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Living in the country is better than living in the city

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Living in the country is better than living in the city When you look up, the blue sky is spotted with birds that spear through the white clouds. When you look down, the green field of barley has been decorated with cows and sheep that are grazing in leisure. You are lying on the soft grass drinking self-brewed beer. What more would a man need? People always live better away from the dirty and noisy city, away from constrain of the society and live in their own anarchy and peaceful place. ...read more.

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People can truly live in peacefulness in the countryside. Scientific report shows that people from countryside live a longer time that the people who live in the city. Because of the pollution and noise free environment people who live in the countryside's health have been dramatically improved. Without constrain of the society, people will live more happily. This is because people do not feel the sense of freedom when living in a city. ...read more.

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There are better entertainments, opportunities to be educated and have technologies that can make our life easier. In the country side the only entertainment they have is play some instruments or have a game of chess with an old mate. But in city, Internet cafes, nightclubs and casinos are everywhere. TV and computer are also what countryside fantasies about. Education is also better in city than countryside's. Both countryside and city have their own advantages. What this made people has different decisions is their personality. For myself, I like to go to the countryside. ...read more.

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