However, when you make comparison, you should always use the preposition to. Make comparison with is never correct. Thus, the writer should change the sample sentence in the image to the following:
Again, I’m not entirely certain. Language is constantly evolving. And especially with a borrowed language like English, sometimes a word usage can evolve in one direction or at a one rate while the same or similar word in a different usage can evolve in a different direction or at a different rate.
I am certain, however, that respecting important distinctions, however they came to be, makes for clearer writing. And clearer writing always makes for better writing.