Describe something you bought according to an advertisement you saw
You should say:
What it was
Where you saw or heard about it
What it was about
And explain why you wanted to buy it
About a couple of months ago I saw an advertisement on the Internet for a special pair of running shoes. It was the picture that caught my attention first because the shoes looked very different from normal running shoes. They were designed like a pair of gloves for your feet, if you know what I mean. They were made from a special “breathable”material and had a synthetic sole grafted onto the body so that they fitted like a glove on your foot, but the bottom was quite similar to the normal pair running shoes so that it provided protection for your feet.
Anyway, the ad was basically a 360 degrees color photo of the shoes, showing them from all angles and some technical and product information about them. There was also a video that was maybe 3 or 4 minutes long to introduce the shoes. It was more an informative ad than anything arty or creative, but it made me want to buy the shoes because I hadn't seen them before and I wanted to try them, so I ordered a pair in my size and they arrived a couple of days later. I've tried them out a couple of times so far and they seem really good.
How do businesses promote their products?
Can you compare different kinds of advertising methods?
What kinds of advertisements are there in your country?
How does the advertising industry develop in your country?
Do you trust advertisements?
Describe a time you felt happy that you used your cellphone
You should say:
When it happened
Where it happened
Who you were with
And explain why you felt happy by using your cellphone
Do most people have mobile phones in your country?
Will the use of cellphone cause any problems to others?
What do people use cellphones for?
What are the advantages of having a mobile phone?
Are children allowed to use mobile phones in your country?
What are the effects when someone is making a lot of noise by using mobile phones in a public place?
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