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mistakes: in this text, the author discusses time his/her is intended to/meant to ... .... what the text says/what is written in zusammenfassung aufgeteilt divided... ... in the near future /.. ↓ Futut she moved ... last year. - simple past (last year/yesterday/in...) topical, current = aktuell to be used to + Gerund (-ing) what - which bezieht sich auf Subjekt example of... Beispiel. their.. either is even bigger = noch mehr typical of... typisch für... 1 Zitate: · Vergleich:... (cf.l...) / (see !...) The author pointed out that ..." (....) - (1.3) / (11.7-10) auch nicht (not...eithe) Auslassung: "... (...)...“ Hinzufügen: " he [is] surprised.... metaphor • rhetorical question • anaphora allitereration • personification - symbol. climax antithesis rhetorical devices : • compariason / simile = Vergleich S Metapher exaggeration (hyperbole) irony enumeration parallelism repetition neologism ellypse quotation euphemism + Soll rhetorische Frage Anapher Allteration = Personifikation Symbol Steigerung Antithese Obertreibung = : : : 8 8 Ironie Aufzählung Parallelismus Wiederholung ・Wortneuschöpfung. : englischklausur Ellipse Zitate mildere / weniger negative Umschreibung Varying sentence structure: simple sentences = Stu+ 0 = einfacher Satz compound sentences = two/more independent clauses complex sentences = H₁N₁ satz = komplexe Sätze. connectives .addition = moreover = furthermore= 'in addition 8 contrast on the contracy= on the other hand = in contrast = • however = •nevertheless= emphasis indeed . in fact • result rextect = therefore: thus . time meanwhile = •Subsequently = •there after= consequently = • as a result = participal constructions: 1. time = •·to persuade •to underline when, as, after, while, as soon as, before, until, since 2.reason as, since, because 3. condition: if, even if, unless 4. concession/Contrast slevert (al) though, while = ·to explain ·to address s.b. 5. purpose/result 6. relative clauses useful wondes: to emphasize to evdhe emotions. 3 ・・ to expand a point = ·•·to evaluate ·to convince. to illustrate. : 8 = : = 30 (that), so/such... that to make st....

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remember sth. to become more forceful = ·to arouse sb's interest- to make sb. understand sth. = beliefs and values • Fundamental, inalienable, God-given rights: - liberty: personal / religious freedom pursuit of happiness ways of pursuing onet dreams equality -D success and wealth • life :protected by law, government, military Patrionism : Puritanism: • • Puritain belief that: hard work, thrift, discipline, self-improvement, responsability -- success and prosperity ·being a member of God's chosen people • protecting personal rights . • open to : importance of national symbols pride being an American open and dynamic society: -> newideas and inventions -> immigrants of any nationality · election = Wahlsystem electoral system = · US = electoral college system . •Americans are voting for a group of officials - make up electoral college Lo these electors choose the (vice) president • meets every 4 years, a few weeks after the election day ५ •newly elected president sworn into office on Jan. 20 Electoral college: •vole (vice) president into office •number of electoral votes = number of states Congress Members 270 out of 538 = president •_general election: registered volers cast their votes out their ballots • filling national convention •Republican / Democratic Partis hold their national conventions 4 days long • presidential candidate for each parti is announced primaries and caucuses nominating process on "Super Tuesday" • president US-bom citizen at least 35-years old resident of the USA for 14 years can serve for a maximum of two- four- trumps reign: •Paris climate agreement •Corona Crisis •national emergency • unemployment rate (14,7%) •very scandalous. year terms The American dream 1.) the statue of liberty -symbol of freedom for everyone. => chances are offered 2.) Rosa Parks (1955) -> Montgomery Bus Boycott -> refused to offer her seat to a white person => ·beginning of the Civil Rights Movement with Martin-Luther King ->Obama: first Afro-American president of the US => combination of 3 coloured people changing history 3.) Declaration of Independance (1776) Which points are important for the American dream social mobility path to move up life is better and richer (pursuit of happiness) - opportunities - images and dreams - - - the idea that everyone can make it -Obama as a symbol of American dream up word mobility opposite : American nightmare ·Immigration: · Colonists, Settlers first Europeans in America 4 escape from religious, political, economic oppression belief that America would offer a better life • 1965: change in the immigration law = more non-Europeans entering the country. 