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The United States has always been considered __ a country of unlimited possibilities, a place where a dishwasher could become __ millionaire. This belief in __ material success has come to be known as the “American Dream”.


Its origins date back to __ Puritan settlers of the 17th century, who believed in__ predestination. To be born as one of God’s chosen people meant to receive salvation, and __ material success in __ life was considered evidence of this. __ hard work, a virtuous life and __ struggle against __ poverty and __ temptation were the Puritan values. These values produced a work ethic that regarded __ material success as __ reward for being virtuous.

American literature has often taken __ critical interest in this subject. In “The Grapes of Wrath (1939), Steinbeck portrays __ farming families of the American Midwest who lost their lives and their livelihood in __ great drought of the 1930s. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1925) looks critically at the other side of the American Dream, namely __ lives of the rich. Here, Fitzgerald depicts __ corruption and __ moral decline that often accompany __ material success.

The American Dream and __ hope it offers of a better future and of personal and economic improvement remains a positive motivating force for working Americans of all social classes.
In the business world, the United States continues to be a land of __ opportunity where __ hard work can be rewarded with profit and success. This belief in __ success has helped make the United States synonymous with __ progress and __ innovation in the areas of __ science and technology and __ business.
Danke schonmal für jede hilfe
ANONYM stellte diese Frage am 17.01.2008 - 17:35

 
Antwort von GAST | 17.01.2008 - 17:54
also
das kannste erstmal knicken...jetzt füllst du die lücken erstmal selbsts aus und postest das hier und dann kann man gucken was du falsch hast, aber die seite ist nicht da damit die user hier deine hausaufgaben für dich erledigen...


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Antwort von Evar | 17.01.2008 - 18:01
ich werds trotzdem mal versuchen (@ black-seraphimo), hab langeweile ^^

The United States has always been considered a country of unlimited possibilities, a place where a dishwasher could become a millionaire. This belief in material success has come to be known as the “American Dream”.

Its origins date back to the Puritan settlers of the 17th century, who believed in predestination. To be born as one of God’s chosen people meant to receive salvation, and material success in a life was considered evidence of this. hard work, a virtuous life and the struggle against poverty and temptation were the Puritan values. These values produced a work ethic that regarded material success as the reward for being virtuous.

American literature has often taken critical interest in this subject. In “The Grapes of Wrath (1939), Steinbeck portrays farming families of the American Midwest who lost their lives and their livelihood in the great drought of the 1930s. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1925) looks critically at the other side of the American Dream, namely the lives of the rich. Here, Fitzgerald depicts the corruption and the moral decline that often accompany material success.

The American Dream and [?] hope it offers of a better future and of personal and economic improvement remains a positive motivating force for working Americans of all social classes.
In the business world, the United States continues to be a land of an opportunity where hard work can be rewarded with profit and success. This belief in success has helped make the United States synonymous with progress and innovation in the areas of the science and technology and the business.


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Antwort von Evar | 17.01.2008 - 18:02
keine garantie dafür das alles stimmt


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Antwort von Kaka | 17.01.2008 - 18:12
The United States has always been considered the country of unlimited possibilities, a place where a dishwasher could become millionaire. This belief in (the) material success has come to be known as the “American Dream”.

Its origins dateS back to Puritan settlers of the 17th century, who believed in predestination. To be born as one of God’s chosen people meant to receive salvation, and material success in life was considered evidence of this. A hard work, a virtuous life and struggle against (the) poverty and temptation were the Puritan values. These values produced a work ethic that regarded material success as a reward for being virtuous.

American literature has often taken critical interest in this subject. In “The Grapes of Wrath (1939), Steinbeck portrays farming families of the American Midwest who lost their lives and their livelihood in the great drought of the 1930s. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1925) looks critically at the other side of the American Dream, namely lives of the rich. Here, Fitzgerald depicts the corruption and moral decline that often accompany material success.

The American Dream and the hope it offers of a better future and of personal and economic improvement remains a positive motivating force for working Americans of all social classes.
In the business world, the United States continues to be a land of opportunity where hard work can be rewarded with profit and success. This belief in success has helped make the United States synonymous with progress and innovation in the areas of science and technology and business.

So sollte es richtig sein. Sicher, dass du den ersten Satz richtig abgeschrieben hast?

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