After if thoughAlthough in order that unlessAs no matter if untilAs if on condition that whateverAs / so long provided (that) whenAs soon as since wheneverBecause so that whereBefore so …. that whereverEven if such ...that/....such that whetherEven though supposing (that) whileFor fear that than
Example• He read law books whenever he had the chance.• Since you have already studied chapter, it will not be necessary to read it again.
Example• Orna moved to New York; however, her mother stayed in Boston.• The leaders settled the argument; otherwise, there would have been war.
4. Transition Expressions• In fact• On the contrary• On the other hand• As a result• In the meantime• At the same time
Example• It is too late to finish the work; in fact, it is time to go home.• They may go to the concert; on the other hand, they may decide to attend the lecture.
My Necklace I have a necklace that I call Pinky Pear Diana. Mymother gave me it with a medalion hanged when I waseightteen years old. It was made on white gold which iscombined with pink pearls. Then its white gold chain hasunique shape as knitted corolla; moreover, its pairedpearls which are setted in the left and the right side areround and flat. They are for about twenty four pearlssetted there. On the other hand, the medalion as size asring seems scenic in the middle where it hangs in. Its shapelooks like a blooming rose which is setted on knitting pinkpearls and a cube red diamond in the core. And then, thatknitted pearls consist of eighteen pink pearls. My PinkyPear Diana seems so gergeous while the diamond in thelocket sparkles and bounces back the light. Both thepearls and the diamond decorate the white gold chainmore elegant. I always save it in my special mini orangechinese wood box, so it always looks as if it is new andseems shiny; Besides, they also shoud never be streched ontheir surface. Pinky Pear Diana is really a so wonderfulnecklace.