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    Transitional Words

    What should I do to use transitional words( eg moreover, accordingly) well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soekothu View Post
    What should I do to use transitional words( eg moreover, accordingly) well?
    Moreover is an adverb; meaning: additionally or in addition to what has been said. preferably used in the beginning of a clause to add something more to what is said/indicated/described immediately before. Let us describe ‘communication in brief:
    Communication has become more advanced with time and has undergone a global enhancement. Today it is needed for every thing. Moreover, it is impossible for anybody to live in isolation.
    Accordingly is also an adverb; meaning: in an appropriate manner, consequently. It can be used at the beginning or at the end. It is generally used to connect a second sentence describing the consequence of the preceding one: Example:
    I continued to have severe headaches and accordingly returned to the doctor.
    It was her mother’s advice to visit the place again and she acted accordingly

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