What are the three main components of a compare and contrast essay?
The three main components of a compare and contrast essay are the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. The introduction states what will be discussed throughout the essay. The body tells the reader pertinent and direct information to show the differences and similarities of the subject matter. The conclusion does not introduce any new information and reinforces what was previously stated throughout the aforementioned parts of the essay.
What is your favorite book of Literature and why?
My favorite book of Literature is The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho. The Alchemist speaks to my passion for travel while exploring the nuance of living out your truest passion, in life. It also creates a romanced lesson of following your heart, while encountering the typical bumps and bruises that life is known to thrust our way. The story introduces us to characters willing and daring enough to follow an intrepid path, while there are others who maintain the mundaneness of everyday life while wishing they had the heart. Paulo Coelho writes in a way that draws you into the text and puts you in the story, as the main character.
What is the hardest part of learning English as a Second Language?
The hardest part about learning English as a Second Language is that the English language has a combination of words that sound exactly the same, but mean something different. These words are called homophones and an example of this would be the words "hear" and "here". One means to listen and the other is a representation of place or position. It can be quite confusing, if you are not familiar with the context of how they're used and their individual meanings.