viernes, 21 de agosto de 2015
Here is a brief guide to the “rules” by which English newspaper headlines are written:
The article and the verb to be are omitted.
The present tenses are used to describe something which has happened, is happening, or happens repeatedly.
When the present continuous is used, the auxiliary verb to be is omitted.
To refer to the future, the infinitive with to is used.
Passive sentences are written without their auxiliary verbs.
There are a number of words which are specifically used in headlines (e.g. quit is often used instead of resign)