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Marco Ponce Version 1 Year ?06-?07 CH 6 Comparison: Showing Relationships * Everyone makes comparisons. When we compare, we examine two or more items for likenesses, differences, or both. Comparison often helps us choose between alternative. Comparison also acquaints us with unfamiliar things. 6.1 Selecting items for comparison Any item you compare must share some common ground. There?s simply no basis for comparison. Any valid comparison, on the other hand, presents many possibilities. 6.2 Developing a comparison Successful comparisons rest upon ample, well-chosen details that show just how the items under consideration are alike and different. Such support helps the reader grasp your meaning. 6.3 Organizing a comparison
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