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Transcript of Report
"A small step for man, but a giant leap for mankind." Example: What is the first thing that a woman buys when she is advised that she won $2,50,000 in a jingle contest?
Mrs. Jane Roe, informed by XYZ Soaps that her entry took top prize in the nationwide contest, said that she will buy a rhyming dictionary that . . . Example: The President is dead. Friday the 13th is over, but the casualty list is still growing Parody Lead – It consists of a parody of a well- known quotation ,song, poem, book or movie film title. Example: Whisky, whisky everywhere, but ‘nary a drop to drink. Such was the case at the City Police Station yesterday when officers poured 100 gallons of bootleg moonshine into the sewer.” -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge. It's from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Example: High seas, strong winds and heavy overcast provided the setting for a dramatic mission of mercy in the North Atlantic on the first day of the year Contrast Lead -It is used to point out opposites and extremes. Example: Richard Roe, who started 47 years ago as a $10-a-week janitor for Consolidated Corporation, today took office as the firm's $2,63,000-a-year chairman and chief executive officer. Staccato Lead - This usually consists of a series of words or phrases, punctuated by periods, commas, or dashes. Example: Midnight on the bridge…a scream…a shot…a splash…a second shot…a third shot - After you have already presented the abundant flesh of the cultural report, it must be ended in a nice manner. Concluding Paragraph