It makes you consider the difference between riding down that road in a car, versus driving down that road on a bicycle.

What do we call these type of clauses, where they have a comparative meaning/contrast?

Is the comma here accurate or optional; what is the main clause?

  • I drive a car and ride a bicycle. It seems very odd to use the verbs the other way round. – JeremyC Jul 19 '18 at 21:39

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