Date of publication: 2017-09-01 21:56
Unlike, conversely, on the other hand, however, nevertheless, still, although, while, but, even though, although, despite, yet, regardless, on the one hand … one the other hand
You can use this chart as a visual aid to help you clarify the points you want to include in the essay. It will also give you a sound structure that will help with paragraph organization.
Alternating pattern is also known as "point-by-point comparison". This mode of comparison will result in your essay having 5 paragraphs. Alternating pattern is also known as "point-by-point comparison". This mode of comparison will result in your essay having 5 paragraphs.
The goal is to make a simple list of comparable characteristics for both of your subjects. As an example, here is a short list comparing e-books with traditional textbooks.
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Begin by saying everything you have to say about the first subject you are discussing, then move on and make all the points you want to make about the second subject (and after that, the third, and so on, if you 8767 re comparing/contrasting more than two things). If the paper is short, you might be able to fit all of your points about each item into a single paragraph, but it 8767 s more likely that you 8767 d have several paragraphs per item. Using our pizza place comparison/contrast as an example, after the introduction, you might have a paragraph about the ingredients available at Pepper 8767 s, a paragraph about its location, and a paragraph about its ambience. Then you 8767 d have three similar paragraphs about Amante, followed by your conclusion.
For it to be an effective essay, you should be able to come up with a logical comparison between those two subjects. For instance, comparing two models of cars is more realistic than comparing a car to love.
8775 Amazing depiction of women fighting for simple freedoms: Five years of research, and an almost novelistic approach to her findings, has produced a book full of fresh stories.” The Observer “This fascinating study sheds new light on what it 8767 s like to be female in the country declared the worst in the world to be a woman... This powerful account of powerlessness resonates with the most silenced voices in society.”
A shorter (and more common, though in some ways incorrect) answer to the question of 'Why cite?' is 'to avoid plagiarism'. This is discussed more below.