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					         Unit 4

Advertising
Field work    Speaking

Reading A     Grammar

Listening     Reading B

Reading C      Writing
         • Coca-cola
         • drink
• 可口可乐.doc
   http://www.tudou.com/programs/vi
      ew/i7hAVYdzSDQ/ 可口可乐


      http://www.adtopic.net/Vie
         wad.asp?ID=13584 耐克

      http://www.adtopic.net/View
         ad.asp?ID=9768 yoga

   http://www.adtopic.net/Viewad.asp?ID=
      14433 公益回收

http://www.adtopic.net/Viewad.asp?ID=109
   08 能源
可口可乐公司(Coca-Cola Company)成立于1892年
,目前总部设在美国乔亚州亚特兰大,是全球最大的
饮料公司,拥有全球48%市场占有率以及全球前三大
饮料的二项(可口可乐排名第一,百事可乐第二,低
热量可口可乐第三),其2001年营收达20,092百万美
元,普通股股东权益则为11,351百万美元。可口可乐
在200个国家拥有160种饮料品牌,包括汽水、运动
饮料、乳类饮品、果汁、茶和咖啡,亦是全球最大的
果汁饮料经销商(包括Minute Maid品牌),在美国排
名第一的可口可乐为其取得超过40%的市场占有率,
而雪碧(Sprite)则是成长最快的饮料,其它品牌包括
伯克(Barq)的root beer(沙士),水果国度(Fruitopia)以
及大浪(Surge)。
  • speaking

• Brand name
• Sports shoes




           • Anything is possible
       • Of all…I like …best.
       • The reason is that…
• 1.所有的饮料当中,我最喜欢可乐。原因
  是我喜欢它的味道

• Of all the drinks, I like Coca-Cola
   best. The reason is that I like the
   taste.
  • 2.所有的运动品牌当中,我最喜欢李
      宁。因为它的商品价格适中,质量
      较好。
• Of all the sports brands, I like Lining
   best. The reason is that the prices of its
   products are reasonable and the quality
   is nice.
                • report


• I often see advertisements of cosmetic, daily articles,
  household appliance, medicines and so on.

• I feel disgusted, annoyed and irritated (angry) when TV
  advertisements cut (interrupt) my favorite movie into pieces.

• In my opinion, I think advertisements are closely related
  to my life. Without them, it Would be quite possible that
  the life will become inconvenient.
   Unit 4
 Reading A
Advertising
 Pre-reading Work

  Global Reading

 Detailed Reading


      Back
        What kind of the video is
        it?
                           A. A film
                           B. An opera(歌剧)
                           C. A drama (戏剧)
                           D. An advertisement
                           √

                                       • Drink
• What advertisement is it?            • Pepsi
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How many kinds of
advertisement forms do you know?
       Newspaper advertisement—— 报纸
       广告




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       Magazine advertisements—— 杂志
       广告




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       Packing advertisement—— 包装广告




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       Outdoor advertisement—— 户外
       广告




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       Post advertisements—— 邮品广
       告




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       Traffic advertisements—— 交通广
       告




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                   Radio advertisement—— 广播
                   广告
       Script: Moo. The holidays are a great time to visit your local
   Gateway store, ‘cause now for just $999, after a 100-dollar
   mailing rebate, your can get the light-weight Solo 1200
   notebook, or you can get the 500S desktop, complete with an
   Intel Pentium 4 processor, 20 gigabyte hard-drive and a CD
   burner. And for a limiter time stop by your local Gateway store
   and ask about a great deal on a PC you can take home today.
   Hurry, offer ends soon.


