Village City Life

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A village is composed of small population that is not advanced whereas a city is very advanced and has large population. Life in a village is completely different from life in a city. This difference is like distinction between earth and sky. These lifestyles are totally different from each other. It is hard to find similarities between persons of different characteristics and same as with life in villages and cities. Cities are getting more advanced From Village Life To City 8000-3000B.C.

From Village to City Over the years of history, there have been many civilizations. And in our report Wwe will look at the earliest civilization. of all civilizations ... everyday and it has forced people to leave their village pride behind and become more city oriented. City and village life has characteristic that are similar and different. Village life and city life are somewhat provincial. People can t think of a life beyond the boundaries of their village or their city. Villagers think that villages are the best place to live, and people living in urban places think that they are more fortunate.There are some similarities between both locations. Children in the villages have their desires and ambitions like city children. They also want to be something in their lives. Villagers, like urban people, are hard workers. They know the value of hardwork and that is the key to success. Education is the fundamental step for a child to begin his life. In this technologically advanced society, a person can t do anything without education. Urban Sprawl

Urban Sprawl is a problem that will have severe consequences for all life if left unrestricted. The unrestricted development of the United States and the world is rapidly contributing to ... Children in the cities are fortunate enough to have schools. Every child goes to school with his aim focused, but children in villages don t have this opportunity. Villages can t afford schools. Instead of going to schools, the children go to...
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