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Read the text. Think of the word which best fits each gap. Write the correct word in each gap (9 – 16).
Are Tower Blocks so Bad?
In this country, people love to complain about tower blocks. High-rise apartment blocks are called ugly, and blamed crime and other social problems. A lot of 1960s towers have been knocked although they contained decent homes, and we have a housing crisis! I think it’s a real shame. The buildings may not be to everyone’s taste, cities need a variety of architecture. That’s , two years ago, I decided to buy my first home in a high-rise.
I’ve regretted the decision, not for a moment. To be honest I’m in love the place, especially my view from the 15th floor! The rooms are bigger than in newer homes, and my neighbours are friendly. It’s a stereotype there’s no sense of community in high-rises. A lot of people are artists, me; we need somewhere cheap! And where artists go, others usually follow. When young professionals choose to live in tower blocks too, the public perception will change.