The 60s

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THE 60’S

Freedom, changes, revolutionary ideas… are some of the typical features of the 60s.

Imagine living in the 1960s, dressed up with hippie clothes, attending a Beatles concert… if I hadthe opportunity to travel back to any place in history, I would choose the 60’s without any doubt.

Who has never dreamt to live in the period of opportunities and changes, where teenagers expressedthemselves freely? This is the time when political activities suffered huge changes in many European countries and fashion hippie born. Furthermore, this is the era of celebrities I really admire likeBrigitte Bardot.
And what about the Twist? Don’t you remember? The Twist became the first worldwide dance craze in the early 1960s. I love this dance because it was inspired by rock androll music. It was really popularity among young people and draw fire from critics who felt it was too provocative.

I think provocation is another feature typical from thisperiod, which results in the invention of the miniskirt (6 or 7 inches above the knee).

To conclude I should mention the importance of the 1960s music. Nowadays groups likethe Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Hendrix are still been heard.
All this point make me want to travel back 1960.

What about fashion influences?QUESTION 2

Australia, a different way of life
First of all Australia seems to be one of the ideal place to live on earth.
This country offers a huge varieties of wild and weirdanimals such as the Kangourou and the
Who has never dreamt to study in a country with a warm and welcoming climate.
Farthermore the Australia has been choose to be the next olympic country. Itshows, beyond the
shadow of a doubt that Australia is a fair country
But, above all, what can lead to believe that studying in such a country is benefit is the kindness
and the good spirit state of...
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