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E Answer the questions according to lines 1-16 . 1 . What do we learn from lines 1-5 ? a . Teenagers love to buy new things . b . Advertisers put ads everywhere . c . When you travel you hear many ads . d . Advertisers spend a lot of money on advertising . 2 . The word “ they” appears in lines 7 and 9 . What does “ they” refer to in each line ? 3 . Marketing people think teens … . a . shop carefully b . shop without planning c . are smart shoppers 4 . Give TWO reasons why marketing people spend money finding out about teenagers . 5 . Choose the TWO correct answers . Teens think that if they buy the latest products , they will … . a . feel good c . look better e . save money b . spend less d . be liked F Look again at the tips in the article on page 99 . Match a tip to each sentence below . 1 . Buy only things you can afford . 2 . Before you buy something , try to find out as much as you can about it . 3 . Don’t believe everything you read or hear about a product . 4 . Check the prices at several stores before you buy something . 5 . Don’t let a salesperson encourage you to buy something you don’t want or need . G Making Connections Sometimes a question requires you to make a connection between what you read in a text with what you already know . Useful Words : link , connect , influence Answer the questions . 1 . You read that marketing experts spend a lot of time and money getting teens to buy . Why is it important for teens to know this information ? 2 . Add a tip that will help teens become smarter shoppers . 3 . With a partner , discuss what kinds of ads influence you and your friends the most . Share your ideas with the class . WHAT ABOUT YOU ? 1 Which tip from the article do you think is the most helpful ? Explain why . 2 Do you think teens should have lessons in how to spend and save their money at school ? Explain why or why not .

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