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  • Countryside is boring

    There is nothing there but some grass some leaves and a bunch of trees threw non the ground. Nature is wonderful but sometimes just walking past trees can easily become extremely dull and not at all exciting for anyone . Nothing ever to do but stare at leaves and trees

  • The country sounds beautiful and amazing but

    There is a lot of exquisite things in the city as well famous buildings, huge parks covered in beds of flowers . There are a lot of wonderful places and things to see in the city . Lots of these things practically don't exist in the world of the countryside

  • Because because because

    Just because ok ok because because because of the things there are and that it is not boring like the plain old countryside. I think that is why it's better . Also who wants to live on a clump of grass no one I know would enjoy doing that , OK

  • Transport and places

    In the countryside you have to walk everywhere or drive yourself . In the city you can do that as well but not only that there are also buses, taxis, trains etc... It's so much easier to get around. Also in the there are loads of roads and places to go in the countryside there are just trees and occasionally small narrow roads that lead to one thing. DOESN'T SOUND VERY EXCITING MOR IS IT!!!

  • There is more to do in the city!

    You are probably thinking that walking through millions of trees sounds wonderful, but wait until that is the only thing to do everyday. In the city, when you turn the corner you are enlightened with a museum, a new restaurant, a jewellery shop, a park, Markets, funfairs, the list goes on... There is so much more to do in the city than the countryside.⛪️🏣🏤🏥 beats _________ ( nothing as that is what the countryside is)

  • There is more to do

    You may think walking through the trees sounds like a lot of fun but when you realise that is all you can do everyday it becomes quite dull. In the city every time you turn a corner you see another exciting thing a museum, a new restaurant, a jewellery shop or a park. You don't get that in the countryside at all

  • It is not better

    We grow your food you need us to survive and we don't get when people are nice to us because we are all friends and we don't have to worry about people bullying us and going to kill us on the streets that is why I think that the country is better

  • No, fresh air is good for the body and the soul.

    No, the countryside is better for living in than the city. With less stress, more fresh air, and the quiet beauty of nature it can't be beat. The city is bustling and full of pollution, and you can't even see the stars at night. A skyline may be impressive to look at, but it's nothing compared to nature's grandeur.
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  • No, fresh air is good for the body and the soul.

    No, the countryside is better for living in than the city. With less stress, more fresh air, and the quiet beauty of nature it can't be beat. The city is bustling and full of pollution, and you can't even see the stars at night. A skyline may be impressive to look at, but it's nothing compared to nature's grandeur.
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  • Living in the countryside is better.

    In the countryside, there is more space for children to roam freely about. It is closer to nature and you can see many breathtaking sceneries. The possibility of crime in the countryside is lower and it is more relaxed. Heard that things are cheaper there :)) and the cost of living is lower in countryside than city life.

  • It is not better

    We grow your food you need us to survive and we don't get when people are nice to us because we are all friends and we don't have to worry about people bullying us and going to kill us on the streets that is why I think that the country is better

  • Pollution in the air

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  • No, fresh air is good for the body and the soul.

    No, the countryside is better for living in than the city. With less stress, more fresh air, and the quiet beauty of nature it can't be beat. The city is bustling and full of pollution, and you can't even see the stars at night. A skyline may be impressive to look at, but it's nothing compared to nature's grandeur.
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  • Countryside is better for living

    No, the term countryside refers to a location where there are not many people living in a small area, which happens to have less pollution than cities. In countrysides people has more opportunities to observe wildlife which is very rare in cities. Cities have developed medical systems, better transportations and advanced education but all these can't be compared to the wonderful nature. Cities are densely populated where there is no sense of calm.

  • The countryside is much better

    The countryside is less developed but it also means less pollution. Life in the countryside is also a lot more relaxing and peaceful than in the city with a lot less hustle and bustle, and you could observe wildlife rarely seen in cities too. Children will have a freer childhood growing up in the countryside by getting to roam around freely while in cities going around anywhere without adults can be fatal for kids.

  • It depends on your life stage.

    The city is a really cool place to be. Restaurants, shops, excitement, etc. It is a really great place to be when you're young. But when you start a family, do you really want chaos both inside and outside your house? Be able to play with your kids in the backyard, and take walks down empty roads is great for family team.

  • No, fresh air is good for the body and the soul.

    No, the countryside is better for living in than the city. With less stress, more fresh air, and the quiet beauty of nature it can't be beat. The city is bustling and full of pollution, and you can't even see the stars at night. A skyline may be impressive to look at, but it's nothing compared to nature's grandeur.


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