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In some developing countries, it is difficult to get good teachers to work in rural areas which can have a negative impact on the education of children in those rural communities. Why do you think good teachers do not want to work in rural areas in developing countries? What could be done to solve this problem?

In some developing nation, it is hard to find goods teachers who are willing to work in rural areas. Consequently, children who are in countrysides do not get good education.

There are a variety of reasons to explain why teachers are unwilling to work in rural areas. First, cities is the areas where education develops immensely and there are many educational centers and institutes so that teachers often tend to work in urban areas. Second, teachers working in urban areas often earn much more money than those working in rural areas. Thus, the living standard of urban teachers is higher than the living standard of rural teachers. Usually, teachers in rural areas need to find a part-time job so that they are likely to make ends meet. Thirds, rural life do not make people feel convenient. Rural areas are lacking in facilities for recreation. For instance, villages do not have movie theaters or amusement parks where people can relax after hardworking day. Besides, the shortage of Internet connectivity is one of the major problems that make people be unwilling to live in rural areas.

Unfortunately, if there aren't any good teachers who want to work in rural areas, rural students will become uneducated. These children also need quality education like urban children. The refusal of teachers to work at rural areas may have enormous impact on the education of rural children.

It is imperative that schools find good teachers. First, the government should encourage more teachers to work at rural areas by paying them the same wage ass teachers working in cities. Second, the government need to ensure that teachers have comfortable lives when they moved to rural areas to work there.

In conclusion, low salaries may be the main reason that makes teachers unwilling to work in countrysides. The only way to solve these problems is that the government need to maintain that teachers should be paid equally wherever they work

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In some developing nation, (wrong form) it is hard to find goods (wrong form) teachers who are willing to work in rural areas. Consequently, children who are in countrysides (wrong form) do not get a good education.


You need to add a thesis statement to your first paragraph. For example:

Thesis statement: I recognize this has been an ongoing issue for these countries, but there are some things that can be done about it.


There are a variety of reasons to explain why teachers are unwilling to work in rural areas. First, cities is (wrong form) the areas where education develops immensely (unnatural) and there are many educational centers and institutes so that teachers often tend to work in urban areas. Second, teachers working in urban areas often earn much more money than those working in rural areas. Thus, the living standard of urban teachers is higher than the living standard of rural teachers. Usually, teachers in rural areas need to find a part-time job so that they are likely to can make ends meet. Thirds, (wrong form) rural life do (wrong form) not make people feel convenient. (wrong word) Rural areas are lacking in facilities for recreation. For instance, villages do not have movie theaters or amusement parks where people can relax after hardworking day. (wrong expression - a day of hard work.) Besides, the shortage (wrong word - lack ) of Internet connectivity is one of the major problems that make people be unwilling to live in rural areas.

Unfortunately, if there aren't any good teachers who want to work in rural areas, rural students will become (wrong word. "Become uneducated" means that they are educated at one time but later on they are not. I don't understand how this can happen.) uneducated. These children also need quality education like urban children. The refusal of teachers to work at rural areas may have enormous impact on the education of rural children.

It is imperative that schools find good teachers. First, the government should encourage more teachers to work at rural areas by paying them the same wage ass teachers working in cities. Second, the government need to ensure that teachers have comfortable lives when they moved (wrong form) to rural areas to work there.

In conclusion, low salaries may be the main reason that makes teachers unwilling to work in countrysides. (wrong form) The only way to solve these problems is that the government need to maintain (wrong word) that teachers should be paid equally wherever they work (missing punctuation)


Think about your answer. If you are offered a job in a poor remote area at exactly the same pay as in a developed area, which one would you choose?

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Teacher, how can I fix the phrase highlighted ? I don't have any idea about this.

First, cities is (wrong form) the areas where education develops immensely (unnatural) and there are many educational centers and institutes so that teachers often tend to work in urban areas.

How can I fix the words highlighted teacher? Can I replace this word with '' comfortable'' ?

Third, rural life does not make people feel convenient.

What is the difference between '' shortage'' and lack ?

Besides, the shortage(wrong word - lack ) of Internet connectivity is one of the major problems that make people be unwilling to live in rural areas.

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koohiongTeacher, how can I fix the phrase highlighted ? I don't have any idea about this.

I have no idea what you mean to say. Maybe this:

First, education developed historically in cities, so there are many educational centers and institutes located in urban areas. Teachers find many opportunities for good jobs and promotions there.

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What is the difference between '' shortage'' and lack ?

Besides, the shortage(wrong word - lack ) of Internet connectivity is one of the major problems that make people be unwilling to live in rural areas.


Shortage is used for uncountable things like water, food and petrol.
In times of drought, there is a shortage of potable water.


Lack is used for discrete things like Internet connections. It means that it is generally unavailable or only available in restricted locations.