31 terms

Q3_2e Unit 4 Listenings 1-2 with fill-ins

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appeal (n.)
a quality that makes people like something or someone
brand (n.)
a type of product made by a particular company, that has a particular name or design
campaign (n.)
a planned series of actions that are intended to achieve something or persuade people to do something
claim (n.)
to state that something is true, even though it has not been proved
logo (n.)
a small design that is the official sign of a company or organization
memorable (adj.)
very good, enjoyable, or unusual, and worth remembering
persuade (v.)
to make someone decide to do something, especially by giving them reasons why they should do it, or asking them many times to do it
relate to (phr. v.)
to feel that you understand someone's problem, situation etc
aim at (phr. v.)
to choose the place, person etc that you want to hit or reach
competitor (n.)
a person or company that tries to be more successful than you or your company
deliberately (adv.)
done in a way that is planned
evidence (n.)
correct information to make you believe something
injury (n.)
damage to a part of the body
mislead (v.)
to make someone believe that something is true by giving them information that is not correct
monitor (v.)
to carefully watch and listen to
refund (n.)
money given back to the customer if the customer is not satisfied
regulations (n.)
official rule
withdraw (v.)
if you __________ something you said, you admit it was incorrect or untrue
brand (n.)
Fill-in: What is your favorite _____ of toothpaste?
campaign (n.)
Fill-in: This advertising _____ is very funny.
claim (n.)
Fill-in: If you make a false _____, you can be punished.
logo (n.)
Fill-in: This company's _____ looks like an animal.
memorable (adj.)
Fill-in: This word is very _____. I'll never forget it!
persuade (v.)
Fill-in: Advertising tries to _____ you to buy something.
competitor (n.)
Fill-in: Try to work harder than your _____.
deliberately (adv.)
Fill-in: Did you _____ spill my coffee, or was it an accident?
evidence (n.)
Fill-in: Consider all of the _____ before you make a decision.
mislead (v.)
Fill-in: Don't _____ people by telling them lies.
monitor (v.)
Fill-in: You should _____ your children carefully so they don't get into trouble.
refund (n.)
Fill-in: Did the store give you a _____ when you returned the item?
regulations (n.)
Fill-in: Governments create _____ to make companies behave well.

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