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Contrasting two things

When you want to point out the differences between two things, you usually need to have a sentence structure something like:

"...blah blah, but blah blah..."

When you contrast two things using ‘but’, you usually need to put a comma before the ‘but’, like in this example sentence:

Giganotosaurus may have been larger than T-Rex, but T-Rex is still most people’s favourite dinosaur.