TOEFL Essay Topic 24 - A person you know is planning to move to your town or city. What do you think this person would like and dislike about living in your town or city? Why? Use specific reasons and details to develop your essay.
Almost everybody has simultaneously reasons to like and dislike about living in his town or city. If a person
Almost everybody has simultaneously reasons to like and dislike about living in his town or city. If a person move to my home city â€“ Sofia I think he would like and dislike the following.
It seems to me that the first thing that he would enjoy is the rich culture life, which my town provides. There are a wide variety of opportunities, from which he can choose such as visiting museums, galleries, theaters or movies. The second, that he would probably enjoy, is the nearness of Vitosha mountain. It provides plenty of opportunities for winter sports, fore example, skiing and snowboarding. Vitosha is also a pleasant place for walks all year around. Besides these advantages, like an every big city, Sofia has its specific problems.
First, I think that every citizen feels negative effects of air polution. It is caused not only of the big number of cars, which have not catalysts, but also of the big factories for iron ore processing, situated close to the city. In addition, a person, who moves to Sofia would definitely feel uncomfortable, because of crowdness in my city. It is very common to feel like a â€œhot-dogâ€, while using public transport.
In conclusion, if a person moves to Sofia, he on the one hand would like culture life and nearness of the Vitosha mountain; however on the other hand he would definitely dislike the air pollution and crowdness of the city.
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