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The key to writing an effective compare-and-contrast paragraph is finding two sources that are different in some way but still have enough similarities to make a good comparison.

A multitude of sources for compare-and-contrast paragraphs exists on the web!

book, reading, education @ Pixabay

In this article, you’ll find three examples: Blogs – blog posts often contain more than just one opinion about a subject. Look at blogs with many authors or bloggers where each author may offer their own take on a topic.

The same goes for social media sites like Facebook which allow people to post any opinions they want as long as it doesn’t violate community standards. Social Media Sites – by looking through various status updates from the last day or week, it’s easy to catch.


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