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by Writing Center on 20 June 2014

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Transitions
To Mark Time
Then
First
Next
The following day
Meanwhile
Later
Soon
Second
Recently
In a little while
After
In the past
To Add or Amplify or List
And
Too
As well
In addition
In effect
In the second place
Next
Also
Besides
Moreover
Furthermore
Second Again
To Mark Place or Direction
In the distance
Near
Above
To the right
Opposite
Next Door
Close by
Far away
Below
On the other side
To the west
To Compare
Similarly
In like manner
Likewise
To Concede
Whereas
With that in mind
And yet
In spite of
At least
On the other hand
Still
Even so
Despite
To Contrast
On the other hand
Or
Unlike
On the contrary
In contrast
But
However
Nevertheless
Conversely
Instead
To Summarize or Restate
In other words
In brief
On the whole
In short
To conclude
Therefore
To put it another way
In simpler terms
In fact
To sum up
In conclusion
Finally
To Indicate Purpose
To this end
With this objective
For this purpose
To Relate Cause & Effect or Result
Therefore
Hence
For
Consequently
Because of
Accordingly
Thus
So
As a result
To Express Condition
Although
Though
To Give Examples or Specify
For example
In this case
To illustrate
For instance
In particular
To Qualify
For the most part
With few exceptions
In most cases
Some
By and large
Mainly
Generally
Sometimes
To Emphasize
Is it true
Indeed
To be sure
Without doubt
Clearly
Truly
Of course
Obviously
Evidently
Understandably
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