Conjunctions: Comparison – Connecting Words: Comparison

Conjunctions: Comparison – Connecting Words: Comparison

Comparison Conjunctions in English, Meaning and Example Sentences


Conjunctions – Comparison

Similarly

Similarly means “likewise”, “in like manner”. We can use it to make comparison.

Example Sentence;

  • Similarly, our football team is not so good.
  • My friend was late to the meeting and I similarly was delayed.

 

Comparable

Comparable means “similar in amount, size etc…”. We can use it to make comparison.

Example Sentence;

  • The two apple aren’t comparable.
  • it was comparable to being eating.

 

In the same way

In the same way means “likewise”,”the same”.

Example Sentence;

  • Everyone in my family thinks the same way.
  • You can also help someone else the same way.

 

Equally

Equally means “evenly”, “in the same manner”.

Example Sentence;

  • They are equally difficult to deal with.
  • The revenue was divided equally among the workers.


A similar

A similar means “resemblance in quantity, character, size etc…”, “in the same manner”.

Example Sentence;

  • A similar, our basketball team is not so good.

 

Likewise

Likewise means “in the same way”, “in the same manner”.

Example Sentence;

  • I think apples are good. Likewise, i think oranges are good.
  • I worked hard and did it and Mark did likewise.




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