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write your own sentence containing the context clues of comparison and contrast.
Context clue sentences are sentences in which the person who is having difficulty reading will be able to figure out a hard word by its context in the sentence. [ [ Examples: We could not hear the speaker very well until he turned on his microphone. When they were hungry, they stopped at a nice restaurant to eat. Because Mary had very little money, the gift she bought was not expensive. ] ]
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