Juli North 01.03.21 1. Klausur Englisch LK ри sp. det On the 4th of July 2006 & President Bush delivered his radio Address on the occassion of the Inde- pendence Day. He adresses all the Americans with sp, det this speech to wish then a safe and happy day. The main idea of this speech is to look back to the American history and to thank and honor the mem- bers of the amy (such as the founding families Bush starts his speech by talking about the former presi- det dent John Adams. He says that Adams vanted this day? Wo quotes in a summary! to be "comenorated with pomp and parade [...]" (1.9). } Bush also wants to honor the people who made freedom Possible in America through their "bravery and sacrifices">No quotes! (ll.14-15). He talks a lot about the past and especially the people who were involved in vars and fought for America's freedom. Not only the talks about what these str. people accomplished but also that there were many failures which, in his opinion, "make their accomplishments => No quotes! all the more remarcable" (ll. 19-20). President Bush ✓ also refers to the past generations to bonor their Sacrifices such as those who are fighting in vars right now. He vants the Arrericans to support them and "thank those who defend [their] freedon" (1.34). →...
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In the second paragraph (ll. 12-28) Bush talks about s.a. al as other generations which have honored this day because it shous America is a country where freedom is valid. He also recalls to the American ideals and adresses the people of the founding generations (1.21). To stress what they do to "give thanks to their freedon" (1.14) Bush uses on enume- name it! ⇒ration (1.14) and emotive language to show that this topic (1.17) gr ( means a great deal to him (1.14-15). He also uses many personal pronouns such as "we" (lk. 12, 14) to give the Americans a feeling of unity. The president uses a con- trast (1.17) to show that they are fighting against "Fyranny [to] live in freedom to show that it is Wo humanly to make mistakes. P Bush makes use of another contrast (l. 19) because in his opinion thest failures "make [...] their accomplishments all the more remarkable "(ll 19-20). Further on he directly adresses the "brave men and women of [their] founding gene- ration" (1.21) to thank them because they fought for the belief that freedon is a gift of God" (l. 22) where he also including includes his religious beliefs. To emphasis hou strang their strivoc → name it listeners convictions were he makes use of two personifications in one sentence (1.23). Dish At the end of this paragraph Bush uses a metaphar to create a picture in the audience's beads (11.26-27) because he wants to stress how much the Americans "sacrificed for the principles of [the] fanding". For the same reason he uses on alliteration in p the same sentence l.27). vor 2 name it! no The next paragraph (ll. 29-35) is about today's generation. Bush makes use of emotive language (ll. 29-30) to describe their enemies and stress that even at this har, the men and women of [their] Armed Forces are facing danger [...]". He uses emotive words such as "families" (l. 32) or "loved one's" (1.32). He wants the American citizens to think about then and to thank those who defend [their] freedon" (1.34). Therefore he personally adresses the Citizens (1.34) to establish contact with the audience. ор In the last section (l. 36-46) Bush talks about equality as "the promises of liberty [...] apply to all people" (ll 36- 37). The president repeats the word "freedom" (ll 37 f) to emphasis the topic of this day and to make it a key word which sticks in the Citizens heads for a while. He also says that God gave every life its worth and to stress that he uses an alliteration (1.38). Further on Bush makes use = name it of a contrast (ll 39-40) and adresses two groups of peoples s.a. "those who live in tyranny" (1.39) and "those who year for freedon" (l. 40). He also makes use of personal pro- sp s.a.. gr nons (1.38, 1.41) to stress that they are one Nation agam which should be proud of [their] heritage [...]" (1.41). The ze name it! president also makes use of an exumeration (ll. 41-42) to en phasise what the Amerions can be thankful for. He also re- calls to 176 again (1.43) to show that even after so many years "the spirit [...] lives on" (ll. 42-43). Bush is proud of the Nation's freed on which he underlines with a metaphor (1.43). To emphasise that he "places [his] trust" in the pro- tection of divine providence" he makes use of an alliteration. At the end of his speech the president uses on anaphoralle. 43-45) by also using the 1st person plural to show their again. He also uses a parallelism (1.44) to stress what they "page [the] "pledge [...] to freedom's defense" (fl. 44-45). In his whole speech Bush often repeats "the 4th" ® Form unity eit! = AP that day is. which shows how important (22.214.171.124) s.a. 15p مادر Celebratery 155 The nain point in Bush's speech is that he vents to thank the solides and people who sacrificed so much for the Ancican freed on. He talks a lot about the past when talking and is very open, even about failures. He wants to the American Citizens to hanor this day because in history it neens a big deal and he wants them to thank the people who are still fighting for America right now. Julie deine Analyse ist nelir gut strukturiert und du mennst viele richtige Stilmittel und deren Bedeutung Speech - Festrede und Wirkung auf den Zuliiter. Du hättest manche Stilmittel jedoch konkret mit Angabe von Zitaten belegen können. Du nennst mur die Zeilen in denen die Stilmittel häufig zu finden sind. Sprachlich ist deine Arbeit sehr flüssig und 12.3.2024 abwechslungsreich in den Strukturen.