Advertising. Five speaking questions, ten answers for IELTS Speaking Part 3 preparation.
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Script with key phrases
- Is there a lot of advertisement in your city?
- I tend to think that Moscow does not have a lot of advertising.
- Most often, advertising is found in public places, but I don’t remember any case where I felt overburdened by advertising.
- What was the last advertisement you saw and what it was about?
- Normally, I cannot avoid advertising on the Internet when I watch my favourite YouTube channels.
- For example, yesterday I watched a video about learning English techniques, and at the beginning, there was one minute with advertising for English online courses.
- What impacts do ads have on society?
- It seems to me that in modern times, no one takes advertising seriously.
- Advertising is necessary to promote new products, but sometimes it goes over the top.
- What impact do ads have on the environment?
- Most often, advertising does not have a negative effect on the environment.
- Frequently advertising appears on television, billboards, newspapers and online, and I do not remember complaints about the harmful effects of advertising on nature.
- Should ads be directed at children?
- Without question no! I believe that children should be shielded from advertising.
- Children are not yet experienced enough to understand that behind any advertising, there is a beneficiary who does not always tell the truth about his product, nor have their best interests at heart.
- How do ads make us buy what we don’t need at all?
- Do you think advertising on TV is more efficient than advertising in magazines?
- Is it a good idea to make ads controlled by the government?
- How does advertising influence children?
- What are the popular types of advertising?
- What type of media advertising do you like most?
- Is there any advertising that can be harmful to children?
- What factors should be taken into account while making advertisements?
- beneficiary – a person who derives advantage from something, especially a trust, will, or life insurance policy
- overburdened – if you are overburdened with something such as work or problems, you have more of it than you can cope with