Topic: The gap between standard of living in the city and the countryside is increasingly becoming wide. How to reduce the difference?
Introduction: When you look back to the last century, amazingly you will find that not only all world's largest populated cities had experienced different population growth rates, but also the difference between the city and the countryside had grown accordingly. Two reasons of mine can examine this tendency as following. (48 words)
Topic sentence 1: The glamorous city life allures lots of human resources to move to/agglomerate in the city, taking major contribution to the gap. (20 words) Supporting sentences: In the city, there are many advantages to attract those talented people to settle down--more job opportunities, cultural activities, sporting events, you name them. Therefore, even those well-educated people who are originated from the country intend to lead a dynamic city life instead of returning to face the static country view. If the rural government can work out some favorable policies such as low prices of land occupied for industrial uses, with the combination of low cost of workforce, investors are willing to establish factories in the countryside. The improvement of employment situation will enormously help pull back some intellectuals and lessen the gap. (104 words)
Topic sentence 2: In the second part, I would mention the factor of transportation. (11 words) Supporting sentences: The vital resistance of economic development in the countryside is the inconvenient transportation. It has been witnessed in China that almost all leading cities are scattered along the coastline. They take advantages of sea, air and other sophisticated transport facilities to enjoy high economic growth rates. I suggest that the central government should fund on infrastructure for the whole nation, including rural areas, to build up a nationwide transport network. Consequently tourism as well as housing in the countryside will be boosted, and the difference between the city and the country would be minimized. (94 words)
conclusion: To sum up, intelligent resources would determine who is the winner or loser of the intense competition; moreover, transit systems also play an important role in developing economy. If both issues were tackled properly in the countryside, gap between the city and the country would never be overwhelming.(48 words)