anonymous
  • anonymous
Can somebody please please give me a list of effective transitions for academic essays? Also, I need a number of effective ways to insert quotes into my argument. My teacher says my conclusion is far too dry. Does anybody know great ways to end essays?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
List of Effective Transitions: Henceforth and always... That having been said... As was stated earlier but will be repeated again here... And as I read in a lavatory one time... For your conclusions, use less Vermouth. And I always use a period to end the essay. Works every time. But seriously, post an excerpt of your writing somewhere. We are here to help.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok cool. My English seems to dislike any form of obvious transitions though. Does anybody know why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You are probably over-thinking it. Write like you speak. Then fix the spelling and remove the profanity.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I like to end my essays with an "almost-summary," really quite like the intro paragraph, but NOT A REPETITION OF IT :P Think: what have you accomplished in the essay that brings a new light to your topic? Incorporate that into your ending. In an analytical essay for history or social sciences, try to reach into the future: what do you think will happen next as a result of what you have already discussed? Leave the reader with something to think about.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Quotes are easier to use and read when you want to say something but can find a quote from someone that says it better. Just slip it in and continue with your paragraph - quotes should be part of a coherent phrase, not something that was added at the last minute. As for transitions, I wouldn't worry too much about them. Just make sure that the connection between each paragraph and the next is logical.

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