Environmental experts caution that water resources are finite, but/however /in addition they also offer tips

for doing your part to conserve. For example, if you install low-flow showerheads and water-saving toilets, your household can save dozens of gallons of water a day.

Many people resist such measures because they thiink that these inventions do not work as well as the old models. In fact/However/On (or to) the contrary/Actually, because of technological advances, today s water-conserving showers and toilets work surprisingly well. By purchasing newer, environmentally friendly clothes washers and dishwashers, you can also conserve water. Also/In addition, you can save more water by running loads only when they are full. By purchasing newer, environmentally friendly clothes washers and dishwashers, and by running them only when they are full, you can also conserve water. Once you ve purchased these washers, you can save even more water by running loads only when they are full.

Another way to conserve water is to replace your thirsty lawn with drought-resistant native plants, grasses, and shrubs. If you can t bear to give up your lawn, you can water it early in the morning or late in the evening when the weather is cooler and water loss from evaporation is less likely. Finally, turn off the water instead of letting it run when brushing your teeth or washing dishes by hand. If every American takes these simple steps, the country will save a significant amount of water.

How to use in fact 1. As a link between a sentence that emphasizes, or makes a stronger or more emphatic statement, than the sentence before it. I think it s going to rain today. In fact, I think it s going to pour. I think it s going to rain today. In fact, I know it is. She is a nice person. In fact, she is the nicest person I have ever met. 2. To connote that you re about to change direction; that your meaning is going to change course from the previous sentence to the upcoming sentence. People think she is mean. In fact, she s not mean; she s just shy. We were taught, growing up, that fat is bad for you; in fact, it s only saturated fat that s bad for you. Unsaturated fat is healthy.

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