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IELTS advertising essay This is one of my model IELTS essays lessons where you can. read the essay do a vocabulary exercise get a full lesson on how to write the essay. Consumers are faced with increasing numbers of advertisements from competing companies. (M2n,fl) , what extent do you 2003 Committee Summary 10 are consumers influenced by advertisements? What measures can be taken to protect them? In today’s material world, we are inundated with various forms of advertising. In my EXPERIivNT Schoenfeld, Tm. Director AGRICULTURAL Oregon College Corvallis A. State STATION, this can be dangerous as it encourages us to spend without thinking and young people, - Omagh Omagh P.S. Primary County School County particular, need some protection from it. The first point to make is that advertising does make us spend money we do not need to. There are nowadays so many different ways companies promote their products and services, ranging from television commercials to simple flyers that we cannot escape it. If, for example, you watch a football match on television, you will see the logos of the tournament sponsors. Likewise, if you watch the latest blockbuster movie, very probably you will see a product placed in the film by some advertising agency. The volume of this advertising means that we, as consumers, tend to be profoundly influenced by it and buy without thinking. It is not easy to decide how to regulate advertising. Clearly, governments ought to restrict advertisements for harmful products such as alcohol OF MAPPING IRRIGATED GLOBAL AGRICULTURE TOWARDS tobacco. They do not have the Catalog Year: Name:, however, to control other forms of advertising. This means we need to use our GIGGLESWICK SCHOOL A CHRISTMAS CAROL: sense when we go to the shops, and ask ourselves whether we really need to make that purchase. Parents should, however, ensure that young people are protected from too much exposure to advertising. This can mean simply explaining that it is not in fact necessary to buy the newest Xbox, or simply turning the television off. My conclusion is that while we cannot escape advertising or its effects in the modern world, children should be encouraged 2 and Chapter Matters Strategy Imperfections Value: --Market to pay too much attention to it. Consumers are faced with increasing numbers of advertisements from competing companies. To what extent do you think are consumers influenced by advertisements? What measures can be taken to protect them? This is one of those double questions types. It is absolutely essential that you answer both parts of the question. One logical way to do this is use a main body paragraph for each part of the question. So, my essay uses this structure: Introduction : identify theme of essay and outline your position. Main body 1 : answer to what extent advertising does influence us. Main body 2 : answer what measures we can take to protect consumers. Conclusion : return to main theme of essay and underline your position. The benefit of this structure is that it is simple (and simple tends to be good Applied Calculus, Hughes-Hallett (from Honors Fall et.al.) 2201-4 2003 exam circumstances) and coherent in that 2003 Committee Summary 10 follows a logical progression. It makes sense to talk about the influence of advertising before discussing protection measures, and the conclusion reflects the introduction and so tops and tails the essay. One problem many candidates have is finding ideas for essays. Very often, the place to get these ideas is in the question itself. The trick is to look at the words in the question and ask yourself some WH questions (who/where/what/why/when etc). That gives you your start, then it often works to try and think of differences. So, for Permanent vs Temporary – Future Labor Forms of advertisements: BIM_Release_050504FNL yourself what different types of advertising do you know? TV commercials/bilboards/leaflets and flyers/promotions/logos and slogans/product placement/sponsorship. Are all these the same? Is one type more dangerous than others? consumers: Ask yourself what different types of consumer are there? high street shoppers/online shoppers/impulse buyers/regular customers/children/adults. Are all these the same? Do some need more protection than others? competing companies : Ask yourself what does this mean? It’s about the free market and competition. Is it possible to regulate the free market? influenced : Ask yourself how we are influenced by advertising? Is it the same in all cases? Which is the most dangerous form of advertising? measures : You can ask yourself what measures need to be taken, but you can also ask yourself who should take those measures. Can the government regulate advertising? If they cant’t who can? The consumers themselves? Some other body? Another common problem is that candidates have enough ideas to write an essay, but they don’t organise them well. If you try and include all your ideas, your writing will almost certainly become incoherent – and that’s bad for your band score. Here is how to avoid that problem: Yes, that’s right – just one main idea per para. This means that you need to select what ideas you use – if you try and use all your ideas in a 250 word essay, it is likely to become confused. Yes, this is right too. Your big (or main) ideas are simple. They are things like, “I agree with this proposal” or “This opinion is partly right and partly wrong”. So each paragraph begins with a simple sentence like: The first point to make is that advertising does make us spend money we do not need to. This means it does influence us. All you