Most people live in towns or cities.

We can find advantages and disavantages.



ADVANTAGES

The most important advantage is that you can find many different services in a city or a town: schools, hospitals, shops, airports and bus and train stations, theaters, museums,...

  • You can find more educational services: there are many different schools, high schools and universities.


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TRINITY COLLEGE IN DUBLIN (UNIVERSITY)

  • You can find better health services: hospitals are bigger and they have lots of doctors.


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HOSPITAL IN LONDON


  • You can find a wide variety of different products: as there are many different shops (little shops, supermarkets, shopping centers), you can buy many different products. Those products can be local or from other places.


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SHOPPING CENTER IN INDONESIA

  • There are airports, bus and train stations, ports, and the roads are very wide, so you can travel easily to other places.


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WIDE HIGHWAYS AND RAILWAYS

  • You can find a wide variety of free time activities, as there are many cinemas, theathers, museums, zoos, swimmning pools, sport centers,...


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OPERA THEATER IN NEW YORK

  • There are many work opportunities, as people can work manufacturing products or provinding services to other people.

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THE DOCTOR PROVIDES A SERVICE
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THESE WOMEN MANUFACTURE PRODUCTS


DISADVANTAGES

  • There is more air pollution, as there are a lot of cars and factories.


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AIR POLLUTION
  • Towns and cities are very noisy.


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CITIES CAN BE VERY NOISY

  • Usually is difficult to find an open space (a big park or a natural landscape).


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OPEN SPACES AND PARKS CAN BE VERY LITTLE IN CITIES

  • It is more difficult to make friends in a town or city than in a village.


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DO YOU LIKE HAVING FRIENDS?


Time for videos now.

On the first video, you are going to discover the biggest shopping centers in the world.

I think they are too big, aren´t they?






On the second video, you will visit a primary school in Plymouth, England.

Does it look like our school?