Living in the city and in the country can be both similar and different. There can be advantages to both, as well as disadvantages. Whether or not you prefer one or the other is merely an opinion of yours. The follow essay will show how different factors effect ones opinion, such as: Noise, distance to shops, and traffic.
Living out in the country can be a very good thing and many people enjoy it, others despise it and would rather live in the city. The country is more laid back and settled down than the city. There isn’t as many vehicles, people, or noises as there is in the city. Noise in the country can affect many things, such as ones sleep cycle, fishing, and also hunting. People in the city are use to the noise so they just sleep right through the noise and such.
The second thing that will be discussed is distance. Distance is a big difference between the city and the country. For those that live in the city shops and grocery stores and convenient stores are all very close. Whereas in the country it may be ten to twenty or even more miles before there is any sign of a store. Living way out in the country you may feel alone but some people like to not be around as many people so the further away they are the more comfortable they feel.
The third and final thing is traffic. Traffic is a major downer and killer. People that live in the city are use to it and have learned to be patient. However those from the country when they visit the city and there is a lot of traffic they get a little impatient and frustrated. Rush hour in the city and rush hour in the country are totally different. The reason for this is because there are so many more companies and businesses in the city and that means there are more people leaving their jobs at the same time and that is a main cause for confusion between drivers and the fact that there are so many wrecks during that time in the city.
That is an example of the differences between the city and the country. I hope...