Village vs City
The main differences is environment of both. The village has clean air and the environment is very beautiful. The village has less noise and rush. So the pollution is less. There are a lot of plants in the village, that can make cold air in the village. In other hand, the city environment is polluted with dust, smoke, garbage and dioxide gases from factories. In the city there are a lot of vehicles and people in the road. The streets are dusty and unclean. It is hard to lead a healthy life in the city. In the city also less plants. It makes the air of city is very hot.
Second differences is the facility. In fact, in the village is less of facilities. It can be viewed from still many village that have not been install the electricity. They can not use some electronics. Because there are no computer, television, radio, etc, it could make village people lack of information. That could hinder the progress of students learning in the village. In contrast, living in the city is everyone dream. Actually the city life is more comfortable. There are a lot of facilities for people in the city and they have more opportunities for making money. There are electricity, highway, communication, telecommunication, plumb facilities in the city. It could cause the cost of living is very high in the city. Most goods are very expensive.
The last differences is life style both of the people. The life style of villager is more friendly and warm-heated. They are also helpful, for example; if your car breaks down while driving in the village, many people stop to help you. Villagers receive you well where as city-dwellers tend to be within doors. However in the city, most people do not care. They just drive past you. The behavior of people in a city is different from that of the people in a village. People in a city are generally unfriendly and they maintain distant from others.
Although village and city are unique place to life. They have differences such as, environment, facilities, and life style. So you have personal opinion to choose where you will stay to live.
By: Tina Arimurti...:)