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    1960s was a decade for five continents of the globe to revolutionize and shock.

    1960s was a decade for five continents of the globe to revolutionize and shock. (quoted from an abstract of an MA thesis)

    Is the above sentence acceptable?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: 1960s was a decade for five continents of the globe to revolutionize and shock.

    You need The 1960s..
    I think it is fine with that. Someone else might want were instead of was, as 1960s is plural. But decade is singular so I vote for was.

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