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  TV advertisement—— 电视广告




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  • Public advertisement—— 公益广告




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       • Public advertisement—— 公益广告




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• Two sorts of advertisements
1. Commercial Ads
(1)Traffic Ads        (2) Outdoor Ads
(3) Newspaper Ads      (4) Magazine Ads
(5) Packing Ads        (6) Post Ads
(7) Radio Ads          (8) TV Ads

2. Public Ads
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           What is advertising?
    Advertising is to build an impression on the
    consumer's mind in order to have consumers
    buy certain products or services.
•   广告是为了某种特定的需要,通过一定形式的媒体,公开而广泛地向
    公众传递信息的宣传手段。

•   广告一词,据考证是一外来语。它首先源于拉丁文advertere,其意为
    注意、诱导。中古英语时代(约公元1300—1475年),演变为
    Advertise,其含义衍化为“使某人注意到某件事”,或“通知别人某
    件事,以引起他人的注意”。直到17世纪末,英国开始进行大规模的
    商业活动。这时,广告一词便广泛地流行并被使用。此时的“广
    告”,已不单指一则广告,而指一系列的广告活动。静止的物的概念
    的名词AdverA tise,被赋于现代意义,转化成为“Advertising”。
Global reading
Read the text. Use the suggested outline for focusing
on the theme.


 Suggested outline
      1. Development of Advertising
      2. Forms of advertising




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                     Global reading
        Fill the following table with the information that you find.
                       Development of Advertising
      Time                                          Facts
 In ancient times                         An outdoor display used

In the Middle Ages Town criers were paid to shout the praises of the merchants’ goods.

    After 1445       Printed advertising started to play a big role. Handouts were used.

                      The first American mail-order houses appeared. Manufacturers
In the early 1870s
                      could reach the consumer directly through catalogues.
   In the 1880s          Many manufacturers began to advertise their products.

   In the 1910s       Firms began to market their packaged goods under brand names.

   In the 1920s                      Radio was used for advertising.

                       Television appeared and developed fast to be one of the most
   In the 1950s
                        popular advertising media.
Detailed Reading
   Language Points in the Passage          1   2    3


 Para. 1
     One of the first known methods of advertising was an outdoor
 display, usually an eye-catching sign painted on the wall of a
 building. Researchers have discovered many such signs, for
 Display: in the ruins of ancient Rome and Pompeii. An outdoor
 example, n. show or exhibition                                 ×
 advertisement陈列, 展览, 显示 offers property for rent, and one
   e.g.          found in Rome
           This on a wall in Pompeii calls the of wealth.
 found painted wedding is a tasteless displayattention of traveller
 to a hotel这场婚礼是对财富庸俗的炫耀。
           in another town.


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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage         1    2    3


  Para. 1
      One of the first known methods of advertising was an outdoor
  display, usually an eye-catching sign painted on the wall of a
  building. Researchers have discovered many such signs, for
  example, in the ruins of ancient Rome and Pompeii. An outdoor
 ruins: n. Remains (of Rome offers property for rent, and one
  advertisement found in a building or buildings)                ×
                 on
  found painted废墟a wall in Pompeii calls the attention of traveller
   e.g.
            in saw the ruins
  to a hotelWeanother town. of the church.
          我们看见了这座教堂的废墟。

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage           1   2    3


  Para. 1
      One of the first known methods of advertising was an outdoor
  display, usually an eye-catching sign painted on the wall of a
  building. Researchers have discovered many such signs, for
 Eyes-catching: ruins of ancient Rome and Pompeii. esp. outdoor
  example, in the a. Striking and easily noticeable, An            ×
  advertisement foundbecause it is pleasant to look at.
                         in Rome offers property for rent, and one
                        引人注目的、耀眼的
  found painted on a wall in Pompeii calls the attention of traveller
                        town.
  to a hotel in anotherShe wears an eye-catching dress.
         e.g.
                     她穿了一件显眼的裙子。

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Detail Reading
    Language Points in the Passage           1    2    3


  Para. 2
     In the Middle Ages a simple but effective form of advertising
  was very popular. Tradespeople paid so called “town criers” who
  shouted the praises of the merchants’ goods. Printed advertising
  played no big role until the invention of the printing press by
  Johannes Gutenberg in 1445. Now the printers and later the
  merchants used little handouts to advertise their products. These
  handouts often contained special symbols of the tradespeople
  and were also used as posters on walls. This form of
  advertisement lasted for a very long time.
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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage           1    2    3


