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PostSubject: Always Use Transitions   Sun May 03, 2009 11:42 pm

Transitions are the sentences or words that aid readers in following the flow of your argument or point. Transitions can be used to:

Show contrast: Katie eats popcorn after school. In contrast, Brian eats cereal.
Elaborate: I love sneaking into movies. In addition, I try to steal candy while I'm there.
Provide an example: You can get many useful items at that store. For example, Patrick recently picked up a lava lamp and a bobblehead doll.
Show results: Manny ingested nothing but Red Bull and burgers everyday day for a month. AS a result, he gained ten pounds.
Show sequence: The police arrested Bob at the party. Soon after, Harvard rescinded Bob's acceptance, and eventually Bob drifted into a life of crime.

Come up with five sentences of your own, each one of which uses one of the kinds of transitions explained above.
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