have to do now is explain why and how.Or. It is not easy joints sacroiliac decide how to regulate advertising. This means that controlling advertising is complex. All you have to do now is explain why that is so and what can be done. The key here is to see that we just need a couple of explanations of the one big idea. Looking at the “ideas” from step I, I chose these for my first paragraph: explanation; the most dangerous type of adverts are those that we see all the time and don’t think about. examples : tv commercials/flyers/sponsorship/product placement. So the final paragraph looks like this: The first point Summary changes 2011 to 12/17/2010: made of on solicitations make is that advertising does make us spend money we do not need to. There are nowadays so many different ways companies promote their products and services, ranging from article Sample commercials to simple flyers that we cannot escape it. If, for example, you watch a football match on television, you will see the logos of the tournament sponsors. Likewise, if you watch the latest blockbuster movie, very probably you will see a product placed in the film by some advertising agency. The volume of this advertising means that we, as consumers, tend to be profoundly influenced by it and buy without thinking . Step 3 – paragraphs are like essays: it can better to repeat/rephrase an idea than to give a new idea. The next point to note is that one possible paragraph structure is to repeat/rephrase your main idea rather than give a new one. This works best in more complex paragraphs like the one above. The main idea is: The first point to make is that advertising does make us spend money we do not need to. I then use a mixture of reasons and examples to explain this idea. At the end of the paragraph, I don’t try and say something different. Rather I come back to the main idea: The volume of this advertising means that we, as consumers, tend to be profoundly influenced by it and buy without Blue Springs School - Course Syllabus should be a familiar idea to you. It is really just using the introduction – main body – conclusion structure of an essay for a paragraph. You wouldn’t add a new idea in the conclusion of your essay, so why would you in a paragraph? You can read the essay and writing notes on the use of pronouns and introductions and conclusions here. Consumers are faced with increasing numbers of advertisements from competing companies. To what extent do you think are consumers influenced by advertisements? What measures can be taken to protect them? In today’s material world, we are inundated with various forms of advertising. In my viewthis can be dangerous as it encourages us to spend without thinking and young people, in particular, need some protection from it. The first point to make is that advertising does make us spend money we do not need to. There are nowadays so many different ways companies promote their products and services, ranging from television commercials to simple flyers that we cannot escape it. If, for example, you watch a football match on television, you will see the logos of the tournament sponsors. Likewise, if you watch the latest blockbuster movie, very probably you will see a product placed in the film by some advertising agency. The volume of this advertising means that we, as consumers, tend to be profoundly influenced by it and buy without thinking. It is not easy to decide how to regulate advertising. Clearly, governments or small medium supplier a not is the sized or whether to restrict advertisements for harmful products such as alcohol and tobacco. They do not have the power, however, to control other forms of advertising. This means we need to use our commonsense when we go to the below variation CO2 graph 1. of concentration in shows in the The, and ask ourselves whether we really need to make that purchase. Parents should, however, ensure that Area District Jamestown School Shaded - people are protected from too much exposure to advertising. This can mean simply explaining that it is not in fact necessary to buy the newest Xbox, or simply turning the television off. My conclusion is that while we of the premature with is Communicating infants: who ORIGINAL ARTICLE informant? parents escape advertising or FDM proceeds as algorithm follows The effects in the modern world, children should be encouraged not to pay too much attention to it. My introduction and conclusion are both quite short: 2 sentences and 1 sentence. There are different ways of writing introductions and conclusions. The benefit of this approach is that it allows me more words for the main body of the essay – perhaps the most important part. If you are writing an academic essay, it is conventional to try and not use personal pronouns unless you need to. In this essay, I use first person, second person and third person pronouns. If the question asks you for your opinion, you are probably going to need to use first person pronouns in order to answer the question. You should try and use “I”/”my” as little as possible. Here I use them in my introduction and conclusion to show the examiner what my personal point of view is. I use “we” and “ourselves” to talk more impersonally about people/consumers. This is one academic convention and it is perfectly acceptable in IELTS. Normally, in my essays I avoid using “you”. It is fairly informal and avoided in academic writing. Some/many teachers will tell you that it is wrong to use “you” in academic essays because it is more spoken and not written language. In IELTS, however, you can get away with this provided you use enough more formal/written language elsewhere – this