ESL Writing

Transitions and Connectors

In addition / Additionally / Plus / Moreover / Furthermore / ...as well

In this ESL writing worksheet, students practice completing sentences using the above transition words.

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Transitions and Connectors: Review

In addition / Additionally / Furthermore / Moreover / Plus / …as well


Read the sentences below. Then, write one more sentence, using the transition words above to give more information. (See page 77 for sample answers.)


**Note: When you start a sentence with these words, you need to put a comma after them.

 

 

 

1. I get great scores in math class.____________________________________

 

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2. I’m applying to the Department of English at Oxford University because I’m very interested in studying English. __________________________________

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3. Angela is taking piano lessons and violin lessons._____________________

 

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4. You’re so mean! You always make fun of your sister’s weight! ____________

 

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5. Two hundred homes were destroyed in the landslide. __________________

 

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6. Leo stayed up so late that he was late for class._______________________

 

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7. Gorillas are similar to humans in many ways. For example, their bodies and faces look similar to ours, and their eyes show emotions. Also, they are able to walk on two legs.

 

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