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In what situations are compare-and-contrast essays effective? When would that style be ineffective? What is the difference? explain?
The compare and contrast essay is used to set up the process essay. There are two types of process essays: the instructional essay and the informative essay. [ [ The instructional essay is used to tell how to do something, while the informative essay is used to show how something happens or how to become something. A compare and contrast essay can be describe either as a whole or in parts. As a
whole, the compare and contrast essay describes two or more things throughout the whole composition. On the other hand, in parts, the compare and contrast essay describes one topic in one paragraph, and then a separate topic in a different paragraph. ]
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User: In what situations are compare-and-contrast essays effective? When would that style be ineffective? What is the difference? explain?

Weegy: The compare and contrast essay is used to set up the process essay. There are two types of process essays: the instructional essay and the informative essay. [ [ The instructional essay is used to tell how to do something, while the informative essay is used to show how something happens or how to become something. A compare and contrast essay can be describe either as a whole or in parts. As a whole, the compare and contrast essay describes two or more things throughout the whole composition. On the other hand, in parts, the compare and contrast essay describes one topic in one paragraph, and then a separate topic in a different paragraph. ]
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User: There are two basic organizational methods for a compare-and-contrast essay. Do you think one is a stronger method, or are they situational? Why?





Weegy: Comparison and contrast:Involves lining up related ideas for a detailed account of similarities and differences. In this kind of essay it is important to decide whether you will be concentrating on similarities or differences. [ In general, the more similar things are, the more you concentrate on the differences, and vice versa. If you are comparing two works by the same author, or two love poems, for example, what will most interest you will be the differences between them. ]
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Weegy: One common excuse for not exercising is a lack of time. Finding the time for an exercise class or for going to the gym can be difficult because of work and family responsibilities. [ [ If you look at your schedule, though, you may find that you aren?t making the most of your time. There are studies that show the average person in the U.S. watches about five hours of TV every day. Cutting that number in half would give you more time for fitness related activities. Time also gets wasted on computer games, trivial phone calls, and text messaging. You will have more time for exercise if you can cut back on unproductive activities. Incorporating fitness activities into your daily schedule is a good way to achieve your time goals. For your second question, the answer is below: Try using your car less to get to work and instead run or ride a bike as a means for incorporating more exercise into your life. Power walking on your lunch hour for example is a great way to fit exercise into your busy schedule. If you own a dog you?ll both benefit from more exercise as you take him/her for a fast walk or jog. If you tend to take the elevator up to your office try to take the stairs instead. This way you get the most benefit from your daily routine and a little exercise too. ] (More)
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