comparison and contrast basics
1. It uses subjects that have enough in common to be compared/contrasted in a useful way. 2. It serves a purpose â€“ to help readers make a decision, to help them understand the subjects, or to show your understanding of the subjects. 3. It presents several important, parallel points of comparison/contrast. 4. It arranges points in a logical order.
-Prime Minister Winston Churchill speech
-President Thomas Whitmoreâ€™s speech
please use easy grammar, and make it sample