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Linking expressions (words or phrases) are used to connect, or relate, phrases, clauses, sentences and paragraphs, i.e. ideas. By creating connections, they create coherence and cohesion in texts.

Examples are:

  • Transition: on that note, meanwhile
  • Apposition: for example, i.e. (that is)
  • Comparison: similarly, still
  • Summation: in conclusion, to summarise
  • Sequence: first, second, firstly, secondly

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