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Connecting Words IIIComparison & ContrastTopic: Conjunctive adverbs: comparison and contrastAudience: English language lea...
Similarities andDifferencesCommonExpressionsTopic: English Grammar: similarities and differencesAudience: English language...
DifferencesCommon ExpressionsHoweverWhileAlthoughIn contrastOn the other hand
DifferencesCanadians love meat andpotatoes; however,Brazilians prefer rice andbeans. Unlike most people,I would rather eat...
DifferencesAlthough many Canadianslove to ski, their favouriteseason is summer. Incontrast to mostCanadians, fall is myfav...
SimilaritiesCommon ExpressionsLikeSimilarAs wellAlsoSame
SimilaritiesCanadians and Americanshave similar eating habits.People in both nations likeburger and fries, and alsoapple p...
SimilaritiesIn comparison to Canada,Brazil has no winterseason. Winter in Brazilfeels more like the fallseason in Canada.S...
Connecting WordsWhat are they for?Connect sentencesProvide a smooth read
Connecting WordsWhat is their purpose?Comparison & contrastCause & effectSequenceWork in progress: SlideShare on Connec...
Connecting WordsWhat can they do for me?Build stronger sentencesShow smootherconnectionsImprove your writing
Conjunctive AdverbsCause & effectComparison & contrastSequenceOther connectionsWork in progress: SlideShare on Connect...
Connecting Words IIIComparison & ContrastTopic: Conjunctive adverbs: comparison and contrastAudience: English language lea...
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English Grammar: Conjunctive Adverbs: Comparison and contrast

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR: CONNECTING WORDS
CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS: COMPARISON/CONTRAST
English Language learners: This is a 13-slide presentation to help you recognize and use conjunctive adverbs,so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – June, 2013)

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English Grammar: Conjunctive Adverbs: Comparison and contrast

  1. 1. Connecting Words IIIComparison & ContrastTopic: Conjunctive adverbs: comparison and contrastAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages - June, 2013sentence sentencePhoto: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArtSimilarities and Differences
  2. 2. Similarities andDifferencesCommonExpressionsTopic: English Grammar: similarities and differencesAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages - June, 2013Photo: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArtHowever / In contrast / Be similar to / Like, etc.
  3. 3. DifferencesCommon ExpressionsHoweverWhileAlthoughIn contrastOn the other hand
  4. 4. DifferencesCanadians love meat andpotatoes; however,Brazilians prefer rice andbeans. Unlike most people,I would rather eatcouscous.
  5. 5. DifferencesAlthough many Canadianslove to ski, their favouriteseason is summer. Incontrast to mostCanadians, fall is myfavourite season.
  6. 6. SimilaritiesCommon ExpressionsLikeSimilarAs wellAlsoSame
  7. 7. SimilaritiesCanadians and Americanshave similar eating habits.People in both nations likeburger and fries, and alsoapple pie and ice cream.
  8. 8. SimilaritiesIn comparison to Canada,Brazil has no winterseason. Winter in Brazilfeels more like the fallseason in Canada.Similarly, the same applies
  9. 9. Connecting WordsWhat are they for?Connect sentencesProvide a smooth read
  10. 10. Connecting WordsWhat is their purpose?Comparison & contrastCause & effectSequenceWork in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part IV: Cause & Effect
  11. 11. Connecting WordsWhat can they do for me?Build stronger sentencesShow smootherconnectionsImprove your writing
  12. 12. Conjunctive AdverbsCause & effectComparison & contrastSequenceOther connectionsWork in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part IV: Cause & Effect
  13. 13. Connecting Words IIIComparison & ContrastTopic: Conjunctive adverbs: comparison and contrastAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages - June, 2013sentence sentencePhoto: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArtThankyou!Similarities and Differences

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