When the President John F. Kennedy used the word “forebears” referring that they and he had made the same oath, he refers to the ones that were before him giving the same word, his ancestors, the ones that were in the same position that he, the founders of the nation.
Compare and Contrast is a text structure or pattern of organization where the similarities and differences of two or more things are explored. ... The text must do both to be considered compare and contrast. Example: Apples and oranges are both fruits, which means that they have seeds inside of them.
Synonyms are words that have the same (or really similar) meanings. The words brave and courageous mean the same thing, and therefore, they are synonyms. Other examples would include: happiness - joy - mirth, etc. Words that have opposite meanings (such as love and hatred) are known as antonyms.