Why do we love our hometown?
Hometowns are filled with memories. The towns we live in today may still be those same hometowns. We’ve watched them grow and, maybe change to some degree as everything does, but our feelings for them remain the same. We loved them when we were young and we love them still today.
How long have you been living in the US?
Approximately 13 years
Why do I like my town?
2. It’s the one place where you don’t need to put in an effort to fit in. You just know that you belong! The way of life, the dialect and the regular humdrum of everyday life put you at ease and give you peace of mind.
Is hometown and birthplace the same thing?
Your birthplace is of course, where you are born. Your hometown would be the town you associate your childhood with, usually where you grew up and sometimes where your parents and longtime friends still remain. Your homeland is a little more abstract.
How long have you been living here meaning?
“How long have you been here?” This is used to ask someone how many days/weeks/months have they stayed in a particular place.
Which tense is used with how long?
present perfect tense
Why do you like my town speech?
I like my town very much. My town has grown to a city and is still growing with lots and lots of opportunities. I love to be here and enjoy the life over here, which is fun, exciting and great for us.
What my hometown means to me?
To call a place your hometown means that you like being associated with that place. I was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, but moved to the US at the age of two (to Queens, New York City), and again to Maryland’s DC suburbs at the age of seven.
How do I write an essay for my city?
When you are asked to write about your TOWN or CITY try to include some of the following points:
- name of your town / city.
- approximate population.
- their main livelihood – office goers, traders, teachers, shopkeepers, etc.
- describe the market – availability of goods.