For this reason, whenever I return to Xela, it is like an escape.
When I arrive, the first thing I notice is the color.
In New York, many people wear black to be stylish, but in Xela stylish clothing is the rainbow-colored clothing of the indigenous people.
And because Xela is smaller, the beautiful green mountains outside the city are always visible. They say New York never sleeps, and it must be true, because I always see people walking and cars on the streets, even late at night.
This is a worksheet that introduces students to one method of preparing a topic for a comparison/contrast essay.
Click on the image below or the link to download the PDF file.One of them is New York City, and the other is Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.When you compare them, they seem like dramatically different places, but they have some things in common, and I love them both. everyone knows New York is "the Big Apple." Quetzaltenango is known as "Xela" (pronounced shey-la), which is a lot easier to say!Compare and Contrast “Young Goodman Brown” and “The Lottery” By: Melissa A. Reeves Professor Andrew Smith ENGL 102-B46 LUO Thesis Statement The stories “The Lottery” and “Young Goodman Brown” both appear to show that human behavior and judgment can be flawed, even if the person’s intentions appear good to them. At lunch they order food from work and eat their desks.In Xela people eat their breakfast at home and most come home from work a much more relaxed and longer lunch. For me, both are home, are unique, and are filled with interesting people. New York is more hurried and rushed when I need energy, and Xela gives me a shower pace when I need to relax. Any flaws in outline or its absence altogether will most likely damage essay structure.Given that professors of American colleges expect papers to have logical structure, good outline is a reasonable investment for the sake of your future high grade.Furthermore, when you walk around Xela, you find many tourists and people from other countries, just like in New York.For me, this means conversations in Xela are just as interesting as conversations in New York.