explain and compare it with something else in terms of its appearance, smell, sound, taste, or tactical sensation.

Prompt: Comparisons and contrasts with related concepts with which readers will likely be familiar is one of the very best ways to bring it into the realm of what your audience already knows. In making these kinds of contrasts and comparisons, including specific, concrete details of sense impressions is an effective way to engage your readers interests and help them to identify with and to accept your explanation. While employing similes and metaphors can be useful in this regard, including sensory descriptions, such as those of what sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and tactile impressions are involved can lend to comparisons and contrasts an important element of immediate relevance. Select one aspect of the concept you have chosen to explain and compare it with something else in terms of its appearance, smell, sound, taste, or tactical sensation.

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