I. “Many people want to move […] to the city because they think that life in the city is more exciting and better than in rural areas, especially younger people who like new, modern things.”
II. “However, it is now possible to enjoy a higher quality of life in the countryside […].”
a) Does the author mean that life in the city is the same as life in rural areas?
b) Is the quality of life in the countryside the same as before?
c) Which structures are used to state that they are different?
We use comparatives (superiority and inferiority) when we want to say how a person or thing is different from another.