There are many ways to copy and paste on a Mac, but the most common way is to use the keyboard shortcuts.
To copy text, select it using your mouse or trackpad and then press Command-C. To paste text, press Command-V. You can also use these shortcuts to copy and paste images.
If you want to copy an entire paragraph, select it and then press Command-Option-C. If you want to paste it somewhere else, press Command-Option-V. This will paste the text as a plaintext block instead of inserting it at the cursor position.
There are a few ways to copy and paste on a Mac. One way is to use the keyboard shortcuts. Another way is to use the mouse.
To copy and paste using the keyboard shortcuts, hold down the Command key and press C for Copy or X for Cut, then hold down the Command key and press V for Paste. Another way to do it is by using Option-Command-C for Copy or Option-Command-X for Cut, then Option-Command-V for Paste.
To copy and paste using the mouse, click on what you want to copy or cut, then drag it over to where you want it pasted and release your mouse button.