1970: 60% European Immigrants K -> 2000 : 15% . • melting pot : immigrants gave up their = a unified American nation" • 1970: Salad bowl: cultures mix, but remain different way of life/ language! culture Independance : begins in 1492: Columbus discovery of America 1600: European colonists from England 1770:13 British Colonies practice their religion freely Lo take advantage of the opportunities ·colonies: dependant on goods/support from Europe to became more politically independant Lp under the control of London Revolutionary War (1775-1783). L draft the Declaration of Independance Lo by Thomas Jefferson on July 4 8 - guidline of constitution of 1787 (legislative, executive, judical) 4 July : federal holiday 1776 Equality and freedom: 1791: The Bill of Rights religious freedom of speech, equal rights and opportunities separation of church and state : 1865 slavery was a bolished 1960: Civil rights movement (equal rights) 1920 Women were allowed to vote, (suffrage). Native Americans, gays, lesbians still fighting for freedom higher education is a question of money deep-seated pattionism. - roots of anti- Americanism around world. the american dream ·country of opportunity - James Truslow Adams "Life should be better, richer and fuller for everyone! most popular example: rags to riches anyone can attain their own version of success in a society where upward mobility is possible for everyone s jobs and education are available to all -> succeed with hard work to achieve prosperity > ideals: democrazy, rights, equality, liberty and opportunities I live a happy and successful life > melting pod = one union • Salad bow! = different cultures/languages/ideals. general information: 'meaning has changed since USA was founded →similarities personal happiness live comfortably, own nice things history: >1800/1900 people came to build an existence/ have political freedorn to : " life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" > 1776: rights › 1890-1945: Spreading the American Dream › 1930: idea began, people wanted more materialistic/financial comfort > 20 th century: shaped by economic boom then >hard working > happy family now › similar idea: good grades →> good jab > both parents work > get married/two hids/husband works > don't need a family to be happy schildren have a better life than their parents > new ways to become successful to set of beliefs and ideas - allow every American the freedom prosper and advance socially, financially through hard work -fame and fortune/fulfilled life, no state interference. •1776 rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness (unailieble rights) life should be better, richer, fuller for everyone " = dream of social order • Success / prosperity lequality /democrazy/justice/freedom/ self-realisation = dream / nightmare. first expressed by James Truslow Adams in 1931 - beliefs, promises of religious/ personal freedom; set of complex opportunities for prosperity and success - roots in Declaration of Independance of 1776 - reference to basic human rights -↳ "inalienable" and God-given -D " all [ people] are created equal • melting pot: "melted together => give up their original culture and idarity => "American culture" salad bowl : national, ethnic, cultural patterns/habbits =D loosely integrated into -American dream = materalistic dream - can end badly -> values and principals of AD fail the american nightmare -D Soldiers were convinced, that they were fighting for American values Lp lost their lives -> destroyed lives and families ↓ thought they fought for freedom => wrong - equal opportunities only exist for people with the necessory financial resources miserable health System Loonly possible for high-earning citizens - How can equal opportunities exist, if medical care is not guarented => Pightmare = poor health system 20 lack of prospects for many immigrants/poover people =P. can't realise the AD => Can fail no matter how hard you try =D nothing is like the people imagined it to be for everyone analysing a speech Understanding the context of a speech 4 function of a speech: 1.) to etablish contact ->address the audience 2) to place emphasis on -> emphasize important points 3.) to present ideas understandably or memorably (metaphot) 4.) to convey a certain image of the speaker (self presentation) -> make a good impression / a memorable impression a 1) Introduction Titel Context: Is there a titk? > Who is speaking? ・Speaker >Where and when? Time / Place >To what audience? Audience. > On what occaision? · Occasion > On what topic(s)? ・Topic >With what main aim ? · main aim Ex: The political speech "..." by ... from.. to... at... is about treats / on the occasion of. First impression: topic, subject, tone, issue, purpose • organization of the text train of thoughts, line of arguments Circumstances of the speech/ political context • time /place •audience • Occasion ・genre /typ 2.) Content: -> summarize the main points -D1 sentence always a hidden message use of diverse structural / rhetorical devices. Formal and stylistic devices: language grammar: rhetoric: 3.) analysis manner of speaking / vvice: • • keywords/phrases choice of words different addresses sentence structure ·grammatical tenses. rhetorical question • use of contrast /oppositions key symbols (stereotypes) abstractions/generalisations references to history Concentration an essential points •insertions = Einfügungen volume • tempo, stress. • pauses Irhythm. Aufgabenstellung beinhaltet nur eine Sache z.b. analyse. the stylistic devices s. Withing D Gebrauch um... I wants to convince the audience speeks directly to the audience (möglichst viele verschiedene Sprachliche Mittel) analysing structure and thetorical devices ->general aim and intention of the speaker Lo sprachliches Mittel nennen - underlines/emphasizes... - makes the speech more emotional/personal - creates a connection to God. - shows off the problems. - to address the audience. -D Critizises... -D Mache it easier for the audience to imagine -> creates hope -> mahes references to -Demotionally - loaded words

