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Top 5 advertising slogans: In pairs choose from the article your top five advertising slogans. Then add five more from your own country. Write them ... alliteration, wordplay and repetition. Unlike nursery rhymes, they smuggle in a commercial message on the way.”
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Figurative Language in Advertising Since ancient times, the figures of speech have served three main purposes: 1. to instruct and entertain people through the play of language,
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Many advertising slogans use alliteration to make their slogans popular, for example ‘Slip, Slop, Slap’ is used to remind us to avoid sunburn. Can you find any other examples? 2. Find examples of newspaper headlines that use alliteration to make their
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List any five advertising slogans or product names that make use of alliteration (consonance or assonance). Examples: “perspiration problem solved” and “fruit of the loom." 4. Create a line of poetry or sentence that uses consonance.
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Many advertising slogans use alliteration to make their slogans popular, for example 'Slip, Slop, Slap' is used to remind us to avoid sunburn. Can you find any other examples? 2. Find examples of newspaper headlines that use alliteration to make their
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Slogans in Advertising . Slogans are a familiar feature of advertising; about two-thirds of all the ads in our global Link database include slogans. ... slogans that use rhyme or alliteration to connect the phrase to the brand are also well remembered.
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515 names, slogans and catch-phrases, rhythm and rhyme, alliteration, snatches of song and verse and of course endless repetition. [3, p.140] As one of the major components of the advertising text is the description of advertised goods or services,
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Translating product and company names can be difficult; translating advertising slogans can be downright impossible. Over the years, ... Two phonological devices were obvious in these 3 slogans: alliteration and rhythm. The alliteration of
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Slogans in Advertising Main Slogans are a familiar feature of advertising; about two-thirds of all the ads in our global Link database include slogans. ... Catchy slogans that use rhyme or alliteration to connect the phrase to the brand are also well remembered.
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Figurative Language in Advertising ... “Guidelines to Create Great Slogans” handout ... Alliteration: The repetition of the same initial letter, sound, or group of sounds in a series of words. Alliteration includes tongue twisters.
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about alliteration and rhyme, complete the following table by putting the song titles into ... Advertising slogans: AdSlogans www.adslogans.co.uk/hof/index.html Brand names: Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_company_name_etymologies
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Food Group Slogans h e – g s e e . e Materials/Preparation 5 Classroom Materials • Chart paper ... • A campaign slogan is a way of advertising or telling a message. ... (alliteration). 13. Place students into five teams.
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advertising slogans, even in relation to product specialization. Key words: advertising, advertising slogan, language of advertising, ... Alliteration can be defined as “literary technique, in which successive words (more strictly, ...
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adjectives in advertising slogans as they play an important role in the advertising process. There will be shown the occurrence of concrete adjectives. ... Jefkins talks about one of the characteristics of alliteration which is memorizing slogans easily.
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The Art and Science of the Advertising Slogan ... alliteration, coined words, puns and rhymes are good ways of making a line memorable, as is a jingle. ... Slogans that are bland, redolent of Mom and apple-pie, clearly suffer a weakness. Almost
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Alliteration Cliches Colloquial Language Compound Words ... Jargon Words Metaphors Omission Puns Neogloisms Rhetorical Questions Repetition Rhymes Statisitics Rhythm Similies Slogans Viewpoint Word Images Print Leaflets Newspapers Magazines Viral ... Advertising is a form of communication ...
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Slogans- Short phrases, contains the entire advertising message, uses rhythms, puns, and alliteration. Example: “Think Outside the bun.” “Go Brown.” “Be All You Can Be.” “Breakfast ... Advertising Regulations – Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
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500 advertising slogans dating from the late 19th century till the early 21st century, ... Common examples of schemes include parallelism and alliteration, and metaphors and puns are examples of tropes (Corbett & Connors, 1999; Cockcroft and Cockcroft, 2005; McQuarrie and Mick, ...
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The Advertising Campaign An advertising campaign Xis a group of advertisements, commercials, ... copywriters use when developing slogans: •Alliteration uses repeating initial consonant sounds. •A paradox is a seeming contradiction that could be true. slogan
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Political advertising slogans share some common features with advertising slogans, as both types try to persuade people to buy something; in ... alliteration, metaphor, metonymy, imperative etc. but in this study the present writer just focuses on
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advertising slogans and their corresponding Persian translations are different in terms of rhetorical figures ... frequent appearance of rhymes, alliteration, pronouns, phrases, idioms, proverbs, repetition, puns, and ambiguity (Cook, 1992;
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Alliteration makes names, book and film titles, and phrases memorable, ... Alliteration is also often used in advertising slogans. 8. The names of characters in films and books often use alliteration. Complete these names 1. …………………
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72 Ljiljana Jovković&Maja Lazović The authenticity of course materials used (advertising slogans) is an important prerequisite in applying this ESP segment.
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©Family Economics & Financial Education—March 2007—Consumer Decisions Unit—The Impact of Advertising on Purchasing ... Slogans Short phrases (no ... entire message of an advertisement and utilize rhythm, puns and alliteration. Slogans quickly attract the attention of consumers and make ...
