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This plate is made from plastic, and this cup is made from paper.
---N でできている
This grammar (でできている)is used when describing something specific. i.e. the "plate" and "cup."
Cheese and yogurt are made from milk.

N から indicates the materials are not immediately obvious. できる is used for general statements.
About how many meters is the height of Mt. Fuji, I wonder.
The suffix さ is attached to the stem of an i-adjective or a na-adjective to form a noun. The typical effect is the addition of this suffix "-ness," as in "niceness" or "-ty," as in "rarity."
I know well the "goodness" of this book.
よさ is the irregular conjugation of いい to a noun by the addition of the suffix -さ。
You can see that this looks like chocolate, but it is an eraser, so you can't eat it.
N のように
used when X is as Y shows, says, explains.
As you can see if you look at these photos, there are various famous locations in London.
V-plain のように
used when X does something as shown/said/explained/etc. in/by Y.
The voice of a small cat sounds like a crying baby.
V-plain のように
used when X resembles Y
Egypt is famous for pyramids and the sphinx.
-- is famous for N.
This temple is known for its old cherry blossom trees.

--- is known for S(entence/statement).
In this region, there is a lot of snow in the winter, and the summers are very hot.
A-stem + く、-

The stem of an i-adjective (多い)+ く indicate that the sentece is continuing and functions like "and" in english. This grammar is used only in WRITTEN form, the -て form is used in speech.