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The United States of America is the land of freedom, justice, and opportunities. All
your dreams will come true if you come to this country. Sadly This is not true , Many of
the people who came here have wanted a better life for themselves and for their children
,but they really do not know what is going to happen to them. They decide to move away
from their places from the place which they born at and come here. They thought
America is like a money fountain, they though that they can find work easily and we will
be rich in small amount of time. Sadly that’s never happens. The American dream never
can true expect to those who are rich already .You come to this country, you work, you
receive a lot of money, you buy a very big and beautiful house, you have perfect kids,
and you then decide to buy an expensive car so it can match your social status. The idea
of moving up the social ladder is attractive, yet it is literally nothing but a dream , not a
lot of people can go up this ladder some of them just stay at the same level and some of
them should thanks god that they are not going down this imaginary ladder.
The American Dream is that dream of a nation in which life should be better
and richer and fuller for everyone, no different between black man or white man,
Christian girl or muslim girl with hjab and also Jews men and woman should be the
Same ,no different between no one. I belief that every person has the chance to achieve
success. and this dream only going to come true for those who are really hard workers
and really want to change from inside or for those who are already rich. Everyday
students work vigorously to secure academic success. They frequently set goals for
themselves and work hard to reach them. The American dream is like a grade which a
student works hard to receive. It is a goal that one sets for himself. The dream, just like
the grade, may not always be easy to achieve, but through hard work anyone can live out
their dreams at this case not going to be only the rich people.
Today, many people immigrate to the United States of America in search of the
American Dream; freedom, equality, and to get the chance to achieve their personal goals
in life that they could not achieved in their motherland. The American dream drives
people to push their own limits to do anything that can make this live the American
dream. Even me I am not a citizenship and I came here to live the American dream that
everyone dream about , yet there are so many things that not making me feel that I am
living the American dream. I am an ESL “English second language” student ,trying to
understand the people in the United Stated is really hard and it need a lot of work and not
only work but hard work to live the American dream. Today, many people immigrate to
the United States of America in search of the American Dream; freedom, equality, and to
get the chance to achieve their personal goals in life that they could not achieved in their
motherland. The American dream drives people to push their own limits.
In the United states the are many levels of living, there are five levels everyone of us born in a level whatever is level is he wants to go to the next level. There are five levels that I am going to talk about now the first one is the upper class level , which makes up about one percent of the U.S. population, consists of those with vast inherited wealth.
Members of the upper class may also have a recognizable family name, such as DuPont, or Kennedy. The second level is upper middle class That category is a relatively new on the social ladder and makes up about 15 percent of the population. New money includes people whose wealth has been around only for a generation or two.
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