Advertisment

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Advertisements are all over the place. They are on T.V, Radio, Magazine, buses stop and in everywhere, so there is no way that you can’t watch them. Every advertisement has it target to convince their audience to buy their products. They have their own way to convince the audience to buy the products. McDonalds, Audi and Nike, they are different ads, but they are related in one thing which is the speed factor. The reason that I chose these advertisements because it is an attract for most people if they are male or female, teenager or old. We are in fast generation and no one wants to spend time on doing something. Another reason is the quality of the products in the ads.
Claim: Using these products make your life easy and fast
Support: Nike shoe makes the person the fastest in the world when he/she run.
Sometimes people don’t have the time to cook their own foods, so the easiest way is go to McDonald and buy their products. So when you eat from McDonald it is like riding the Audi car.
Warrant: These products are making your life fast. Advertisements encourage consumer to buy quality products. They want people to be connivance to buy quality products. The first ad is about MacDonald fast food. The meaning of this ad is MacDonald products make your life easier by buying from MacDonald because their products can be prepared and served quickly. This advertisement is appeal to consumers by pathos. Some People are full time job and they don’t have enough time to prepare their own foods, so the easiest and fastest way is they can go to MacDonald and buy what they want from there. It can save them so much time instead of making their own foods that will take a long time to prepare and they don’t have enough time, so people will not worry about foods when they are at work. Macdonald is the solution. In the second ad, Audi is one of the fastest cars in the world.…...

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