Compare and Contrast Essay Topics Part 2

November 11, 2016

We hope that our topics for compare and contrast essay will be helpful if your professor asks you to select a topic on your own. Remember about the primary writing stages and follow all of them to submit a good piece of writing. Include all major paper parts (introduction, main body, and conclusion) in your comparative essay. Your task is to provide explicit details about each aspect of comparison and include at least an approximate amount of similarities and differences.  Part 1 can be found here.

Compare and Contrast Essay Topics Part 2

  1. Creativity and rich imagination
  2. Education opportunities in the US and abroad
  3. Permissive parenting and authoritarian upbringing
  4. Being a child and being an adult
  5. The USSR and modern Russia
  6. The US of the past vs. present days
  7. Democrats and Republicans
  8. Females 200 years ago and now
  9. Being a teenager vs. being an adult
  10.  Friendship between women and men
  11. Living alone and living with your family
  12. Divorce and separation
  13. Marriage and cohabitation
  14. Camping and hiking
  15. A college student and a university student
  16. The influences of the World War I and World War II
  17. Water vs. juice
  18. Visiting the US and visiting Canada
  19. The worst and the best employer ever
  20. A dream and a nightmare
  21. A feeling of anxiety and anger
  22. Facebook vs. Twitter
  23. Spending all money on vacation or buying a luxurious car
  24. Reading a book or watching a reality show
  25. Being beautiful or being smart
  26. Cooking or buying take-away food
  27. Windows or Mac
  28. Storms and blizzards
  29. Having a dog or having a cat
  30. The beauty of deserts or mountains
  31. Discoveries vs. inventions
  32. Having an apartment vs. having a house
  33. Vegetables vs. fruits
  34. MacDonald’s and Tacos’
  35. The most desired birthday party and the most dreadful birthday party
  36. Soccer and football
  37. Odysseus and Beowulf
  38. Comedy and tragedy
  39. Studying in a public school or private school
  40. Uniqueness of Hercule Poirot and Sherlock Holmes
  41. The best boss ever and the worst boss ever
  42. Rules in baseball and rugby
  43. Judaism and Christianity
  44. Watching a comedy and watching a thriller
  45. Google vs. Yahoo
  46. Democratic leadership and communism
  47. Parents’ influence vs. influence of friends
  48. Typing vs. handwriting
  49. Learning at home and attending school classes
  50.  Friendship and love.

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