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# Basic Concepts on Comparison

## Basic Concepts on Comparison - Class KG

Comparison is a fundamental process that humans use to make sense of the world around them. In this chapter, we will deal with the basic concepts of comparison and explore how they influence our daily lives.

• More and Less
• In Front and Behind
• Front and Back
• Empty and Full
• Heavy and Light
• Small and Big
• In and Out
• Left and Right
• Top and Bottom
• Tall and Short
• Same and Different
• Thick and Thin
• Solved Questions on Basic Concepts of Comparison
• ## More and Less

More indicates a greater quantity of objects while less indicates a smaller number of objects.

## In Front and Behind

In front refers to a position that is located ahead while behind refers to a position that is situated at the back.

## Front and Back

The front is the side or direction facing forward while the back is the side or direction facing behind.

## Empty and Full

An empty container is one that has nothing inside. A full container is when it is holding as much as it can and can not fit more inside it.

## Heavy and Light

When we look at how heavy two things are the one that weighs more is called heavy and the one that weighs less is called light.

## Small and Big

Small means something is little in size or not very large. Big means something is large or quite large in size.

## In and Out

In means something is inside the object and out means something is outside the object.

## Left and Right

Left refers to the side on your left when you face forward and right refers to the side on your right when you face forward.

## Top and Bottom

The top is the position of the upper part of something and the bottom is the position of the lower part of something.

## Tall and Short

Tall indicates a larger vertical height from one end to the other whereas short indicates a smaller vertical height from end to end.

## Same and Different

Same refers to things that are identical while different refers to things that are not identical.

## Thick and Thin

Thick means something is very flat and has more material in it while thin means something is flat and has less material in it.