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how rhetorical devices such as polysemy, rhyme, and alliteration are used to create slogans.2 Different registers and varieties are also reflected in advertis- ... advertising slogans using French cultural references, proverbs, and rhetori-
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slogans, etc. (see Poetic f., 3.4): alliteration, assonance, consonance, (direct and indirect) onomatopoeia, (perfect, half, eye, masculine, feminine, triple, internal, end/terminal, etc.) ... advertising slogans, chants, jingles, etc.).
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Alliteration can be defined as “literary technique, in which successive words (more strictly, stressed syllables) begin with the same consonant sound or letter.” 256 It is widely used in advertising slogans.
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advertising slogans – alliteration, assonance, onomatopoeia, rhyme. Persuasion: Selling techniques that appeal to our emotions. Create a sketch using some of the linguistic techniques and tools we have studied during the unit. Produce a draft for 3
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phonological aspect, rhyme, homophone, alliteration are often put into consideration while in lexical and morphological aspect, verb phrase, noun phrase, collocation, ... of mobile phone advertising slogans from English to Vietnamese under the light of semantic approach can be put into account.
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Alliteration may name the restaurant on the corner or ... Since campaign slogans after all are but a form of advertising, it's not surprising to see alliteration used extensively in advertisements for
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therefore feature fairly frequently in advertising language, such as alliteration (repeating the initial sound), ... Moreover, the continuous repetition of slogans, brands and product names equally contributes to
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Taglines or slogans are used to ... Alliteration This technique is a familiar aide-memoire. ... In advertising, originality is king.
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The Linguistics of Newspaper Advertising in Nigeria LANGUAGE IN INDIA ... memorized. This includes brand names, slogans, key phrases, snatches of song, etc. 4. ... The Linguistics of Newspaper Advertising in Nigeria Alliteration
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Transcreation Transcreation Certain kinds of material, like advertising and brand material, demand a more creative approach to translation. Taglines and slogans involving alliteration or wordplay need more than a standard
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5.4 Alliteration ... discourse strategies in order to create attention-getting slogans. 5.2 Repetition . Repetitions are widely used in the language of advertising, because slogans more they render memorable, affecting the consumer unconsciously ...
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(alliteration). 15. Place students into ﬁ ve teams. Give each team a piece of chart paper and ... 16. Students work cooperatively in teams to develop slogans advertising the recommended daily amount to eat for their assigned food group. Teams create posters with the slogan and information ...
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Mass media rely on phonetic stylistic devices, such as rhyme or alliteration. Schneller voran mit Bus und Bahn; First against thirst; Lecker, locker, leicht; Making ... advertising slogans, cf. The Old Man and the Seafood (alludes to The Old Man and
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Alliteration is a way for the writer to draw attention to words and their sounds ... slogans, bold colors, movement, repetition, etc.). Examples include: ... a student who is researching what advertising approaches work best.
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frequently used in food product advertising are alliteration and repetition which shared the same rank, followed by rhetorical question, hyperbole ... body copy and slogans in food product advertising. CHAPTER THREE METHODOLOGY This chapter presents the research methodology, which includes (1 ...
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linguistic jingles and slogans that use sound strategies to draw our attention and to ... Alliteration is widely used in advertising slogans. There are twenty consonant sounds in English, but those that are made by stopping the air-stream completely ...
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2.1.4 Alliteration.....16 2.2 Lexical devices ... language means in the advertising slogans for men and women it is possible to conclude following findings.
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Advertising impacts consumers daily and many advertisements are easy for teens and young adults to identify. ... utilize rhythm, puns and alliteration. Slogans quickly attract the attention of consumers and make the messages easy to remember. 3.
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Alliteration is the most frequently used figure within the category of repetitive ... ‘Persuasion in Advertising English: Metadiscourse in Slogans and Headlines’, Journal of Pragmatics 33: 1291–307. Guidère, M. (2000) Publicité et traduction.
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language in English slogans of the advertisements. ... Metonymy, Synecdoche, Alliteration were rarely used in advertising. They were used in other that the readers or listeners can understand with their own thinking. The statements of Metonymy, ...
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alliteration such as “rewarding refreshment”; ... Advertising Lesson 4: Adverts that keep your interest This task requires a detailed answer. ... and slogans with different beliefs about the products and services offered by the company.
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Creative Business Advertising Writing for business is usually rather formal. ... slogans and set phrases with their meanings, ... repetition, rhyming and alliteration. You must think of the readers of the magazine and what will interest them in Thailand.
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slogans that contain a little surprise than those that do not. For example, ... excessive order or regularity (cf. alliteration or rhyme). ... In view of the evolution of advertising language, one
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Alliteration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 10. Assonance and Consonance . . . . . . . 32 ... Below are listed pairs of store names and advertising slogans. Decide which name or slogan in each pair carries positive connotations. Circle the
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THE SLOGANS OF THE TUNISIAN AND EGYPTIAN REVOLUTIONS ... alliteration to be memorable. Furthermore, Abate (1984: 18) ... 4- Slogans are short expressions associated with commercial or political advertising meant to express ideas, ...
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advertising my favorite candy, with its famous ... First, greeting cards, then advertising slogans, and now song lyrics . . . Ben Brannoor was right: ... used multiple alliteration. The ﬁ fty bonus points thrust me ahead of e.e. cunning.
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