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John is a terrible soccer playerIf you try to compare the two students, you will find that they each have their own strengths and weaknesses.

John is a terrible soccer player. Compared to him, I look like Pel-.

You shouldn't make comparisons between your sisters; they each have their own qualities.

If you look at gas prices in Europe, the amount we pay in North America seems comparatively cheap.

Australia is a huge country, but it has a comparatively small population.

A comparison of the two teams shows that the Americans have much more experience, while the Italians have more youth.

In comparison to my brother, I am quite tall.

The students were asked to write an essay comparing their parents' different characters.

A recent report shows that health conditions in this country compare favorably with those in other economically developed nations.

In his famous sonnet, Shakespeare wrote, Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate.

There is a Spanish proverb which states that if you compare your griefs with other men's, they will seem less.

China has only one movie screen for every 122,000 people, compared with one per 8,600 in the United States.

Surprisingly, about 40% of the people of Argentina are originally from Italy, compared to 30% who come from Spain.

Unemployment benefits in Denmark are quite generous in comparison with other countries.

Discussion question: Compare your character with that of your brother or sister or best friend.

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