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A man once said how useless it was to put advertisements in the newspapers. “Last week量化核心,” he
said,“my umbrella was stolen from a London church. As it was a present, I spent twice its worth in
advertising卖家版阿里旺旺, but didn’t get it back. ”
“How did you write your advertisement?” asked one of the listeners,a businessman.
“Here it is. ” said the man海鸥乔纳森, taking out of his pocket a slip cut(剪下的纸条)from a newspaper. The
other man took it and read,“Lost from the City Church last Sunday evening, a black silk umbrella.
Anyone who finds it will receive ten shillings on leaving it at No. 10 Broad Street. ”
“Now,” the businessman said, “I often advertise, and find that it pays me well. But the way in
which an advertisement is expressed(表述) is of great importance. Let us try for your umbrella again哈同高速,
and if it fails, I’ll buy you a new one. The businessman then took a piece of paper out of his pocket
and wrote:“If the man who was seen to take an umbrella from the City Church last Sunday evening
doesn’t wish to get into trouble四字春联, he will return the umbrella to No. 10 Broad Street. He is well
This appeared in the paper昆明白癜风, and on the following morning, the man was surprised when he
opened the front door. In the doorway lay at least twelve umbrellas of all sizes and colors that had
been thrown in, and his own was among the number. Many of the umbrellas had notes(便条) which
were fastened(系牢) to them saying that they had been taken by mistake, and begging the loser not to
say anything about the matter.
1. Who would receive ten shillings according to the first advertisement?
A. Anyone who found the thief.
B. Anyone who gave a message to the loser of the umbrella.
C. Anyone who left the umbrella in the City Church.