Germany Or Usa

United States
December 18, 2008 12:19am CST
what place would u preffer to live in.
3 people like this
9 responses
@missybear (11396)
• United States
19 Dec 08
I'm living in the USA but i was born and lived in Germany till i was 20. I love Germany it's really nice but i've been here 24 years now and i don't think i could go back living in germany.
@19ewf84 (463)
• Austria
19 Dec 08
I'm curious.. how come that you went to the states when you were 20?
@missybear (11396)
• United States
20 Dec 08
Well, you know same old story. Got married to a guy in the service and later on divorced and just kinda got stuck here after that.
• China
18 Dec 08
i want to live in usa ,but it is just a dream now .it;s relly difficult for us to get the visa
@19ewf84 (463)
• Austria
19 Dec 08
Why do you want to live in the states? Have you been there?
@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
24 Dec 08
I have already lived in Germany and I like the country, I speak the language and it is close to my family in Denmark, so in many ways it would be more convenient for me to live in Germany. But the U.S. would be a totally new experience for me, so that would be more interesting and challenging to me, and if I had the chance to choose between those two countries I would probably pick the U.S.
@dawnald (84124)
• Shingle Springs, California
19 Dec 08
I lived in Germany for a year and it was nice but too darn cold in the winter. I like California. Although, hm, I could see retiring in Hawaii. :-)
@maximax8 (27049)
18 Dec 08
I have visited both Germany and the USA, both are lovely places. In reality I would have more chance of moving to Germany because people from my home country can live there legally. But many do though, possibly it is our language skills let us down as a nation. English is my mother tongue language and that is spoken in the USA. I am learning Spanish and so people in the USA speak that I know. If I could move to the USA I would live in tropical Florida or in Southern California so I could enjoy to warm weather. I imagine near to Seattle would be a wonderful place to live but the weather would be too cool for me.
@shar_25 (1340)
• India
18 Dec 08
I would prefer USA as I know quite a lot about the country. Moreover, I speak English so there won't be any language problem. I don't know much about Germany, plus I don't speak German. But I am sutre Germany is a very nice country and a great place to stay in.
@don_naces (464)
• Philippines
18 Dec 08
I prefer USA because because I am more familiar with the country's backgrounds. Aside from that, they are using the English language which I can speak and understand. I also like to live in Germany. According to my friends that country is beautiful also. I am only afraid of the communication gap. If given the chance to live in any of these countries, then I would surely grab the opportunity. I don't have friends in Germany but in USA I have my aunt. I am hoping that I can go abroad even if not in Germany or USA.
@nanayangel (7691)
• Philippines
18 Dec 08
Hi there Daniel! Well, I am happy where I am living right now which is in the Philippines. But if I really have to choose, I will choose to live in the US because most of my relatives from my mother's side lives there and it would be better to live there with them nearby than in another country where I don't know anyone at all. But I think that germany is beautiful. I'm just not brave enough to live somewhere where I don't know anyone and I don't even know how to speak and understand their language.
• United States
18 Dec 08
Neither. I want to live in Canada.