  Para. 2
     In the Middle Ages a simple but effective form of advertising
  was very popular. Tradespeople paid so called “town criers” who
  shouted the Ages:
 the Middlepraises of the merchants’ goods. Printed advertising
  played no big role until and invention of the printing press by ×
                           The period in European history
 between about 1100 AD the 1500 AD (or sometimes, in
   wider sense, between 1445. Now 1500 AD)
 aJohannes Gutenberg in500 AD and the printers and later the
  merchants used little handouts to advertise their products. These
      中世纪、中古时代。
  handouts often contained special symbols of the tradespeople
  and were also used as posters on walls. This form of
  advertisement lasted for a very long time.
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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage          1    2   3


  Para. 2
     In the Middle Ages a simple but effective form of advertising
  was very popular. Tradespeople paid so called “town criers” who
  shouted the praises of the merchants’ goods. Printed advertising
 praises:non. Words that praise someone or something by ×
  played big role until the invention of the printing press
  Johannes Gutenberg in 1445. Now the printers and later the
                赞扬, 赞美的话, 赞美, 荣耀, 称赞
  merchants used little handouts to advertise their products. These
   e.g.        人人都称赞他的诚实。
  handouts often contained special symbols of the tradespeople
                used as speaks in praise of his honesty.
  and were alsoEveryoneposters on walls. This form of
  advertisement lasted for a very long time.
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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage           1    2    3


  Para. 2
     In the Middle Ages a simple but effective form of advertising
  was very popular. Tradespeople paid so called “town criers” who
  shouted the praises of the merchants’ goods. Printed advertising
  played no big role until the invention of the printing press by
  Johannes Gutenberg in 1445. Now the printers and later the
 role: n. Function or importance of somebody/something ×
  merchants used little handouts to advertise their products. These
                角色,任务
  handouts often contained special symbols of the tradespeople
   e.g.     He used as posters on walls. king in our
  and were alsoplayed the role of an old This form ofschool play.
            他在我们学校演的剧中扮演老国王的角色。
  advertisement lasted for a very long time.
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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage          1   2


  Para. 3
     In terms of volume and technique, advertising made its
  greatest early advances in the United States of America. In the
  early times, the nation was underdeveloped and lacked long-
  distance transportation and communication systems. That’s why
  advertising across the country was not practical. But clever
  manufacturers had the idea of reaching the consumer directly
  through catalogues. So the first American mail-order houses
  appeared in the early 1870s.

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage         1    2


  Para. 3
      In terms of volume and technique, advertising made its
  greatest early advances in the United States of America. In the
  early times, Forward movement; progress
 advance: n.the nation was underdeveloped and lacked long- ×
  distance transportation and communication systems. That’s why
                  前进,提升
  advertising across the country was not practical. But clever
   e.g. Science has made of reaching the consumer directly
  manufacturers had the ideagreat advances in the past fifty years.
  through科学在过去的50年取得了巨大的进步。
            catalogues. So the first American mail-order houses
  appeared in the early 1870s.

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage        1    2

 mail order: order for goods to be delivered by post
 Para. 3                                                        ×
                 邮购
    In terms of volume and technique, advertising made its
    e.g.    These products are only States of by mail order.
 greatest early advances in the Unitedavailable America. In the
 early times, the nation was underdeveloped and lacked long-
            这些产品只能邮购。
 distance transportation and communication systems. That’s why
 advertising across the country was not practical. But clever
 manufacturers had the idea of reaching the consumer directly
 through catalogues. So the first American mail-order houses
 appeared in the early 1870s.

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage         1    2


  Para. 4
     In the 1880s a new age of advertising began. New methods of
  manufacturing led to greatly increased output and decreased the
  costs for the producers of consumer goods. The products now
  could be packaged at the plant. Moreover, the telegraph network
  was in place and the continent had been crisscrossed by a
  network of railroads.



