Wednesday, January 26, 2011

TOEFL Essay - Country and city kids are brought up

Q. It is better for children to grow up in the countryside than in a big city. Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and examples to develop your essay.

I disagree that any environment is central to raising children. We know that children belong in many environments. Where are they found mostly, walking. Children are found against the sidewalk. Sidewalks exist in most large cities and small towns. We keep children against the sidewalks regardless of upbringing.

Oh, what corporate gleaming strudels of a large city these skyscrapers mask actually. They rise upwards, their brochures declare their roominess, but we need much new arrival room. Put it in furnished apartments seems better than dropping them along residential corridors outside the city. In this fashion, we can all rank on an audience expectation spectrum while residing in a rigid metropolis. The city is an honest to goodness sign. Serviced apartments attract new skills and talented individuals from all over the nation. These buildings are fully laden with furniture, coverage and are usually cleaned and repaired. This means that problems are duly and quickly fixed.

In general, contact a real estate broker to find a fully furnished apartment for rent and be sure to request locations in the city that you favor. Attempting to find temporary corporate housing without a broker can be daunting. This is what the country will do. You should avoid this endeavor. Once you understand that brokers discover the best temporary corporate housing, signing the lease is simple. Your broker will facilitate the process and will help you through the hoops of processes of renting.

Yet another benefit to renting a fully furnished apartment is that you have no in-house worries. This is not true in the country, where in-house worries encroach. All dents and dings are usually covered, and all dust and dirty cleaned and swept away. In the country though, dust and dents invade. Children will have to preoccupy themselves with these tasks.

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