"Isabella we have to go! Why are you getting tap water, when we can get bottled water at the Cinemas?", Michael asked. " I like tap water it tastes better and it's healthier, bottled water is basically just processed tap water." said Isabella. * Persuasive evidence used. Visual of images of teenager used to appeal to a younger audience.*
" Why is it better though?" said Michael " Well, bottled water costs substantially more money than what comes from the tap, It is not as healthy as people think. Researchers found that bottled water is more likely to be contaminated or become a source of infection." said Isabella. * Persuasive evidence used. Visual of images of teenager used to appeal to a younger audience. Descriptive language is also used.*
"So what do you want to watch?" asked Isabella. "I was hoping we could watch Instant Family." said Michael. "Instant family it is." Isabella replied. * Visual of images of teenager used to appeal to a younger audience. As well as cinema used as a visual background to appeal to teenagers.*
"So, Michael what are you going to buy?'' Isabella asked. Michael indicates to Isabella that he has no money left by emptying out his pockets to show only fabric but no money.
" That is why tap water is better than bottled water, it costs so little.'' Michael glares at Isabella. *Persuasive techniques of repetition and emotive language
"Isabella do you have any tips or advice you can give on how to be water smart?", Michael asks. "Well you can start by using tap water instead of bottled water", Isabella replies. *Persuasive technique of repetition used.