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Lightbulb The role of Transition words in CSS and PMS Essay

Transition words are words that show the reader the relationship between phrases, sentences or even paragraphs. Transition words make it more natural for readers to know how thoughts and ideas are related. They also prepare the reader for what’s coming in the next sentences.
The role of Transition words in CSS and PMS Essay in very crucial.
I have found a site where you can see a list of transition words with examples.

The Role Of Transitional Words

1. Transition words show the flow between phrases, sentences or paragraphs.
2. They improve readability and text structure.
3. Transition words make it easier to read and understand a text.
4. They show how thoughts and ideas are interconnected.
5. They can help readers to understand the logic of your writing
6. They also prepare readers for what is coming next.

For the lists and examples of transition words.
Lists of Transition words
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