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Timothy & KimberlyWide field to show a really large screen"really really wide screen"Humorous
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Xueqin & NehalThis advertisement symbolises how wide the TV screen is.
The advertisement used words like “really” and repeated it a couple of times to emphasis on it.
It was a romantic scene, but there was a plot twist at the end of the advertisement, which instilled a sense of humor into the advertisement.
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Ryan and Kai ChengThe couple running towords each other but cannot reach each other because the field is too wide.Really really wide screen'It was comedic and humorous.
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Sabrina & Myat NoeCouple running to each other across a really big field, showing the wide screen and getting tired due to the large distance/width of the widescreen television"really really wide screen" with heavy emphasis on 'really'Hilarious
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Khairul and Bryan LeeTwo people running towards each other across the very wide field but they get very tired after that. "really really wide screen"Funny
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Chelsea and TaufiqThe distance between the two people in the huge field symbolizes the wideness of the TV.They repeated "really" twice to emphasise how wide it is.They acted as if in love and the scene looked like a typical bollywood movie which made us think it had nothing to do with a TV which makes us verys shocked when we find out the true purpose of the commercial
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Beverly, Lynette, WynnCouple become tired after running in a wide field to show that that the screen is very very wide"Its a really, really wide screen" to emphasise that the screen of the television is REALLY bigComical, humorous as there was a plot twist to the original story of the couple
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Luke, Darryl, ChesterThe couple was having a hard time running to each other because the television screen is really wide.They said 'Its a really, really wide screen' to show us how wide the screen isFunny,the screen is so wide that the lovers are out of breath by the time they get close to each other,this shows how wide it is and it prompts you to buy the TV
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Qayyum and Yu HinThe two people became tired after running across the wide field. The field represents how wide the tv is.Its a really really wide screen. They say really twice for emphasis on how big the tv is.It was funny and created a lasting impression as the two lovers were already out of breath before they could reach each other, showing that the television was very big
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Hong Yi and Eunicesymbolism: The couple are at the both ends of the TV, and they are running towards each other. It is symbolising that the screen is so wide the couple get tired running to each other.diction: it is REALLY REALLY wide. They repeats the adverb to emphasize the idea that it's REALLY wide.Emotion: Humour in video leaves a lasting impression on the viewer. The viewer expects a romantic meeting in the middle but there is a twist and it showed that the couple was too tired to even meet, spoiling the whole 'romantic' effect, making it funny.
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Sean + StairsThe wide screen simulated and created a large plain/field where there were two people running towards each other. As they are running on a really large and wide screen, the distance between them was very great and they grew tired after running pretty soon. Hence, this is meant to symbolise and show how wide the screen is. Its a really really wide, wide screen. The pause between the first wide is to show how this wide screen is even wideer that a normal wide x 1 screen. It started out romantic but the plot twist at the end of the advertisement that revealved that they were really far from each other beacause of the widescreen created a sense of humor and made the advertistment memorable as viewers will remember it for its comedy.
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