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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage        1    2

 in place:
  Para. 4
                 in existence and ready to be used              ×
                 投入使用,到位,准备就绪
    e.g.the 1880s a new age ofproject has been inNew methods of
     In      The funds to this advertising began. place.
  manufacturing led to greatly increased output and decreased the
             这个项目的资金已到位。
  costs for the producers of consumer goods. The products now
  could be packaged at the plant. Moreover, the telegraph network
  was in place and the continent had been crisscrossed by a
  network of railroads.



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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage        1    2

 crisscross: v. To mark with a pattern of crossing lines ×
  Para. 4           交叉移动; 在…上来回交叉移动
    e.g.the Train tracks age of advertising began. New methods of
     In     1880s a new crisscross the country.
            铁轨遍布全国。
  manufacturing led to greatly increased output and decreased the
  costs for the producers of consumer goods. The products now
  could be packaged at the plant. Moreover, the telegraph network
  was in place and the continent had been crisscrossed by a
  network of railroads.



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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage

  Para. 5
     The most widely advertised consumer products at this time
  had been patent medicine. In 1893 more than half of over a
  hundred firms spending more than fifty thousand dollars
  annually on advertising were patent medicine manufacturers.




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   Language Points in the Passage          1


 Para. 6
     But only 20 years later, most of these firms were not patent
 medicine manufacturers any more but manufacturers of food,
 soap, cosmetics and automobiles. These firms began to market
 their packaged goods under brand names. Some of the first
 brands v. to persuade people Coca Cola. Previously
 market:were Colgate, Wrigley andto buy, esp. by using such
                                                                  ×
            skills of products like milk, sugar, soap, rice and
 everyday householdadvertising and supplying
               销售,在市场上进行交易
 candles had been sold in neighborhood shops from bulk
   e.g.
 packages.Used cars are usually marketed in this field.
          二手车交易一般在这个地方进行。
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Detail Reading
    Language Points in the Passage           1    2   3


  Para. 7
     In the 1920s advertisers and their agents had come to realize
  the radio’s possibilities. With its appealing programs, radio could
  convey their message directly to the consumer who would not
  need to buy a newspaper or even need to be able to read.

  Para. 8 -- the last Para.
      In the 1950s came television which developed fast to be one
  of the most popular advertising media. Now advertisers could

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Detail Reading
    Language Points in the Passage              1    2     3


  Para. 7
     In the 1920s advertisers and their agents had come to realize
  the radio’s possibilities. With its appealing programs, radio could
  convey their message directly to or consumer who would not ×
 agent: n. Person who acts for,the who manages the
          buy a newspaper or even need others
  need to business affairs of another orto be able to read.
              代理人;代理商:被授权代表别人行事的人:
  Para. 8 -- the last Para.
    e.g.       Our agent in Nanning deals with all our business in Guangxi.
      In the 1950s came television which developed fast to be one
               我们驻南宁的代理处理我们所有在广西的业务。
  of the most popular advertising media. Now advertisers could

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage           1   2    3


  Para. 7
     In the 1920s advertisers and their agents had come to realize
  the radio’s possibilities. With its appealing programs, radio could
  convey (do message begin to do sth. as a result of time
 come to theirsth.): to directly to the consumer who would not ×
  need to buy a newspaper or even need to be able to read.
                   or experience
                     逐渐,渐渐,开始
               They Para.
  Para. 8 -- the lastcame to know the truth.
    e.g.
      In the 1950s came television which developed fast to be one
               他们渐渐了解了真相。
  of the most popular advertising media. Now advertisers could

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Detail Readingsb.): to make (ideas, feelings, etc) known
 convey sth. (to
                  to another person
                                                                  ×
                   in the Passage
    Language Points交流或使知道;告知                 1    2   3


  Para. 7Please convey my good wishes to your parents.
   e.g.
         请代我祝福你父母。
     In the 1920s advertisers and their agents had come to realize
  the radio’s possibilities. With its appealing programs, radio could
  convey their message directly to the consumer who would not
  need to buy a newspaper or even need to be able to read.

