Analysis. Introduction: - The author uses different kinds of means in order to show /illustrate/ present her/his attitude towards lopinion of - The text shows/deals with... - The aim/purpose of the text is to.... Main part: - In order to convey his message he/she makes use of stylistic devices, in order to highlight... - the enumeration ".." is used by... in order to refer to... - - by making use of.. in line... the author wants to mention.... Conclusion: - In conclusion / All in all The American Dream - James Truslow Adams ENGLISH Speech analysis How to analyse a political speech?! Pay attention to: - key words and phrases the use of symbols, slogans, stereotypes - oppositions - metaphors, similes, illu stations - features of style Sentence Connectives: to begin with, next, firstly, secondly, on second thoughts, finally, in conclusion, in spite of all - Moreover, further/furthermore, likewise, similarly, equally, in the same manner in the same way, besides, in addition - in other words, that is to say, a better way to putting it is, in that case, this implies, considering - with regard to, referring to, with reference to, nevertheless a nation with unlimited opportunities - work hard and you will achieve prospecting regardless your background - equality - individualism - "The American Dream is the Dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man with opportunity for...
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each according to his ability or achievement"- James Truslow Adams, 1931 899009 THE✰✰ AMERICAN DREAM "And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream." - Martin Luther King Useful phrases. the speaker employs/makes use of colloquial/current/common/formal words/ phrases/expressions - He/she alludes tol suggests that - He/she contrasts A with B - He/she illustrates his/her argumentation by... - He/she criticizes /attacks sb.…... - He /She mentions/adds/highlights/ illustrates /points out/reports/discusses - the speech can be subdivide into... paragraphs in the first part, in the second part, in the third part - In order to / to put emphasis on "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain Junalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness" - Thomas Jefferson