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Unformatted text preview: .... Since we have already considered , we should now consider . ..... In addition to , there is another reason/factor . ..... But is only one viewpoint. Equally important is . ..... On the other hand. ...... This last point raises the question . ..... Another way of looking at this is . .... More important than this point is the fact that . ..... If this point is true, then we can assume that . ..... Rhetorical Questions Another very effective form of transition is the rhetorical question. Try summing up a point you have just made and then ask a question concerning your next point. For example, "Now that you have decided to take up skiing, how do you go about selecting your equipment?"...
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This document was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course CMST 2061 at LSU.
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