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Long (Extended) Similarities Paragraph Arranged by Person, Place or Product


Extended (Long) Similarities Paragraph


Title


Topic sentence

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



First Person, Place or Product

First (Least Important) Similarity

Here you write the first feature of the first person place or product

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Details

Here you write about the details of the first similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Second Most Impotant Similarity

Here you write the second feature of the first person place or product

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Details

Here you write about the details of the second similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Most Important Similarity

Here you write the most important feature of the first person, place or product

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Details

Details of the most important similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Second Person, Place or Product

First (Least Important) Similarity

Here you write the second feature of the second person place or product

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Details

Here you write about the details of the first similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Second Most Impotant Similarity

Here you write the second feature of the second person place or product

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Details

Here you write about the details of the second similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Most Important Similarity

Here you write the most important feature of the second person, place or product

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Details

Details of the most important similarity


Example

Here you provide a specific example

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Conclusion

Conclusion


Review the similarities and end with a strong concluding sentence.

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