English grammar conjunctive adverbs sequence

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR
CONNECTING WORDS: CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS: SEQUENCE
English Language learners: This is a 14-slide presentation to help you recognize and use conjunctive adverbs, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – August, 2013)

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English grammar conjunctive adverbs sequence

  1. 1. Connecting Words V Sequence Topic: Conjunctive adverbs: sequence Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - August, 2013 sentence sentence Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt Logical and chronological sequenceFirst, workout Then, muscles
  2. 2. Sequence Common Expressions Topic: English Grammar: sequence Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - August, 2013 Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt Afterwards / Beforehand / Meanwhile / Then, etc. Flatten boxes beforehand Recycle cardboard afterwards
  3. 3. Sequence “Signal’ Expressions After As soon as Before Finally
  4. 4. Sequence More “Signal’ Words Next Soon In the first place In the meantime
  5. 5. Sequence: Soon, Next It looks like it will rain soon, so I had better get my umbrella right away. If it rains heavily, I will need to get my raincoat next.
  6. 6. Sequence: In the meantime I know you two wish to graduate at the top of your class. In the meantime, you ought to study hard, so you can succeed.
  7. 7. Sequence: In the first place Daily exercise is something very hard for many people to do. In the first place, it requires discipline, and also a lot of will power.
  8. 8. Sequence: As soon as They were happy they had remembered to bring their umbrella as soon as they realized it had started to rain heavily.
  9. 9. Sequence: Before, Finally Before their daily exercise, they warmed up and lifted weights. Finally, after a short time, they were able to build muscles.
  10. 10. Connecting Words What are they for? Connect sentences Provide a smooth read
  11. 11. Connecting Words What is their purpose? Comparison & contrast Cause & effect Sequence Work in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part VI: Rules for using connecting words
  12. 12. Connecting Words What can they do for me? Build strong sentences Show smooth connection Improve your writing
  13. 13. Conjunctive Adverbs Cause & effect Comparison & contrast Sequence Other connections Work in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part VI: Rules for using connecting words
  14. 14. Connecting Words V Sequence Topic: Conjunctive adverbs: sequence Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - August, 2013 sentence sentence Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt Thank you! Logical and chronological sequence

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