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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126670: Dictation - Graffiti 1/2
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    Dictation - Graffiti 1/2

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    Graffiti and tags are part of our daily life. They apear in various forms on the wals of our cities. But how do they differ ?
    The tag is a signature whose objectif is to leave a trace and meet the need for recognition. Graffiti is a work of art in its own right, displayed on a life-size support.
    Often tags and graffiti are one and similar and are sometimes very old. They are find in places shetered from light and humidite, such as prison cells, baracks, cellars, catacombs.
    It was at the beginning of the 1960s, with the creation of spray paint cans, that graffiti appeared. The phenomen spread to all the continents. Graffiti quickly spread to densely populated neighbourhoods, contributing to the degradation of living environments. Then, it was in dusused factories and vacant lots that graffiti artists could express themseves in peace, with the aim of reviving a place.

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