Compare the two roads with each other. Include at least three pieces of information from the poem.

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The roads look somewhat different from one another: when the traveler tries to look down the first one, he sees that it "ben[ds] in the undergrowth" (or curves away into the brush up ahead); the second is "grassy" and, for this reason, might have "the better claim" on his attentions (line 5, 8, 7). Ultimately, however, though the paths look somewhat different in appearance, "the passing there / Had worn them really about the same" (9-10).

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