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mistakes: in this text, the author discusses time his/her is intended to/meant to ... .... what the text says/what is written in zusammenfassung aufgeteilt divided... ... in the near future /.. ↓ Futut she moved ... last year. - simple past (last year/yesterday/in...) topical, current = aktuell to be used to + Gerund (-ing) what - which bezieht sich auf Subjekt example of... Beispiel. their.. either is even bigger = noch mehr typical of... typisch für... 1 Zitate: · Vergleich:... (cf.l...) / (see !...) The author pointed out that ..." (....) - (1.3) / (11.7-10) auch nicht (not...eithe) Auslassung: "... (...)...“ Hinzufügen: " he [is] surprised.... metaphor • rhetorical question • anaphora allitereration • personification - symbol. climax antithesis rhetorical devices : • compariason / simile = Vergleich S Metapher exaggeration (hyperbole) irony enumeration parallelism repetition neologism ellypse quotation euphemism + Soll rhetorische Frage Anapher Allteration = Personifikation Symbol Steigerung Antithese Obertreibung = : : : 8 8 Ironie Aufzählung Parallelismus Wiederholung ・Wortneuschöpfung. : englischklausur Ellipse Zitate mildere / weniger negative Umschreibung Varying sentence structure: simple sentences = Stu+ 0 = einfacher Satz compound sentences = two/more independent clauses complex sentences = H₁N₁ satz = komplexe Sätze. connectives .addition = moreover = furthermore= 'in addition 8 contrast on the contracy= on the other hand = in contrast = • however = •nevertheless= emphasis indeed . in fact • result rextect = therefore: thus . time meanwhile = •Subsequently = •there after= consequently = • as a result = participal constructions: 1. time = •·to persuade •to underline when, as, after, while, as soon as, before, until, since 2.reason as, since, because 3. condition: if, even if, unless 4. concession/Contrast slevert (al) though, while = ·to explain ·to address s.b. 5. purpose/result 6. relative clauses useful wondes: to emphasize to evdhe emotions. 3 ・・ to expand a point = ·•·to evaluate ·to convince. to illustrate. : 8 = : = 30 (that), so/such... that to make st....

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remember sth. to become more forceful = ·to arouse sb's interest- to make sb. understand sth. = beliefs and values • Fundamental, inalienable, God-given rights: - liberty: personal / religious freedom pursuit of happiness ways of pursuing onet dreams equality -D success and wealth • life :protected by law, government, military Patrionism : Puritanism: • • Puritain belief that: hard work, thrift, discipline, self-improvement, responsability -- success and prosperity ·being a member of God's chosen people • protecting personal rights . • open to : importance of national symbols pride being an American open and dynamic society: -> newideas and inventions -> immigrants of any nationality · election = Wahlsystem electoral system = · US = electoral college system . •Americans are voting for a group of officials - make up electoral college Lo these electors choose the (vice) president • meets every 4 years, a few weeks after the election day ५ •newly elected president sworn into office on Jan. 20 Electoral college: •vole (vice) president into office •number of electoral votes = number of states Congress Members 270 out of 538 = president •_general election: registered volers cast their votes out their ballots • filling national convention •Republican / Democratic Partis hold their national conventions 4 days long • presidential candidate for each parti is announced primaries and caucuses nominating process on "Super Tuesday" • president US-bom citizen at least 35-years old resident of the USA for 14 years can serve for a maximum of two- four- trumps reign: •Paris climate agreement •Corona Crisis •national emergency • unemployment rate (14,7%) •very scandalous. year terms The American dream 1.) the statue of liberty -symbol of freedom for everyone. => chances are offered 2.) Rosa Parks (1955) -> Montgomery Bus Boycott -> refused to offer her seat to a white person => ·beginning of the Civil Rights Movement with Martin-Luther King ->Obama: first Afro-American president of the US => combination of 3 coloured people changing history 3.) Declaration of Independance (1776) Which points are important for the American dream social mobility path to move up life is better and richer (pursuit of happiness) - opportunities - images and dreams - - - the idea that everyone can make it -Obama as a symbol of American dream up word mobility opposite : American nightmare ·Immigration: · Colonists, Settlers first Europeans in America 4 escape from religious, political, economic oppression belief that America would offer a better life • 1965: change in the immigration law = more non-Europeans entering the country. 