What is an example of contrast?
Contrast means difference, especially when that difference is very noticeable. Contrast often means “opposite”: for example, black is the opposite of white, and so there’s a contrast between black ink and white paper. But contrast can also happen when the two things are just very different.
What type of conjunction is if?
There are two kinds of conjunctions, a primary class of COORDINATING conjunctions and a secondary class called SUBORDINATING or SUBORDINATE conjunctions….
|in order that||till||while|
How do you compare and contrast two things?
Begin by saying everything you have to say about the first subject you are discussing, then move on and make all the points you want to make about the second subject (and after that, the third, and so on, if you’re comparing/contrasting more than two things).
What is a synonym for compare and contrast?
Synonyms. comparison equivalence likeness comparability similitude alikeness.
What is comparison and contrast examples?
For example, if you wanted to focus on contrasting two subjects you would not pick apples and oranges; rather, you might choose to compare and contrast two types of oranges or two types of apples to highlight subtle differences. For example, Red Delicious apples are sweet, while Granny Smiths are tart and acidic.
What is a contrasting statement?
Contrasting Statement—A tool to address predictable misunderstandings that could put safety at risk. This is done by first, imagining what others may erroneously conclude and then immediately explaining that this is what you don’t mean, followed by your contrasting point—what you do mean.
What is conjunction of contrast?
Clauses of Contrast are dependent clauses used to describe conditions or events that are different than expected. The most common subordinating conjunctions that introduce clauses of contrast are: although, though, and even though.