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Every country has its own way of living and communicating America and Russia are different in many ways but they also have a lot of similarities Although they are very far apart you will be surprised how much they really have in common and will be shocked at what the differences areThe most common thing is having a McDonalds When you Travel to Moscow Capital of Russia you will see one almost on every block just like here in America Also the two countries have them same type of transportations such as cars busses trains and subways They will bring you anywhere you need as long as you pay Furthermore having a mall is a new trend there are many here as well as in Russia Everyone always goes to the mall to hangout to shop and even to eat I know that when I was a teenager here I would be at the mall almost every weekend and thats what they do there As you see living here and there is really not that much of a drastic differenceThe differences the both countries have are very severe The school systems are so unalike that if an 8th grader from America came to Russia they would be put in 3st grade When I was in 1st grade in Russia we learned to write in cursive how to multiply and divide and read very long stories Also a regular school week in America is Monday through Friday and there its Monday through Saturday Looking back at it now I think its insane Another difference is the freshness of fruits and vegetables You do not know what fresh is until you go to Russia and take a bite of a tomato Everyone there hand grows and picks their food and then sells it to the public They do not use miracle grow or other stimulants like some farmers in America do Lastly America is eight hours
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