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lowdown = the most important facts and information ISP’s = (internet service providers) companies that provide people with access to the Internet gratuitous = done without good reason insert = put in tabloid = popular, low-quality newspaper censored = removed, taken out because considered in bad taste, offensive serial = story in instalments on television current = topics of current interest deleted = removed subscribing = paying money in return for a product or services editorial = article in a newspaper or magazine that expresses the editor’s view on a subject fly-on-the-wall = the people in the documentary behave naturally, as if they are not being filmed caters to = gives them what they want or need unscrupulous = immoral and dishonest periodicals = magazines published regularly e-commerce = selling and buying goods on the internet extolling = enthusiastically praising data = information issue = matter viral = became very popular on the Internet quickly current affairs = cultural, political and social affairs of interest and importance at the present time gauge = measure, assess retort = funny and clever or angry answer dispatched = sent agony aunt = a person who writes the replies to readers’ letters in a magazine or newspaper attached = fastened bounced = come back conveys = express something in such a way that they are clear to other people illegible = difficult or impossible to read distorted = false infer = conclude topics = subjects notify = inform spin doctor = person skilled in public relations who advises politicians and political parties obituaries = notice of death in a newspaper, including a, usually short, biography of the dead person elaborate = discuss in detail reject = refuse anchorman = main presenter forward = send on hacking = illegally accessing other people’s computers drum up = try to make people feel a certain way implicit = not stated directly advertorial = advertisement resembling an editorial in style and layout prime time = when a lot of people are watching watershed = time before which television broadcasters have agreed not to show programmes unsuitable for children sales pitch = presentation in which you try to persuade others to buy your product hidden persuaders = trying to influence one’s behaviour without us being aware of it trailer = short extract used for publicity sandwich board = a pair of advertisement boards hung over a person’s shoulder ads = advertisements brand awareness = the extent to which consumers are aware of a particular product or service target audience = particular group at which a product is aimed endorsed = recommended remit = area in which they have authority bombard = direct at them continuously misleading = making you believe things that are not true tantalising = tempting but still out of reach alluring = attractive and exciting plug = promote samples = small quantities of a product that show you what the product is like advertisements = pictures, texts, film, etc. trying to persuade people to buy a particular product ASA = (advertising standards authority) this organisation checks the media to take action against misleading, harmful or offensive advertisements billboards = large boards for advertisements, especially at the side of a road catchy slogan = short phrase that is pleasing and easy to remember commercial = paid for by advertising competition = rivalry exploit = (... resources) use them well fetching = attractive flyers = leaflets impact = effect informative = gives useful and interesting information press release = written statement given to journalists product placement = advertising a product by supplying it for use in films or TV programmes promote = encourage shockvertising = advertising with disturbing messages and/or pictures to capture the people’s attention state-of-the-art = up-to-date subliminal = (... advertising) advertisements that influence people without them being aware of this tempted = you are tempted when you feel like doing things that appeal to you but which may be risky ubiquitous = they seem to be everywhere unrivalled = our products are better than any other products
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Deze oefening hoort bij het boek Words in Progress alleen ik kon geen nieuwe methode aanmaken dus dan maar hier. Succes
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