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Mini Lesson #27: Transitional Words & Phrases
Transitional words and expressions help connect ideas within and between paragraphs. They do this by showing relationships, such as addition or contrast or result (Quick Access 37).
Teacher: Your paper doesn’t show a smooth flow of thoughts. You need to add transitions between ideas and paragraphs. Student: I have no idea what a transition is. What are some words that I can use to make my paper flow?

To Show: Addition Comparison/similarity Concession Contrast/Exception Emphasis Example Generality Result/Cause and Effect Summary/Conclusion Time sequence

Use these Expressions: In addition, also, too, besides, equally important, furthermore, moreover, additionally, further In the same way, likewise, similarly Granted, naturally, of course In contrast, however, instead, on the contrary, on the other hand, otherwise, nevertheless, still, yet Of course, certainly, indeed, in fact, even so, truly For example, for instance, as an illustration, a case in point, namely, specifically, to illustrate, in fact In general, for the most part, as a general rule, on the whole, usually, typically As a result, consequently, hence, then, therefore, thus, accordingly, so, for this reason Finally, in conclusion, in short, in summary, in brief, in the end, on the whole, thus, in other words, therefore Today, tomorrow, yesterday, once, now, then, eventually, meanwhile, subsequently, finally, first, second, third, afterwards, at last

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