Need to pass 2 lists to MVC view

New to MVC and LINQ

I need to pass two lists to an mvc5 razor view.  Both lists originate from Models retrieve from and Entity Frameworks model (edmx)

I want to create a LINQexpression to select only specific records

Here is the model (class) that I want to pass in

    public class MyViewModel
        public List<Article> ArticleList { get; set; }
        public List<Advertisement> AdvertisementList { get; set; }

Here is the controller code

            var ArticleList = db.Articles.ToList();

            var AdvertisementList =
                                   (from s in db.Advertisements
                                     where s.AdvertisementID < 3
                                     select new

            MyViewModel mvm = new MyViewModel();
            mvm.ArticleList = ArticleList;
            mvm.AdvertisementList = AdvertisementList; <------------------------ Error Here
           return View(mvm);

The error I get is Error      1      Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Collections.Generic.List<AnonymousType#1>' to 'System.Collections.Generic.List<Info.Models.Advertisement>'      C:xxxxx\Info\Controllers\HomeController.cs      37      37      Info

I get it that AdvertisementList was not a type of Advertisement it was an anonymous type declared from       var AdvertisementList = .....

I also tried this

 var AdvertisementList = db.Advertisements.Where(s => s.AdvertisementID < 3);

My question is how do I use LINQ or whatever to get my SELECTED list of Advertisements from the controller to the view??
Charles BaldoSoftware DeveloperAsked:
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
The problem is that in your LINQ query you're not selecting a new Advertisement object; rather you are selecting a new anonymous object. Anonymous objects are their own type, and you cannot implicitly (or explicitly for that matter) convert those types to a type you have defined. You simply need to select "s" since it should already be of type Advertisement:

var AdvertisementList = (from s in db.Advertisements
                         where s.AdvertisementID < 3
                         select s).ToList();

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Charles BaldoSoftware DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Perfect Thank You
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