- What do you usually do in the countryside?
- Have you ever lived in the countryside?
- Would you enjoy living in the countryside?
- Will you live in the countryside in the future?
1. What do you usually do in the countryside?
I often go to Shimoga, which is a 6-hour drive from Bangalore, where I live. Well, I have got plenty of things to do there. I go to the Jog falls, which is such stunning scenery. I take long walks, breathe in the fresh air, and enjoy the tranquility.
2. Have you ever lived in the countryside?
I have not lived in one, but I did spend a good deal of time in Tanjore, where my aunt lived. We used to visit her during summer vacations. She owned some acres of growing rice fields, and we enjoyed getting drenched in the water pump on the farm. I miss those days!
3. Would you enjoy living in the countryside?
I work for an IT company, and many companies have plans to move to the countryside to escape the traffic. That way, I might get a chance to live in the countryside. I would thoroughly enjoy it.
4. Will you live in the countryside in the future?
would, when I retire. I think it is the right time. So, I might end up spending my old age in the countryside. I would be able to enjoy the lovely, friendly, and beautiful countryside to the fullest.
Tranquility (noun) – the quality or state of being tranquil; calm.
Eg: I enjoy the tranquility of rural areas.
Drenched (verb) – wet thoroughly; soak
Eg: Since it rained in the park, I got drenched.
Acres (noun) – a unit of land area equal to 4,840 square yards (0.405 hectare).
Eg: He owns some acres of land, in the northern part of the village
Retirement (noun) – the action or fact of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work.
Eg: The retirement age in India is 58.