1970: 60% European Immigrants K -> 2000 : 15% . • melting pot : immigrants gave up their = a unified American nation" • 1970: Salad bowl: cultures mix, but remain different way of life/ language! culture Independance : begins in 1492: Columbus discovery of America 1600: European colonists from England 1770:13 British Colonies practice their religion freely Lo take advantage of the opportunities ·colonies: dependant on goods/support from Europe to became more politically independant Lp under the control of London Revolutionary War (1775-1783). L draft the Declaration of Independance Lo by Thomas Jefferson on July 4 8 - guidline of constitution of 1787 (legislative, executive, judical) 4 July : federal holiday 1776 Equality and freedom: 1791: The Bill of Rights religious freedom of speech, equal rights and opportunities separation of church and state : 1865 slavery was a bolished 1960: Civil rights movement (equal rights) 1920 Women were allowed to vote, (suffrage). Native Americans, gays, lesbians still fighting for freedom higher education is a question of money deep-seated pattionism. - roots of anti- Americanism around world. the american dream ·country of opportunity - James Truslow Adams "Life should be better, richer and fuller for everyone! most popular example: rags to riches anyone can attain their own version of success in a society where upward mobility is possible for everyone s jobs and education are available to all -> succeed with hard work to achieve prosperity > ideals: democrazy, rights, equality, liberty and opportunities I live a happy and successful life > melting pod = one union • Salad bow! = different cultures/languages/ideals. general information: 'meaning has changed since USA was founded →similarities personal happiness live comfortably, own nice things history: >1800/1900 people came to build an existence/ have political freedorn to : " life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" > 1776: rights › 1890-1945: Spreading the American Dream › 1930: idea began, people wanted more materialistic/financial comfort > 20 th century: shaped by economic boom then >hard working > happy family now › similar idea: good grades →> good jab > both parents work > get married/two hids/husband works > don't need a family to be happy schildren have a better life than their parents > new ways to become successful to set of beliefs and ideas - allow every American the freedom prosper and advance socially, financially through hard work -fame and fortune/fulfilled life, no state interference. •1776 rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness (unailieble rights) life should be better, richer, fuller for everyone " = dream of social order • Success / prosperity lequality /democrazy/justice/freedom/ self-realisation = dream / nightmare. first expressed by James Truslow Adams in 1931 - beliefs, promises of religious/ personal freedom; set of complex opportunities for prosperity and success - roots in Declaration of Independance of 1776 - reference to basic human rights -↳ "inalienable" and God-given -D " all [ people] are created equal • melting pot: "melted together => give up their original culture and idarity => "American culture" salad bowl : national, ethnic, cultural patterns/habbits =D loosely integrated into -American dream = materalistic dream - can end badly -> values and principals of AD fail the american nightmare -D Soldiers were convinced, that they were fighting for American values Lp lost their lives -> destroyed lives and families ↓ thought they fought for freedom => wrong - equal opportunities only exist for people with the necessory financial resources miserable health System Loonly possible for high-earning citizens - How can equal opportunities exist, if medical care is not guarented => Pightmare = poor health system 20 lack of prospects for many immigrants/poover people =P. can't realise the AD => Can fail no matter how hard you try =D nothing is like the people imagined it to be for everyone analysing a speech Understanding the context of a speech 4 function of a speech: 1.) to etablish contact ->address the audience 2) to place emphasis on -> emphasize important points 3.) to present ideas understandably or memorably (metaphot) 4.) to convey a certain image of the speaker (self presentation) -> make a good impression / a memorable impression a 1) Introduction Titel Context: Is there a titk? > Who is speaking? ・Speaker >Where and when? Time / Place >To what audience? Audience. > On what occaision? · Occasion > On what topic(s)? ・Topic >With what main aim ? · main aim Ex: The political speech "..." by ... from.. to... at... is about treats / on the occasion of. First impression: topic, subject, tone, issue, purpose • organization of the text train of thoughts, line of arguments Circumstances of the speech/ political context • time /place •audience • Occasion ・genre /typ 2.) Content: -> summarize the main points -D1 sentence always a hidden message use of diverse structural / rhetorical devices. Formal and stylistic devices: language grammar: rhetoric: 3.) analysis manner of speaking / vvice: • • keywords/phrases choice of words different addresses sentence structure ·grammatical tenses. rhetorical question • use of contrast /oppositions key symbols (stereotypes) abstractions/generalisations references to history Concentration an essential points •insertions = Einfügungen volume • tempo, stress. • pauses Irhythm. Aufgabenstellung beinhaltet nur eine Sache z.b. analyse. the stylistic devices s. Withing D Gebrauch um... I wants to convince the audience speeks directly to the audience (möglichst viele verschiedene Sprachliche Mittel) analysing structure and thetorical devices ->general aim and intention of the speaker Lo sprachliches Mittel nennen - underlines/emphasizes... - makes the speech more emotional/personal - creates a connection to God. - shows off the problems. - to address the audience. -D Critizises... -D Mache it easier for the audience to imagine -> creates hope -> mahes references to -Demotionally - loaded words