Nothing to Do?

In spoken English – or any other languages – the message that you convey may easily be misintepreted, resulting in confusion and argument. Here’s an example: Compare You have nothing to do… There’s nothing you can do… This is the question: “What can I do to help you?” – so how would you respond? Response #1 causes […]

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Transition Signals

Transition signals are not related to physics or astronomy. These are words that are used when we want to connect one sentence with another to show a continuity of ideas, and to show a smooth flow (transition) from one sentence and paragraph to the next. Transition signals have the following functions: (a) to add information: in […]

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