By Roma Zizza :)
A current is a flow of electrical charge. The unit used for currents is ampere.
Resistance is the act of opposing another force
A circuit is the loop that electricity flows through
Compare & Contrast
All of these terms relate to electricity in some way. Electricity flows through levels of currents, most of the times through circuits. The resistance is the force that can make electricity difficult to pass through the electric current.
Electricity in Everyday Life
Everyday, we are using electricity even when we're not thinking about it. When you turn on a light switch, the electricity moves through the circuit to the switch in order for the light to work.