Words are powerful. In fact, they have the power to transform ideas into reality.
It is linking words.
We need to present more than one argument to withstand the attacks on our points. To add more points, we have to possess the power to add them.
Not only … but also
As well as
To present our opinions which should be built on Facts.
In my opinion
As far as I’m concerned
To my mind
It seems to me that…
In order to illustrate the consequences of a certain event or action.
As a result
As a consequence
Presenting a contrast can be very helpful in building your case.
On the one hand
On the other hand
Transform the negative into a positive aspect through the power of concession.
Be clear in regard to your purpose in whatever you do and especially in writing. Be precise!
So as to
In order to
To add a condition to your presentation, use any of the following words.
As long as
To present the audience with a choice, we’ll help you through this great list of words that’ll make clear that not all options are on the table.
Neither … nor
Either … or
Words can connect people from different places, or bind them together in a shared experience that brings meaning to our lives. There is something particularly powerful about a word—it gives a new sense of purpose and a fresh start for what was once an idea. However, what is there to bind words or sentences together?