EL104_Inclasscomp2

EL104_Inclasscomp2 - Are there times when one is more...

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EL104 In-Class Comparison-Contrast Essay II Directions: Please choose ONE of the following topics and compose a four-to-five paragraph essay. Please be sure to: PLAN your essay carefully WORD-PROCESS your essay, or WRITE IN BLUE OR BLACK INK SKIP lines or DOUBLE-SPACE EDIT CAREFULLY for essay structure, spelling, and grammar TURN IN your essay plan 1. Compare OR contrast any level of school (elementary, middle, high school or college) in your country and in the U.S. Be sure to use specific examples from your own experience or that of someone you know. Does one system have more advantages than the other? Why or why not? 2. Compare OR contrast customer service in your country and in the U.S. What are the most important similarities OR differences? Please be specific. 3. Compare OR contrast two of your favorite ways of entertaining yourself (such as reading and watching T.V, for example). What are the most important similarities or differences?
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Unformatted text preview: Are there times when one is more suitable than the other? Does one have more benefits than the other? Why or why not? 4. Compare OR contrast food or eating habits in the U.S. and in your country. You may choose to discuss foods typically eaten at different meals, grocery shopping, common food preparation methods, foods eaten on specific holidays that are celebrated both here and in your country, or anything else you like. BE CAREFUL! Do not assume fast food is typical of most Americans’ diet. 5. Compare OR contrast two shopping malls you are familiar with. What are the most important similarities or differences between them? Do you prefer one over the other? Why or why not? Be sure to be specific. 6. Compare OR contrast two jobs you have had. What are the main similarities or differences between them? Do (or did) you prefer one over the other? Why or why not? Please give specific examples....
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Susanbontems during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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