Similarities and Differences


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Being able to make comparisons is important. Below you will learn some common phrases to help you talk about similarities and differences.

Sentence Starters to Talk about Similarities

_________ is like _______.

________ is similar to _________.

They both __________.

They don’t __________.

They can’t ___________.

Example Sentences:

  • This is like that.
  • They both can swim great.
  • They can’t read yet.
  • Emily is similar to James. They both love to dance.

Sentence Starters to Talk about Differences

  1. ________ is bigger than ________.
  2. ________ is smaller than ________.
  3. ________ is better than _________.
  4. ________ is more expensive than __________.
  5. ________ is nicer than _________.
  6. ________ is more helpful than _______.

Example Sentences:

  • The elephant is bigger than the mouse.
  • The BMW is more expensive than the Honda.
  • This shirt is nicer than that one

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