July 12, 2018 at 10:50 am #224358
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Some people believe that living in big cities is becoming more difficult. Others believe that it is getting easier. Discuss both view and give your opinion?
In search of a new and better life, more and more people have chosen big cities as a hopeful destination. While there has been some arguments about living in those cities tends to be more challenging or comfortable, I strongly believe that there is more difficulties than ever before.
On the one hand, there are many advantages that makes big cities more attractive and are thought to become easier. As the developing process, modern cities provide a beneficial life to local people. For example, people there can access and update the latest information quicker and more convenient compared to small cities. Moreover, they can also live comfortably in adequate infrastructure and high qualified facilities that either help create more career opportunities and motivation to work harder in such a competitive atmosphere.
In the other hand, people might have thought that living in urban areas is less difficult than in big cities for several reasons. Firstly, it could be more annoying because of the noise from constructions or the number of traffic accidents is increasing considerably. Secondly, in big cities young workers have to face with tons of intense pressures from different aspects such as competitive working environment which always demands productivity, high attention and a big burden from tax. Especially to those who live far from their hometown to earn money for their family, it would have never been easy not to feel home missing in these hot bustling cities. Finally, retired adults would have felt uncomfortable and hard to keep in pace with the fast speed in these cities lives.
In conclusion, despite some evidence showing that it could be easier to have a life in big cities, I still agree with the point which mention about challenges are day by day increasing.
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