22 Use “the same” at the end of the sentence in the negative when comparing two nouns or noun phrases. Notice the second clause = plural verb form.Example: A loon looks like a duck, but they are not the same.
23 Use “the same as” in the negative when comparing two nouns or noun phrases in mid-sentence. 5c 25cExample: A quarter is notthe same as a nickel. (s)Quarters are not the same as nickels. (pl)
24 Write two correct negative comparisons for each of the following Write two correct negative comparisons for each of the following. Write one comparison mid-sentence and one at the end.Freud’s dream theory: Jung’s dream theoryREM sleep: non-REM sleepA nightmare: a lucid dreamA fact: a theoryImpressionist art: Abstract Expressionist artDiadems: torquesGreek sculpture: Roman sculptureA handout from a social service agency: a do-it-yourself approachA pure market economy: a mixed systemA blue-collar job: a white-collar job
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