Understanding Transition Expression

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TRANSITION EXPRESSION
A Transitional Expression is a Transitional Phrase or a Conjunctive Adverb. Transitional expressions help your reader to understand how you have organized your material, making it easier for them to move from one point to the next in your writing. Use Transitional expressions to: add ideas, emphasize ideas, illustrate ideas, compare/contrast ideas, show cause and effect, place ideas in time, and summarize ideas. ( Jadi Transitional Expression adalah semacam kata penghubung, antara 2 kalimat / klausa yang dituliskan agar membantu para pembaca untuk lebih mengerti/memahami tulisan tsb.) Transitional Expression is for identify words or phrases that will indicate for the reader the kind of logical relationships you want to convey. Two ways in writing transition expression:

1.Use a semi-colon [;] and coma [,] between independent clauses linked with a transitional expression: eg: I learned all the rules and regulations; however, I never really learned to control the ball.

2.After full stop [.}
eg: Erwin didn’t study. Therefore, he failed the test.

Here are some of the most common transition expression, grouped according to meaning: Identification Expression
Timeafter, after a short, afterward, at least, at the same time, before that time, before then, immediately, lately, later, meanwhile, now, nowadays, presently, recently, shortly, since, since then, soon, temporarily, then, thereafter. Augmentationadditionally, again, also, and, and then, besides, further, furthermore, in addition, likewise, moreover, too. Contrast / oppositionand yet, after all, although this may be true, at the same time, but, despite this, however, in contrast, in contrast to, in spite of, it must be confessed, nevertheless, notwithstanding, on the contrary, on the other hand, still, yet. Comparison / similarityagain, also, equally, in a like manner, in the same way, in a similar manner, likewise, similarly Concessionafter all, although, and yet, as a...
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