TRANSITIONS When you want to start an example or illustration: She loves fine clothes. For example, her prom dress cost nearly two hundred dollars.
Jim sometimes becomes bored easily. For instance, I remember something that happened last summer.
When you want to contrast one thing with another: Mary is one of my best friends. However, she sometimes makes me angry by being late.
Jack is a good swimmer. Even so, he has never won a trophy,
I saw her once when I felt awful. Nevertheless, we had a wonderful time.
When you want to add another idea: Tom is crazy about his motorcycle. Furthermore, he does all the maintenance on it himself.
Mr. Johnston is an excellent teacher. Moreover, he is very popular with his students.
Everybody likes Lou. In addition, he seems to like everyone he meets.
When you want to show that one thing causes another: Sam isn't very organized. Consequently, he sometimes doesn't seem to know what he is doing.
One time he forgot his wife's birthday. As a result, she was very angry.
Al jogs three miles a day. Therefore, he is in good shape. .
When you want to summarize or generalize: That really bothered me. But on the whole, he is a pretty good guy.
He is sensitive, warm, and considerate. In short, I love him.