Recommendation 1 from ‘Huffington Post’

Article Name:‘Are You Older Than Your Parents’ Dates?’

By: ‘Dr. Peggy Drexler’

Dilemmas for the young

Summary:

The article deals with the trials and tribulations faced by teenagers and young people, as their separated and divorced parents date younger people, in the search for love and comfort. The problems faced and the solutions to the same are enunciated, the stories of the people who have experienced it, stating how the children feel and the need for them to talk to parents and discuss the matters.

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Devolve: Grow worse
Overtly: In a manner that is observable and not secret or hidden
Rift: A personal or social separation

Recommendation 2 from ‘LA times’

Article Name:‘GM is alive, Osama is dead’ is Obama’s answer to Republicans’

By: ‘David Horsey’

Questions that the Democrats need to answer

Summary:

The article talks about the challenges to Republicans, explaining the importance of the bumper sticker line-‘Gm is alive and Osama is dead’ coined by the democrats. The economic and employment scenario has been commented upon, the continuous struggle of the middle class discussing what effect it will have on the vote bank for Obama, and what need to be done by the Democrats to make people trust them for another term.

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Decapitated: Having had the head cut off
Succinct: Briefly giving the gist of something
Resonance: Some duty that is essential and urgent

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Telegraph’

Article Name:‘British Christians must find a louder voice’

By: ‘Jenny McCartney’

Tough time for British Christians

Summary:

The article is about the indifference and discrimination being faced by the followers of Christian faith in Britain, giving example of a lady, the bias attitude she had to face and how far the behavior of officials is justified. It debates about the rules put regarding various faiths and later talks about the disappointment being felt by people due to the revelations at Radio 4.

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Quell: Suppress or crush completely
Absolved: Freed from any question of guilt
Snippet: A small piece of anything (especially a piece that has been snipped off).

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