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Words such as ‘and’, ‘as a result’, ‘in fact’, ‘however’, and ‘although’ are good examples of common transition words to use in academic writing work. They help to improve the coherence and cohesion of your writing work. Without transition words, it would be hard to recognise the different ideas and thought processes in your work.What are some examples of transitional words?
Transition words clarify the relationship between what you just said and what you're about to say for your readers. Here’s an example of a well-placed transition: Original: The boy kicked the ball into the street. A speeding car came around the corner. Rewrite: The boy kicked the ball into the street.What are some transition words and phrases?
Transition words and phrases are a part of speech, and they’re used to create coherent relationships between ideas in the text. The ones you might be familiar with are ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘so’ and ‘because’.