Can anyone help me with a good intro to compare and contrast winter and summer driving? I have been working on this for a week now.
the trouble im haveing is just the first sentence. I tried to start out by saying driving is an exciting time for everyone. then i cant get the second sentence i guess i really just need help getting stated cause i can write the body to it . I really would be grateful for any help
2 Answers | Add Yours
I think you have some choices to make in terms of how to proceed. What I see right now lies in the introduction. I think it might be good to talk about how the experience of driving is excitement for many, but is shown in different ways. Everyone experiences this excitement in different ways and in different settings. Perhaps, this is where you could include a sentence that discusses how the experiences of winter driving and summer driving feature similar and divergent experiences. I think that the essence would be to discuss how the shared experience of excitement can be understood in different ways and different formats. This would lead you to being able to articulate the differences in experiences between driving in winter and in summer seasons.
Whoever said "Life is a journey, not a destination," must have been referring to winter driving. In the summer, it's all about driving to get somewhere. But in the winter, just surviving the challenges of slippery roads, dirty windshields and other drivers going too fast or too slow makes the whole process of driving an adventure.
We’ve answered 319,188 questions. We can answer yours, too.Ask a question