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Write 3 sentences comparing the city and the countryside.
Example: The countryside is more beautiful than the city
Outdoor activities are more available in the countryside than in the city.
The countryside offers a more peaceful environment than the city does.
Pollution in the city is worse than in the countryside.
In English, there are several ways to compare two things. The use of the comparative is the most common. When the adjective in question has two syllables and ends in any letter except "y", it is combined with "more".
However, irregular adjectives have rules of their own. In our example, "Bad" becomes "worse than".
1. the details that would clarify the authors purpose for writing would be after the "haley collected used soccer jersey and sent them to guatemalan children." part, he would say, "and you can also donate today to save ". so far in the text, you can see no such thing. if, near the end the author persuades you to donate to guatemalans, then you know that the author's reason to write is to persuade you.
2. what details would make the text more engaging is to see the guatemalan children's reaction to getting free jerseys.
3. the details that convey the author's attitude would be an opinion by the author, for example, if he said, "haley was a very nice girl " or, you can find the attitude by finding parts of haley's personality that he highlights. you can strengthen your tones by using more descriptive words, and simplify long sentences as much as you can.
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Example: The countryside is more beautiful than the city,...