Transitions

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Transitions Transitions help guide your reader along as he or she follows your argument. When you leave out transitions, you ask the reader to get from A to D without explaining how to get from A to B to C to D. Using transitions helps prevent the reader from misunderstanding your argument and helps explain the logic you used to connect your points of argument. The following breakdown explains the purpose of transitions in different parts of your writing, and then the chart on the other side of this paper lists transitional words along with their meanings. 1. Transitions between sections —Particularly in longer works, it may be necessary to include transitional paragraphs that summarize for the reader the information just covered and specify the relevance of this information to the discussion in the following section. 2. Transitions between paragraphs— If you have done a good job of arranging paragraphs so that the content of one leads logically to the next, the transition will highlight a
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