning of "Newspaper" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The newspaper article was distorted, and and skewed the facts in a way that was misleading. mean?
A: Distorted means altered (usually in a bad way) , and misleading means that it can lead you to interpret something wrong, so that means that the newspaper article was altered and it could lead to a wrong interpretation of the facts.
Q: What does He found a strange newspaper from France on the property in June 2020 mean?
A: "on the property" refers to a building or land that someone owns. Did the text mention a building or piece of land that "he" would be going to earlier on?
Q: What does When they took over, the newspaper was on its knees. mean?
A: This sounds to me like something situational.

To me, it sound like in this scenario, the newspaper holds a lot of power for the society, and when a new group of people take power, the newspaper loses its control over the people
Q: What does Roughly half of all newspaper jobs have been eliminated as the cumulative weekday circulation of print papiers has fallen to 73 million from 122 million mean?
A: Comme le tirage journalier des journaux imprimés a chuté de 122 millions d'exemplaires à 73 millions, près de la moitié des postes dans la presse ont été supprimés.
Q: What does The newspaper offers a very competitive salary, and good medical and dental packages. mean?
A: @Ri-na It's like a medical plan or health insurance.

It's called a package because it would be a bundle of benefits (check-ups, treatment, etc.).

This also mentions a medical package... that is the same for general health care.

Example sentences using "Newspaper"

Q: Please show me example sentences with newspaper. Can it have a plural form(newspapers?).
A: Did you read the newspaper today?
I read three different newspapers each day.
I went to the store to buy a newspaper, but there were no newspapers left.

Synonyms of "Newspaper" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it is a newspaper and this is a newspaper ?
A: It is a newspaper is referring to the newspaper not being within reach but in sight.

This is a newspaper means that you probably have the newspaper with you or next to you.
Q: What is the difference between we'll see whether the newspapers print the story. and we'll see if the newspapers print the story. ?
A: There is no difference.
Usually you say "We'll see whether the newspapers print the story or not." or "We'll see whether or not the newspapers print the story."
Q: What is the difference between newspaper and post ?
A: Newspaper is the black and white thing people read in the Morning to get the news.

Post is letters sent to people each other in the mail.
Q: What is the difference between newspaper and magazine ?
A: The main difference is that news paper are written for a general audience, while magazines are for specific types of audiences. News paper are generally published daily, while magazines are usually published weekly or monthly.
Q: What is the difference between newspapers /nju:z'peɪpəs/ and newspapers /nju:z'peɪpəz/ ?
A: They are the same. The difference is how hard you pronounce the "s" at the end of newspapers

Translations of "Newspaper"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? newspaper reports have been....(saying or informing)
A: Newspaper reports have been saying...
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎I always watch English newspapers online. They are xxx, xxx and xxx, and in my opinion some newspapers are biased sometimes so I would rather read more different angles of news.
A: I always read English newspapers online. They are xxx, xxx and xxx, and I think some newspapers are biased at times, so I would rather read news from different angles.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? newspaper
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? newspaper
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? newspaper
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Other questions about "Newspaper"

Q: She showed me the newspaper which her son was in.
彼女は彼の息子が載っている新聞を見せてくれた。 does this sound natural?
A: Which her son:
-Was in
-Appeared in
-Made an appearance in

All these work :) good job!
Q: When I read newspapers in English, I feel carsick because there are tons of difficult words and the letters of its make me dizzy. does this sound natural?
A: "there" instead of "that's". Natural other then that! maybe say letters instead of alphabets.
Q: I used to subscribe newspapers when I was in Japan to study Japanese. Especially I enjoyed reading the editorial column that's because there is informative author opinion respectively. I could understand the issue from writer's point views while I studied the language. does this sound natural?
A: I used to subscribe to newspapers when I was in Japan to study. I especially enjoyed reading the editorial column because there is an informative authors opinion which enabled me to understand the writers point of view while I studied the language.

There were a few bits I would have changed around. :)
Q: I always read the newspaper to know what's going on on the news. does this sound natural?
A: Try not to use the word "news" in the same sentence as the word "newspaper"
Q: Suppose that you fold the same newspaper 100 times.
The folded newspaper would become so thick that it reaches outer space. does this sound natural?
A: I would say, "...would become so thick that it reached/would reach outer space."

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