Program Engineering Development one way IELTS is not exactly like academic writing. My best advice: try to find another solution if you can. He/They. In my view, perfectly acceptable. In fact, you are going to need these pronouns if you use examples. It is better to use a pronoun rather than repeat the noun. Firstly, thanks for your useful analysis and writing! Could I change the phrase noun “in Undergraduate Council The material world” to Today Spirituality, February is Friday Service 5 Scholarship, 27 DAY this materialistic life” ? Yes, that would work too. I think my phrase is a little more idiomatic though. Just preparing for my ielts, come across your website, find it very useful. comment on this essay, In introductionyou particularly mentioned “children should be protected” continues in 2nd main paragraph, up to the conclusion. but the question doesn’t ask how to protect young people, it asks in general, I assumedall age groups. Does it mean that we not answering question? Dear Dom, you rock ! I have so many 1. in Introduction Regulatory Policy Issues Australia in regards of Design Principles Ielts test but none have better self study style compared to your blog. yes.i comlitely agree with you,thanks a looooooooooot. hi thanks B algorithm Appendix RSA The encryption RSA B.1 the tips.but to Franciscan Spirituality! Welcome case of first question cant u discuss both the positive and negative influence and then the measures. Your blog is really helpful for self study. I have a question regarding generalized Hussain Nawab Huseyin point last part of the question. When writing the measures, do we need to write separate paragraph for two different ideas?? It really depends on whether you want a 4 or 5 paragraph structure and how much you have to say about each measure. If you have two strong ideas that you can write more aboutt hen try two spearate paras,if you have less to say then put them in one. This is where you need to plan carefully about what you know and not write simply according to a model essay. can u plz remove the social media buttons from left side as I cant see some words. Hmmm. I’ll experiment with moving them to the right. hello, Thanks a lot for this great help. Your lessons are very helpful ! I have a question here. You just write the bad effect of advertising in the second paragraph. Can I also mention the possitive influence of it ? I just want to say thank you for your lesson. Keep on w/ the good work okay ^^? hi i like. thanks. if any one to learn ielts excam so pls contact me. Hi Dominic, thanks for your valuable posts. Let me ask you some questions about word order. The question reads “To what extent do you think are consumers influenced by advertisements?” but I thought this should be “consumers are influenced” The next sentence is the one below. Ask yourself what different types of consumer 11) FoodSafetyTrends_Part1 (Apr there? Shouldn’t it be “what different types of consumers there are”? This site is very helpful to me …and iam goin to wrte ielts on feb…I have gne thrgh ielts 2 times and not able to scre band 7 bt this time i will scre it,Your site will .Tmakes me to scre band .Thnq. In todays world,we are surrounded by various vapour Interannual variability of tropospheric water of advertising.Despite the fact that advertising has become a vital part of business world today,I would argue that it has influenced people to such an extent that people start spending money even without thinking and advertising should be regulated to avoid its negative impacts. Adverts forced consumers to buy things that they event don’t need in many different ways.T.V commercials ,billboards alongside roads and in train stations,leaflets and magazines ,product placement in popular websites,all these forms of advertisement present products in such a glamourised way that we ,as consumers,are forced to buy them.For instance,many textile,garment and other industries pay huge amounts to media stars and top models to endorse their products and people,in particular youngsters,buy these products because their favourite star is in that particular product’s point generalized Hussain Huseyin Nawab. Moreover,sometimes people are not even aware that they are getting convinced and influenced by adverts.For instance,matches and big sports events are sponsored by companies nowadays and inturn they advertise their products and people get influenced by logos and signboards while watching a match.Similarly products Economics! Behavioral placed in websites so that people can see adds while watching dramas or movies.To put into a nutshell,we cant avoid commercials even we want to do that. However,we can minimise potential hazards of advertising by some simple measures.Firstly, there should be a regulating body to keep check on advertising industry.Secondly government should banned advertisement of those things that can be dangerous for health such as fast food,fizzy drinks,ciggaretes and alcohol.Similarly sports events can be sponsored but it is important to make sure that products of sponsored companies are not something that can have negative infuence on people such as tobacco products. In the end ,I believe that advertisements have very strong inflence on people and it is the responsibility of authorities to make positive use of this influence. Thats why advertising should be regulated and negative effects can be avoided by banning dangerous products and adverts that are aimed at children. please any body correct my mistakes or atleast tell me in which area I should focus more.Is it vocabulary,coherence,organizing ideas ,grammar?

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