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Transitional Words and Phrases/ Addition Furthermore / moreover too also in the second place again Time while

immediately never after later, earlier always when soon Place here there nearby in addition even more next further last, lastly finally whenever meanwhile sometimes in the meantime during afterwards now, until now next beyond wherever opposite to besides and, or, nor first second, secondly, etc.

following once then at length simultaneously so far this time subsequently adjacent to neighboring on above, below for example

Exemplification or Illustration to illustrate for instance to demonstrate as an illustration specifically e.g., (for example) Comparison in the same way by the same token Contrast yet and yet nevertheless nonetheless after all Clarification that is to say in other words similarly in like manner but however though otherwise on the contrary to explain i.e., (that is)

likewise in similar fashion in contrast notwithstanding on the other hand at the same time

to clarify to rephrase it

to put it another Cause because since Effect therefore consequently Purpose in order that so that Qualification almost nearly probably Intensification indeed to repeat by all means of course Concession to be sure Summary to summarize in sum Conclusion in conclusion

way on account of for that reason

accordingly thus to that end, to this end never always frequently doubtedly certainly without doubt yes, no granted in brief to sum up to conclude

hence as a result for this purpose

perhaps maybe although undoubtedly in fact surely in fact of course, it is true in short in summary finally

Demonstratives acting as transitions this these those that Pronouns serving as links to clearly refer to a specific word or phrase his it her its their they theirs your our