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English Center CoordinatorChristopher Heuer, Professor EnglishChristopher.Heuer@gallaudet.edu
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Two sentences become a sentence, using transitions words or phrases that link sentences and paragraphs together smoothly so that there are no abrupt jumps or breaks between ideas. Here is a list of some common transition word that can be helpful for writer to use the word to link two sentences.
Click on the links below to take you to sample transition words and sample sentences
NOTE: the words that show transition are bold.
Words that ADD informationalsoandanotherbesidefirst, second, third,...furthermorein additionmoreover
Words that show CONCLUSIONfinallyin conclusionto concludeto sum up
Words that REPEAT informationin factin other wordsonce againto put it another wayto repeat
Words that show COMPARISONas ... asin like manneras iflikeby comparisonlikewisein comparisonsimilarly
Words that show CONTRASTS or DIFFERENCESalthoughbuthoweverin contrastin spite ofneverthelessnonethelessrather thanthoughunlikeyet
Words that show a TIME relationshipafter so much timeafter thatat firstbeforebeginning, endingeventuallyearliereven whenever sincefollowingfrom then onfrom, toin timelastlatermeanwhilenear, farnextnowoversoonstillthe next day, nightthenwhile
Words that LIMIT or PREPARE for an examplefor examplefor instanceto illustratesuch as
Words that show CAUSE (explain why)becausebecause ofcaused by
Words that show EFFECT/RESULTSas a resultconsequentlyfor this/that reasonthat is whythereforethus
Words that ASSERT OBVIOUS TRUTH or GRANT OPPOSITIONcertainlyconceding thatgranted thatin factnaturallyno doubtof courseundoubtedlywithout a doubt
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