This is the scene where George yells at Lenny then feels bad about it so he tells him the story about the rabbits. This is important to the plot because it clearly defines their goals and dreams.
This is the scene where Lenny asks George to get him a puppy from slim this matters to dreams because .It ties in with Lenny´s dreams of taking care of animals.
This is the scene where Candy tells George and Lenny about how much money he has saved up and asks if he can join them and they realize there dream is possible. This ties in with dreams because there dream was on the verge of coming true.
This is the scene where Crooks, Candy and Lenny were all discussing the dream to buy a plot of land and have animals and Crooks asked to join them but then Curley's wife came in and crushed his dream. This relates to dreams because it shows dreams are fragile things that can easily be crushed.
This is the scene where Lenny accidentally murdered Curley's wife because he was afraid George would find out he was with her. This ties in with dreams because some people will do anything to accomplish their dreams.
This is the scene where George murders Lenny. This ties in with dreams because everyone has a reason for there dream and George's reason was was to make a home for Lenny once Lenny died their dream died too.