  Para. 8 -- the last Para.
      In the 1950s came television which developed fast to be one
  of the most popular advertising media. Now advertisers could

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Detail Reading
   Language Points in the Passage

  show the use of their products and present well-known people to
  praise them.
    Today advertisers spend millions of dollars for their
  campaigns, although they don’t always know how effective their
  advertising dollars really are. Frank Woolworth once said:
    “I know that half of my advertising budget is wasted.
      The problem is that I don’t know which half.”



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Grammar   Subjunctive Mood II

           虚拟语气

          含蓄条件句

          状语从句

          would rather


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Grammar       Subjunctive Mood

                虚拟语气
   通过介词短语,副词或上下文来表示假设、条件的虚拟语气表达
 法叫做含蓄条件句。 Example
               含蓄条件句
    We took a taxi to the airport. Otherwise we should have
 missed the plane.
               状语从句
    我们搭了记程车去机场。不然的话我们已经错过飞机了。

   Without music, the world would be a dull place.
         would rather
   如果没有音乐,世界将是一个沉闷的地方。

   What would you do with a million dollars?
   如果你有一百万你会做什么?
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Grammar        Subjunctive Mood
 状语从句
     在 as if, as though, even if 等引导状语从句中,表示与事实相反
 时,要用虚拟语气。 Example

    He talked as if he had been there before.

    他讲起话来就好像他以前去过那似的。

    Even if I failed, I wouldn’t give up.
    即使我失败了,我也不放弃。


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Grammar       Subjunctive Mood
 would rather
   would rather 或 would sooner 后接宾语从句表示愿望时,
 从句常用简单过去式(动词 be 用 were )表示虚拟语气, that 常被
 省略。
  Example
     I would rather you went with me tomorrow.
     我宁愿明天和你一起去。

     I would rather I were the one who suffers.
    我情愿我是那个受苦的人。


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Listening
    Watch the following advertising video, listen carefully.




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Listening
     Watch the video again, listen carefully, then answer the
   question below.                             Key
                                  1. The man complaint that
                                     ___________________.
                                    A. He had gray hairs
                                    B. he had beard or moustache
                                  √ C. he looked old
                                    D. he looked slow




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Listening
     Watch the video again, listen carefully, then answer the
   question below.                             Key
                                  2. What is the name of the
                                     product advertised?
                                    A. House of Mirrors

                                  √B. The rejuvenator,
                                       Just For Men Gel.
                                    C. The Vitamin-enriched
                                    D. Coarse Gray Penetrator


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Reading B

      The Paradox of Advertising

                 Words & Expressions
                 The understanding of the
                  passage



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Reading B


  Words & Expressions

      paradox n.     自相矛盾
      victimize v.   使受害
      end up with    以…为结束,结果是…



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Topic                Supporting details
Reading B                      creating
1. Be helpful.       Helps us _______ an economy based on
                                                    flowing
                     spending which keeps money______,
                     _______,
                     business _____, and jobs ________.
                                alive           available
2. Be based on                       _____
                     Makes people want more than they _____,have
creating                                    previously
                     creating _____that is _________ none.
                              need
dissatisfaction.
3. Creates                                present an image
                     Young ladies try to _______________ seen
destructive          on TV & in magazines yet suffer from
dissatisfaction      ____________.
                     eating disorder
4.People are                                  _______________,
                     Be more popular if you look a certain way
brought into the     _______________
                     drive a certain car ,
reality offered by   ________________________________.
                     wear a certain brand of jeans & T-shirt
advertisers.                             victimized
                     People have been _________.
Reading B
    True & False Judgment
   (   T )1. Advertising creates fashion.
   (   T )2. Advertising raises our needs.
   (   F )3. Dissatisfaction is always harmful.
   (   T )4. Advertising can be both positive
           and negative.
   ( F )5. We live in a world that is exactly
           the same as it is.
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Reading C


        What Is Advertising?

