All-in-one Class 10: AdvertisementDr. HaririOctober 15, 2015IELTS Preparation Course0 CommentsAll-in-one Class, Session 10:Topic: AdvertisementKey Words: advertisement, ad, announcement, public notice, classified ad, flier, personal ad, etc.https://lelb.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/All-in-one-10.-Advertisement.mp3AuthorHossein HaririOctober 5, 2015Note: Please make just “ONE SINGLE” question. Quality is more important than quantity.Instead, be more active in replying to and voting for/against the other questions. Thanks.0 | – Share MemberSamOctober 9, 20151. How can parents protect their own children from deceptive advertising?3 | – Share Hide Replies ∧MembersasanOctober 9, 2015Would it have the same meaning if we changed it to “How can parents protect their own children from deceptive advertisement?”?1 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 9, 2015There is not such a marked difference between them. However, advertising refers to the activity or business of propagating ideas and beliefs.0 | – Share MemberNooremanOctober 9, 20152. What makes an ad memorable?2 | – Share Hide Replies ∧MembersasanOctober 9, 2015“ad” is informal!0 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 9, 2015It is informal, but not incorrect.0 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 10, 2015Dear Nooreman, It seems you’ve changed your Skype settings in a way that I cannot add you to our class. If interested to join our class, do something.0 | – Share MembermahtabOctober 9, 20153. How is the quality of advertisement in Iran?2 | – Share Hide Replies ∧MembersasanOctober 9, 2015Let us call it a “rhetorical question”!1 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 9, 2015Good point!0 | – Share MembersasanOctober 9, 20154. To what extent does the proclivity of advertisers towards applying undue amount of advertising gimmicks in a specific nation divulge that people in that country are so naive?2 | – Share Hide Replies ∧MemberSamOctober 9, 2015Were I you, I would like saying “publicity gimmicks” instead of advertising gimmicks, which is right too, but I think the former one has a stronger collocation than the later has.2 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 10, 2015I suppose ‘advertising gimmicks’ is by itself collocationally appropriate. Thank you though.0 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 10, 2015If you are not sure about the accuracy of your question, you can post it here for analysis, and I’ll check and revise it for you:https://lelb.net/services/question-answer/0 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 10, 20155- Can you consider any business to be successful these days without advertisement? Discuss it.2 | – Share MemberHajarOctober 10, 20156. What regulations should be applied to adverts to protect consumers?-1 | – Share Hide Replies ∧MemberSamOctober 10, 2015I think it would be better, if we replaced “Apply” with “Enact”, which means to pass a law. 6. What adverting regulations should be enacted to protect consumers?0 | – Share MemberHajarOctober 10, 2015Thanks for your suggestion but I think that apply is better than enact for regulation also “adverting” is wrong and you should say “advertising regulation”: 6. What advertising regulation should be applied to protect consumers?1 | – Share MembersasanOctober 10, 2015“Introducing regulations” is better than “applying regulations” (As per Oxford Collocation Dictionary)0 | – Share MemberHajarOctober 10, 2015Sorry, I think it is best to say that : 6. What kinds of regulation can protect consumers from advertising?-1 | – Share MemberSamOctober 11, 20156. What kinds of regulations …1 | – Share AuthorHossein HaririOctober 10, 2015You are learning from each other. That’s great! I’m proud of you.0 | – Share Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Tags: IELTS Preparation Course Tags: ad, advert, advertisement, All-in-one Class, announcement, classified ad, flier, personal ad, public notice Leave your questions or comments below.