How to connect my imac to my tv ?

How do I connect my Imac to my TV ? Is there an easy way, Any body can help? I'm new to the Mac world.
Thank you in advance

What do you want to achieve? If the goal is to use the TV as an external monitor then get a mini display port to HDMI, DVI or VGA depending on the connections the TV has. You can find each adapter at the Apple Store either online or at a store close to you.
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