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Transitions and Signposts Transitions and  signposts are phrases that link together  what  has been said and   what will be said.  They help unify a speech and  clarify the relationship  among   points and  ideas.  Signposts are phrases that signal how  a speech is organized   and  where the speaker is in a speech.  Transitions and  signposts provide  a clear  “road  map”  that guides audience members through  a speech. Transitions include: So  Moreover Therefore In addition Once again Accordingly Consequently In spite of A far better way Notwithstanding Hence For instance In truth Unfortunately Once we. ..then In other words Along the same lines For example Consider the following The point is Thus In contrast On the one hand On the other hand Comparatively And But Importantly More to the point
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course IPC 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Central Mich..

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