compare or contrast ideas: but, however, although, on the other hand, while, similarly , likewise, indicate degree of importance: especially, significantly, most importantly, chiefly, notably, particularly , show time or sequence: first, second, finally, when, initially, next, before, after, add information: also, in addition , too, and, furthermore, introduce an example: for example, for instance, such as, this shows, indicate cause or effect: as a result, therefore, consquently, for this reason, so, indicate a conclusion: in conclusion, in summary, overall, to summarize,

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