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I need a 800 words paper for my college writing class as basic as possible (using common and basic vocabulary and grammar) because I am international beginner English student I need it in 12 to 24 hours
The theme for the course is The American Dream. Unless you inherited a fortune, your American Dream depends on some sort of job. The task of this paper is to compare and contrast good jobs and bad jobs within the context of trying to achieve an American Dream. Before writing, make sure you read Hands out #4 under Pages that describes compare/contrast analysis. You must write a minimum of 800 words for this paper.
Using this answer
Interesting (not the same thing over and over)
Uncomfortable (rude people, need a lot of physical works ,or bad work environment)
Not interesting (the same thing over and over)
3-The American dream is to achieve a good job in order to get butter life (rich, comfortable and interesting way of life)
Handout #4 – Compare & Contrast
Handout #4 – Comparison & Contrast Paper*
Comparison and Contrast is a form of analysis where a writer considers the similarities and differences between two subjects. When comparing, similarities are the focus. When contrasting, differences become the focus. This form of analysis can do one of three things: One, The writer can just compare the subjects; two, the writer can contrast the subjects, or, three, the writer can compare and contrast the subjects.
For any of these modes of analysis to work, however, there need to be some basic underlying principles. First, there need to be enough similarities or differences between the two subjects in order to make comparison/contrast sensible. You’ve heard the term, “you’re comparing apples and oranges,” but the fact of the matter is that apples and oranges can be compared – they’re both fruits. That can be the common ground between these two things that can provide a basis for comparison or contrast or both. Second, there needs to be a reason for comparing and contrasting the subjects. What’s your purpose? What are you helping your reader (or yourself) understand? Does comparing or contrasting the subjects help your reader make a decision? For instance, sticking with apples and oranges, is one fruit healthier than the other? Or, is one easier to cultivate than the other? Or, does one have more uses than the other? Third, the analysis focuses on parallel points of comparison or contrast. Again, take apples and oranges: What sort of trees do they grow on, how is their taste or texture similar or dissimilar, what can be made from them? Fourth, your analysis arranges your points of comparison/contrast in a logical order.
That last one deals with the structure comparison/contrast papers – how they are typically organized. Basically, there are two formats: Whole-to-Whole organization and Point-by-Pointorganization. Both start off with a thesis statement that explains the reason – main point – for comparing/contrasting the subjects. However, a paper organized based on the Whole-to-Whole method, first discusses all the points of contrast/comparison in one subject before exploring those same points in the next subject. For instance, apples grow on woody trees that grow in temperate climate. The fruits can have a white, grainy flesh that is suitable for making juice, sauce, and pies. Oranges, on the other hand, grow …. You see how it focuses first on one subject and then the other. The Point-by-Point methoddeals with both subjects consecutively but discusses each’s points of comparison/contrast together. So, sticking with our example, you would have a paragraph that first deals with the types of trees apples and oranges grow on, then another on taste, products, and so on.
Both methods require the writer to use transition phrases and words to navigate between subjects and points. In comparison you will use terms such as both, like, the most important similarity, one similarity, another similarity, similarly. In contrast you will use terms such as in contrast, the most important difference, now/then (one or the other, not with the slash), one difference, another difference, unlike, while. They say, I say also lists the following Comparison and Contrast transition words on pg. 777: although, but, by contrast, conversely, despite, eve though, however, nevertheless, nonetheless, on the contrary, on the other hand, regardless, whereas, and while yet.
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