" Difference"
             between the two couples!

(1) Their first impressions toward each other are

     different.  Mr. Binley and Jane have this mutual affection towards each other in the first place.

         "Oh! She is the most beautiful creature I ever beheld!¡¨ He cannot resist her beauty and good manner. Jane, on the other hand, was pleased by his dancing with her two times and his agreeable and socialable personality. ¡§ He is just what a young man ought to be, sensible, good-humoured, lively; and I never saw such happy manners!-so much ease, with such perfect good breeding!¡¨ Eliza and Darcy, in this case, differs quite a lot. Remember in the Netherfield dance when Binley tries to persuade Darcy to dance with Eliza, he gave his opinion on her looking as merely tolerable. ¡§ She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to temp me; and I am in no humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men.¡¨ So he takes little notice on Eliza in the first place. It is when later when he gets to know more about her personality does he start his affection gradually and sensibly. On the other hand, when Eliza overheard Darcy¡¦s opinion on her, ¡§ She told the story however with great spirit among her friend; for she had a lively, playful disposition, which delighted in anything ridiculous.¡¨ She considers Darcy as proud and dissagreeable like others do and is safe from falling in love with him.

(2) Each of the two couples has different personalities.

      The couple of Bingley & Jane have certain personalities that are different from the ones the couple of Darcey & Elizabeth have. Bingley is considered as a kind and friendly person, and he is very easy to be going with. For example, at the first ball which is held in the Netherfield, Bingley is accepted by all the people who get to know him. He dances with many girls at the ball. So does Jane. She is considered as the most beautiful girl both of the Bennet sisters and in the ball of the Netherfield, and she is very merciful and kind to others, just like Mr. Bingley. She even thinks that all the people are good persons. For example, when Elizabeth knows the truth that what the evil things that Wickham does, Jane still wants to find the reason for Wickham that he must be misunderstood! On the contrary, as Darcey appears in the ball, he is considered as a proud man who is not easy to being with. He seldom dances with others, staying calms and cool there. As for Elizabeth, she is considered as a girl with intelligence and sometimes a little bit rude. However, it might just be the right reason for them to attract them each other.

(3) The differences of the acceptation which the                  proposals are made between the two couples.

     Because of the obstacle from Mr. Darcey, Bingley has left Netherfield for London for a long time without keeping in touch with Jane. In addition, Miss Bingley looks forward to making her brother to marry Miss Darcey owing to the property they own. Eventually, as Bingley comes back to Netherfield, Mrs. Bennet tries her best to make Bingley have the opportunity to propose to Jane, and it is done naturally. When everyone knows the marriage, it is accepted fully. They bless them from their heart, and no one surprises. As for the couple of Darcey and Elizabeth, there are two proposals among them. At the first, Darcey rushes into Bennets house, telling Eliza how deep and much he loves her and proposing to her. However, Eliza has believed something, which Wickham has told him, she hates Darcey a lot and refuses his proposal immediately. Then after the misunderstanding is solved, Elizabeth gets to know that Darcey is really a good person who helps them a lot for the elopement of her sister Lydia and Wickham, and his good manner attracts her. Therefore she changes her opinion and gets to fall in love with him. But as the proposal was made, it can¡¦t be accepted by the whole people firstly, even her closest sister Jane. But finally, it becomes a comedy and there are three marriages in a short time held by the Bennet family.