Buy the First Ever Motorcycle
By: Michaela Sonedecker
Information on the Motorcycle
- Built by the German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt, Germany in 1885.
Advertisment Person talking:
Are you sitting at home with unpaid bills? Does your car cost to much to keep around, but your bike is the slowest thing on earth? Get a motorcycle selling in stores for only $216 today! Come on down and get a motorcycle today! The Motorcycles are selling quick so you better hurry. Just remember the word Motorcycle it will change your life forever!
An idea hits you......
You look up the directions to the car place........
First find your way to the store "Hats for Cowboys", when you are in the parking lot you want to turn left down Mill Ave.
You take Mill Ave street until you hit the third stop sign on that street. You then turn right onto Daimler Blvd and travel 4 miles up that road.
When you travel 4 miles on that road you will see a sign that says "Motorcyle sale today". When you see that sign turn left and park in an open spot and buy yourself a brand new motorcycle!
Reflection Part 1: What I learned.....
I learned many things about the motorcycle from this project. First, it doesn't look like it did in the past it has come really far since the 1880's. Second, I really didn't know how it worked I just thought it had an engine a brake and a steerer to steer left and right. I was wrong. There is a lot more to it, like, the engine is a different engine then used in cars. Also some do not have turn signals the rider has to use their hands to say where they are going.
Reflection Part 2: Effect
There has been many effects with this product. It is used in a lot of movies now, many movies use them as cool rides to have. Many people have them, like bikers are the most people who own motorcycles, I guess they like it better than cars. When it first came out it did have a big impact on the country many people used them for the war instead of horses they used motorcycles to ride and fight the enemy. It also is another easier thing to use if it's just you, you can use it a lot and don't have to spend money on a lot of space in a car.
Reflection part 3: Explaination
I chose to use the Repetition persuasive technique. I wanted to use this because I felt that saying it a lot in the paragraph gets it stuck in the readers/watchers/listeners heads more than just saying it once. If you say/read/listen (to) something over and over it is more likely to get stuck in your head, it gets stuck in your head, all you do is think about it, boom, you end up buying the product.