Advertisements can be found in a newspaper/magazine as classified ads, on the Internet or on notice boards. Advertisements normally start with information such as: For rent, For sale, Wanted and end with a name and/or a telephone number for contact. A classified ad contains abbrevations. Full verb forms are not normally used. Sometimes they can include a picture. An Internet ad includes a detailed description. It is usually characterised by full sentences and extensive use of adjectives to attract the reader's attention. It can also include pictures and music. Advertisements for notice boards are rather short and include only the main information.


Newspaper ad

For rent

£500 pcm, Mitcham, North London.

Lge ground floor studio flat, p/f, s/c, with bathroom, spacious living area. Kitchenette has fridge, m/w, w/m, d/w and gas cooker. Security system and GCH. Suit prof n/s. Close to bus routes and local shops. Available immediately.

Internet ad

Situated on 1.5 acres of the most valuable real estate in the Caribbean, the heavenly Alan Bay House in Barbados has just come onto the market. This traditional stone house has been completely renovated inside using white pine to create a cool Barbadian atmosphere. The property has a spectacular ocean view and is hidden from public view by fully grown mahogany trees. The swimming pool is surrounded by lush tropical gardens. The property includes: a large entrance hall, a reception room, dining room, kitchen, study, 6 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, wide balconies on two sides and a two-bedroomed guest cottage.

For more information send an e-mail or call International Resort Properties Inc at 020 7438 5610

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