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Transition Words

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Adrianna Blount

on 14 November 2012

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Transition Words What are transition words and why do we use them? Transition words are very helpful in switching from subject to subject OR they can also help you relate two different things or ideas together! Transitions also help to show a relationship in a paragraph (or sentence) between the main idea and supporting details! Overall, transition words make what you want to say flow more easily. Examples Addition Again, as well as, besides, furthermore, in addition, likewise, moreover, similarly. Result Accordingly, consquently, thus,
for this reason, subsequently,
otherwise, hence, therefore. Compare and Contrast In contrast, likewise, on one hand, rather, however, on the contrary, instead, neverthless, conversely. Location Here, there, over there, beyond, nearly, opposite, above, in the distance. Exception Aside from, beside,
excluding, other than,
outside of, except. Order To begin with, at the same time, for now, for the time being, later on, meanwhile, while, earlier, simultaneoulsy, afterward, in conclusion. Summarizing After all, all in all, briefly, in any case, in conclusion, in summary, in the long run, to sum up, finally. First Secondly
Lastly Next But So
And Then Common Transition Words
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