1. Why do writers use transitions?2. What are the two most common ways that writers use transitions? 3. Provide at least five examples of transitions/transitional phrases.4. For the following question(s), choose the most appropriate transition based upon the relationship expressed in each group of sentences.Here are some tips for a successful interview. ________, research the company beforethe interview and learn as much as possible about its services, products, customers,and competition. ________, look sharp. Select your outfit carefully and dress for confidence. ________, be on time. In fact, you should arrive 10 to 15 minutes early togive yourself time to get your thoughts collected. Bring along a folder containing extra copies of your resume, a copy of your references, and paper to take notes. ________, you should have questions prepared to ask at the end of the interview.A) Before; During; While; In additionB) One area; Another area; Then; At lastC) First; Next; Moreover; FinallyD) Then; Furthermore; Moreover; Final Click on “Resources” in the top right-hand corner of the NROC page. Under “Foundations in the Unit” click on “Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions.” Answer the questions below:1. Readers make inferences based on the ______________ and ___________ in the reading. 2. Then, readers draw conclusions on what will ___________________ as a result of those inferences. 3. What are the three strategies that readers should us to make valid inferences andconclusions?4. Write the formula for drawing a conclusion. For the following question(s), choose the most logical inference based upon theinformation in each sentence or paragraph.1) Derek withdrew all of his savings out of the bank and closed his account.A) Derek has been asked to leave the bank.B) Derek is moving.C) Derek is angry at the bank.D) Derek is leaving this bank.