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LINKING WORDS AND PHRASES
-Linking words/phrases make your writing more interesting to the reader, and easier to understand.
-Some linking words (e.g. and, because, but, so, since, etc) can join short sentences into one longer sentence.
e.g. He is clever .He is hard-working.
He is clever and hard-working.
Ann is happy. She passed her exams.
Ann is happy because she passed her exams
-Some linking words/phrases (e.g. In addition, What is more, However, On the other hand, etc) show how ideals are related either between two sentences or two paragraph.
e.g. I have written to you three times already.
I still have not received a reply from you.
I have written to you three times already. However, I still have not received
a reply from you.
Linking words/phrases can be used to:
-show time: when, whenever, before, while, as soon as, etc
-list points or show sequence: first(ly), to start with, next, finaly, etc
-add more points: furthermore, moreover, in addition, and, also, what is more, etc
-show cause oreffect: because, sunce, as a result, so, consequently, etc
-give examples: for instance, for examples, such as, especially, etc
-show contrast: however, on the other hand, despite, thought, etc
-introduce a conclusion: all in all, to conclude, to sum up, finally, etc (for more examples see Appendix I)
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