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If you could choose a historical period to live in, which one would you choose and why?

If you could choose a historical period to live in, which one would you choose and why?

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PALABRAS CLAVE
appealing, drawbacks, events, achieved, exceeding, be left behind

Planificación

  • Empieza por responder a la pregunta: ¿en qué período histórico te gustaría vivir?
  • Piensa en argumentos a favor de esa decisión
    1. ¿por qué elegirías esa época?
    2. ¿hay algún personaje histórico que admires perteneciente a esa época?
    3. ¿cómo te imaginarías tu vida en ese momento?
  • Organiza tus ideas en párrafos. Después de responder a la pregunta que se formula, organiza tus argumentos de una manera lógica.
  • Utiliza expresiones para organizar esas ideas: therefore, however, it was a time when,...
  • Puedes utilizar el condicional, ya que vas a relatar un caso hipotético

Write about 100 to 150 words in the following topic: If you could choose a historical period to live in, which one would you choose and why?

It is not easy to choose a historical period to live in, as I think that all of them can be very appealing but at the same time they all have many drawbacks. But if I had to choose an attractive age to live in, I would probably like to experience the exciting events taking place in America in the early nineteenth century. It was a time when America had recently achieved independence from the British Empire and it must have been an age of captivating changes, when new political, economic, and social decisions were being taken. It was a time of exceeding political figures like Thomas Jefferson or Abraham Lincoln, and of extraordinary writers, such as Walt Whitman or Herman Melville. Like them, ordinary people had to take their initiative and start new projects so as not to be left behind at a time of transition.

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