Transitions link your ideas more effectively and create more nuanced meaning. They improve the connections and transitions between sentences and paragraphs. For over 20 years, I've taught these tips to students and seen their writing dramatically improve.
If you use the same word to start a sentence twice in a paragraph, then you need to choose another transition word and re-word the sentence. This will help you see how they can tie our thoughts together more cohesively. Now, please get this truck fixed because I need it to get to school on time!
Using transition words helps you resist the habit of using a simple subject-verb sentence structure. Addition And, in addition to, furthermore, moreover, besides, than, too, also, both-and, another, equally important, first, second, etc.
Wait until tonight, then you will be able to see the full moon over Gallaudet's Chapel Hall.
Carla couldn't sleep the night before her big presentation. Put the subject of the sentence after the comma. Ask yourself: What does the sentence before this one say? Example 2: However, transition words can also be placed at the beginning of a new paragraph or sentence - not only to indicate a step forward in the reasoning, but also to relate the new material to the preceding thoughts. Although the inheritance in Book B consists of an old house and not a pile of money, the nature of the problem is quite similar. Space At the left, at the right, in the center, on the side, along the edge, on top, below, beneath, under, around, above, over, straight ahead, at the top, at the bottom, surrounding, opposite, at the rear, at the front, in front of, beside, behind, next to, nearby, in the distance, beyond, in the forefront, in the foreground, within sight, out of sight, across, under, nearer, adjacent, in the background. Does the sentence contrast or contradict? The idea of attending the play at Gallaudet is nice. He has not been acting much since he was a teenager. This will help you see how they can tie our thoughts together more cohesively. Jeffrey, we'll be ready to leave for the trip in 20 minutes. You can also use these questions for help: Does this sentence add information?
Therefore, she needed an extra large cup of coffee before work. Karen's cat, Salem is so unlike Midnight. Use a variety of transition words, not the same one.
Review the sentences below to see how the transition words make the writing flow better. Ask yourself: What does the sentence before this one say?
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