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8 Steps to Writing a Compare and Contrast Essay

What exactly is a compare and contrast essay?

Simply put, it is an essay evaluating the similarities and differences between two subjects. These subjects will be in the same category, but different. You might compare and contrast two different kinds of pets, or two novels from the same historical time period.

Maybe you’re thinking that writing an essay about just one subject is hard enough! Where do you even begin with a coherent essay about two topics?

No worries. Here is a step-by-step guide to writing a great compare and contrast essay.

How to Manipulate People [Infographic]

Manipulation seems to sound like something evil. But let’s be realists, we are being manipulated every day by parents, friends, and media. Even you manipulate other people unconsciously.

The manipulation is not a bad thing until it’s used for a vicious purpose. So if you’d like to manipulate someone, make sure that the reason is worth it.

Make use of this infographics: find out more about manipulative methods and be ready to defend them.

How to Write a First Person Essay

First-person essays are aimed at sharing an experience, letting your reader see and feel it. They show how that experience changed your mind, affected you, educated you. Your essay is your personal journey of discovery. And your main task while writing your essay is to engage a reader to take that journey with you.

​Guide to Writing Critical Thinking Essays

Critical thinking essays help students to develop analytical skills while coming up with a strong argument. Unlike narrative or descriptive essays, this piece of writing requires to add your own ideas on a particular work – a book, film, scholarly text, poem, article or painting, instead of simply relying on the solutions of others.

Guide to Writing a Dialogue in an Essay

Composing a dialogue is one of the most intricate parts of essay writing. Many students instantly realize that crafting a good dialogue within the context of a story takes a lot of time and requires more work that simply describing the events. And that's not surprising as a dialogue should not simply present the direct quotations from different characters but bring the story to life.

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