      1.Words & Expressions
      2.Hints for blank-filling
      3.The understanding of the passage



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Reading C

  Words & Expressions:

                 Billboard n.   广告牌
                 mass media     大众传
                  媒
                 recipient n.   接受者
                 interpret v.   解释

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Reading C

  Hints:


    空格(1)是根据前面的defined, 词组define
     as 有”把…定义为…”之意, 空格(1) 应填入
     as.



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Reading C

     Hints:

    空格(2)是根据句子的意思,Advertising is
     a special communication ____ , 后面的句
     子说怎样的交际才能称为广告,说明广告
     是一种特殊的交际过程。 空格(2) 应填入
     process.


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Reading C

  Hints:
               空格(3)delivered to an
                audience ____ mass media, 说
                明这里需要的是一个介词引出广
                告的传递的方式。空格(3) 应填
                入via 表示“通过…”之意.


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Reading C

  Hints:

               空格(4)是根据上下文的意思,
                要达成广告的目的,In order to
                ____ or be effective, 而前面提
                到广告的目的是attempting to
                persuade, 所以空格(4) 也应填
                入persuade.
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Reading C

  Hints:


               空格(5)是根据本句的结构及意
                思, to sell a ___ product,
                product是名词,需要形容词修
                饰,而意思上只有particular合
                适,因此 空格(5) 应填入
                particular.
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Reading C

  Hints:
               空格(6)同上一题一样,根据
                本句的结构及 意思,
                communicate the ___
                message, message是名词,
                需要形容词修饰,而意思上只
                有desired合适,况且,下文
                也有desired message 的提示,
   Pre.         因此 空格(6) 应填入desired.
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Reading C

  Hints:


               空格(7) 词组be willing to在此处
                无论是从结构还是意思上都符合
                此空的要求, 空格(7) 应填入
                willing 表示乐意、愿意接受.


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Reading C

  Hints:

               空格(8) 词组be capable of在此
                处无论是从结构还是意思上都符
                合此空的要求, 空格(7) 应填入
                willing 表示能力,能过以他/她
                想要的方式进行理解、阐释.


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Reading C

  Hints:

               空格(9)是根据上下文及意思,词
                组either…or, 而下文出现了or,
                所以空格所缺的是either 空格(9)
                应填入either.



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Reading C

  Hints:

               空格(10)是根据讲的个别接受者
                有权利做…能够…,最后总结说
                实际上the____ has more
                power,所以应该填主语,再考
                虑词义就可断定consumer合
                适。 空格(10) 应填入consumer.

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Reading C The    process of advertising

                                          powerful
                                Be more ________, has the
  Try to sell _______,
              product            right   accept ignore
                                ____ to ______, ______ or
  provide ______ and
           service                reject
                                ______ message.
  needs
  ______.



                        paid
                 send ____message
  Advertiser     try to ________
                        persuade            Audience
                      mass media
                 via __________


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Writing



     Writing for General Purposes
           Development by Example

     Writing for Specific Purposes
               Letter of Thanks


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     Writing for General Purposes
         To make writing clear, vivid and easy to
               Development by Example
     understand, writers tend to use example or
     illustrations in the descriptions.
     Writing for Specific Purposes
                   Letter of Thanks


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           Theme                     Example
      An interesting new book makes some fascinating
   international comparisons of salary differences in
   some countries. In Japan, for example, teachers earn
   far less than factory workers , but in Denmark they
   are near the top of the wage scale. A New York
   dustman makes three times as much money as an
   Indian army general. A German bus driver gets
   double the pay of a British bus driver.


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         Letters of thanks are used to express
     Writing for General Purposes one’s
      gratitude to somebody for his/her hospitality,
              Development by Example
      help, gifts, recommendation, etc. The format of
      letters of thanks is the same as that of other
      types of for Specific Purposes
     Writing letters. They do not need to be long,
      but the content should reflect the writer’s true
                    Letter of Thanks
      and honest feeling of thankfulness.


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