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March 29, 2010

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ENGL11204P March 29, 2010 Parallelism: “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few” (Winston Churchill) CONNECTING PARAGRAPHS 1. Transitional word or phrase a. “The students believe that proposed library would not support their needs.” In addition , the student oppose the construction of the library for economic reason” 2. REPEAT KEY WORDS 3. REPEAT A KEY IDEAS 4. USE SYNOSISM Transitions: 1. Relationship: ADDITION Tradition: also and then too in addition furthermore moreover equally important TIME SEQUENCE Tradition: now then before after afterwards ARRANGEMENT TO SPACE Tradition: early
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beyond above below COMPARISON Tradition: CONSTRAST Tradition: but still however despite of nevertheless
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Unformatted text preview: in spite of CAUSE AND EFFECT Tradition: because since consequently as a result therefore thus *try not to use ‘as’ in the sense of because PURPOSE Tradition: for this purpose In order to EMPHSASIS Tradition: indeed in fact certainly to be sure ILLUSTRATION Tradition: for example for instance to particular to be specific SUMMARY (CLARIFICATION) Tradition: to summary CONCESSION (making a concession) balance two conflicting arguments Tradition: although even though granted while while this may be the case whereas *Note: Quotations longer than 20 words must be double indeed on the sides and the same spacing should be maintain before and after it....
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