Addition and, also, besides, further, furthermore, in addition, moreover, next, too, first, second
Examples for example, for instance, to illustrate, in fact, specifically
Compare also, similarly, likewise
Contrast but, however, on the other hand, in contrast, nevertheless, still, even though, on the contrary, yet, although
Summarize/Conclude in other words, in short, in conclusion, to sum up, therefore
Time after, as, before, next, during, later, finally, meanwhile, since, then, when, while, immediately
Place/Direction above, below, beyond, farther on, nearby, opposite, close, to the left
Logical Relationship if, so, therefore, consequently, thus, as a result, for this reason, because, since


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