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  1. Bhagwanti

    If you want to live like a king move to the country.

    It’s cheap. A movie still costs single digits. No one has a clue or cares what brand of clothing you’re wearing, whether your shoes, purse or belt are this year’s season or last. You can live in a real house with multiple bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and a garage. Maybe even a pool. And you can own it for under $200,000.

    There’s space for you, for your dog, for your kids, between you and your annoying neighbors. In the city, you live on top of each other. Your kids and your dog barely know what grass is. In the country, you have something called a yard. You run around, kick a football and chase fireflies.

    There’s a lot less income inequality. Since the cost of living is much lower, even those on the median family income can have a decent life.

    You don’t get suspicious when people are nice to you. People say hello and “how are you” and generally mean it. You go to the grocery store and have a decent chance of seeing at least someone you know. Your doctor actually calls you back the same day you call with a concern. Volunteer work isn’t something you do for your resume. You feel a part of a genuine community, not just one peon out of millions.

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  2. mingzhu

    The countryside might be nice if you’re retired. If you want to have a semblance of a social life and like to do wild things like, going to the cinema on a Monday night, the city is for you.

    One of the best advantages of city living is the access to culture. There are theaters, cinemas, museums, art galleries, dances, talks and festivals.

    The convenience of city life is another point in its favor. People have everything within easy access, thanks to the transport system, or even within walking distance. That is why they won’t need to drive for miles in order to get to work, go shopping, or attend medical appointments.

    Last, but not least, living in the city offers people many opportunities that are not viable in small towns. There are far more jobs available, apartments are more plentiful, and you also have many options if you want to get an education.

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  3. salamony1992

    I prefer living in the city for 2 reasons.
    First of all, I can buy any stuff I need from anywhere easily, because the malls are everywhere.
    secondly, entertainment places can be found easily too.

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  4. Amruta

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  5. aya elsisy

    My answer to the TOEFL Speaking question.

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