Task 1
Look at the picture below. Then answer the questions!

1. What do you see in the picture ?
2. Have you ever see the picture?
3. Do you know what picture is?
4. Where you can see the picture?
5. What the picture tells about?

Task 2
Study the structure of short functional text : poster below!


Poster is any piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall or vertical surface. Typically posters include both textual and graphic elements.

The characteristic of poster :
• Posters are designed to be both eye-catching and convey information.
• Posters may be used for many purposes, and they are a frequent tool of advertisers (particularly of events, musicians and films), propagandists, protestors and other groups trying to communicate a message.
• Posters are also used for reproductions of artwork.
• Posters may be any size.
• Give an information
• It’s clear and write in simple sentence.
• Easy to memorize
• Use a striking picture and colour.
• Usually on the strategic place.

1. Advertising posters
Many posters, particularly early posters, were used for advertising products. Posters continue to be used for this purpose, with posters advertising films, music (both concerts and recorded albums).
For example :

2. Film posters
The film industry quickly discovered that vibrantly colored posters were an easy way to sell their pictures.
For example :

3. Event posters
Posters advertising events have become common. Any sort of public event, from a rally to a play, may be advertised with posters; a few types of events have become notable for their poster advertisements.
For example :

4. Concert posters
Many concerts, particularly rock concerts, have custom-designed posters that are used for advertisement of the event.
For example :

5. Band/Music posters
Education Posters that showcase a person’s favorite artist or music group are popular in teenager’s bedrooms, as well as in college dorm rooms and apartments. Many posters have pictures of popular rock bands and artists posters.
for example :

Task 3
Repeat after your teacher. Listen to him/ her carefully.

1. Advertising
2. Film
3. Posters
4. Event
5. Notable
6. Public
7. Concerts
8. Showcase
9. Convey
10. Protestors
11. Artwork

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