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Similarities Paragraph Outline Arranged by Person, Place or Product (Point-by-Point)

Outline: Similarities Paragraph Arranged by Person, Place or Product




With the similarities paragraph, it is necessary to begin with differences. For instance, if I'm writing about how Brazil and the United States are similar, I would start with something along the lines of:

While people in Brazil and the United States eat different foods, speak different languages and enjoy distinct cultures, there are several fundamental similarities between the two nations"


You would then list the similarities:

* Both are huge with multiple time zones and climates
* Both have a history of slavery and a multi-ethnic populations
* Both regard personal independence as essential


List the similarities from the least important to the most important.

Also, remember to reduce your reasons to just one key word if possible.



Outline: Comparison (Similarities) Paragraph Arranged by Person, Place or Topic

What is the first person, place or topic you will be comparing?

What is the second person, place of topic you will be comparing?


Title and Topic Sentence
Title


Topic Sentence

The topic sentence of a comparison (similarity) paragraph essentially tells the readers
the three similarities you will discuss in the paragraph, going from least important to most important.





First Person, Place or Product
The First or Least Important Similarity


Second Similarity


The Most Important Similarity





Second Person, Place or Product
The First or Least Important Similarity


Second Similarity


The Most Important Similarity




Conclusion

Paragraph Conclusion

Review the similarities and end with a strong concluding sentence.




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