Compare, Comparing or Compared? । Common Mistake in English, Lesson #1

There are many mistakes speakers, native and non-native, make now and then. Some mistakes are very common and in this lesson, one of the common mistakes is discussed in a very clear and concise way. The word ‘compare’ is used to talk about the similarities or differences between two or more things, but the confusion arises when the word comes with three forms, compare, comparing and compared. Which one is correct? This video answers to the question.

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