[QUOTE=luc13aka47;814283]Today , I talk about the disadvantages of
myliving in Hanoi city.
Today , I talk about the disadvantages of living in Hanoi city.
The first disadvantage is living alone. I'm not sure if it's really a disadvantage because I simply like to live alone in an out of the way place. I have some difficulties to manage the time. I often haven't breakfast and don't eat at the usual time. This affects my health. Sometime I'm sad and haven't anyone to talk. At that time, I often play computer games or sleep.
The second disadvantage is that I live far away from home. It’s also an advantage because it's good for me to be without parental control. So I can play computer games quite a lot and can allow me to be too lazy to take a bathe or do my housework. Sometimes, I'm inexperienced in life. I must manage my money alone, for example, not to
overwaste money and not to be stingy with money. I also must build my career on my own; I’m currently studying Reverse Engineering and Coding to take a job soon. Spending money on living is more freely.
The third disadvantage is approaching. I seldom have a trip so I’m not familiar with the traffic in Hanoi. This causes difficulties when I need to go somewhere in Hanoi. On the first day in Hanoi, I
havelost my mobile by a thief when I was riding the bus. (This is a sudden giving me / I don’t know this expression, so I give another idea) I was shocked because this has seldom happened in my country. But now, I'm more awake to this. I’m a student at a university, so I have many fresh things to manage, such as the way to study and cope with friends, who are really different from when I was in high school. I'm very careful in choosing friends because I don't trust anyone immediately. I fully intend to better my way to study and my direction many times and I think it's in progress.
These are my disadvantages or advantages of living in Hanoi. I will need more efforts to transform all of the disadantages into advantages.
· Good luck!
februar (no teacher)