Contrast – used to connect two pieces of information that disagree with each other.
Summary – used to introduce a conclusion or overview of information.
Time – used to relate the sequence of events, i.e. what happens first, second and so on.
Result – used to connect the result of an action.
Are your arguments from the previous exercise similar to the arguments in this essay? Would you use the arguments expressed here in your own essays in the future?
Remember that if you come across (find) new words, write them down and find them in a dictionary. Afterward, practice using them often to keep them in your memory.
Do you agree with the opinions expressed in this essay? Leave your ideas in the comments section below.
Now let’s head to the next Linking Words and Phrases Exercise.