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Compare To and Compare With :


These are sometimes interchangeable, but when you are stressing similarities between the items compared, the most common word is “to”: “She compared his home-made wine to toxic waste.”


If you are examining both similarities and differences, use “with”:


“The teacher compared Steve’s exam with Robert’s to see whether they had cheated.”





























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