MartinMATOMartin thank you a lot :)
RonBee thank you again for your help
the last paragraph is the conclusion which we have to follow some techniques such as summarizing , suggestion , opinion , restating
so i was trying to restate the whole essay !! what do you thing ??
last sentence I was trying to say that even with these differences they can be collaborate together in many fields, especially cultural exchange ( knowledge ,.. etc)
in the red words , i add quotations is that ok !!
Bahrain and Japan
Bahrain is totally different from Japan. They are the two most different countries that can be found all over the world. In fact this is not true, because both differences and similarities can be found between Bahrain and Japan. There are three main similarities as well as three main differences among these two countries.
Bahrain and Japan share many similarities which three of them can be spotted easily. Firstly, Both Bahrain and Japan are archipelagos consisting of many islands. Bahrain's local food comes from the sea such as fish and prawn and the most of Japan's food comes from the sea, too. Bahrain and Japan both have their traditional clothes. They wear them for special celebrations. For example: National Day. Bahrain'straditional costume is the" bekhneg" and Japan's traditional costume is the "kimono", which can be worn by both children and adults.
There are three main differences we can find between Bahrain and Japan. Bahrain consists of very small islands, whereas Japan islands are big. A major difference between the two countries has to do with language. In Bahrain the primary language is Arabic, which is spoken in many countries. In Japan the primary language is Japanese, which is spoken only in Japan. Another difference has to do with governance. Bahrain is a kingdom governed by a king through a hereditary system. Japan is a constitutional monarchy. What that means is that the emperor is the symbol of state but he has no real power. The real power resides in the (legislature) and prime minister.
Comparing Bahrain and Japan can result in geographical similarities, similarities in food, but also it results with differences in the language, and the governance. These similarities and differences play major role in defining the relationship between these countries. Differences can be avoided in many ways, so both countries can be culturally merged.