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    Transitional words

    Are signal transitional words interchangeable? For example: If you wanted to use words signaling addition, can you use all the addition Can you use in addition, furthermore, moreover, etc... and not be a particular one for a particular sentence.

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    Re: Transitional words

    Quote Originally Posted by karen
    Are signal transitional words interchangeable? For example: If you wanted to use words signaling addition, can you use all the addition Can you use in addition, furthermore, moreover, etc... and not be a particular one for a particular sentence.
    In most cases, I would say yes. +|

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