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HOW TO USE TRANSITION WORDS

Transition words are defined as those words which are used to link or to join the sentence/phrase. These words ease the readability of your blog and hence make it more attractive for readers to read. Following is the table that shows some examples of transitions words with phrases. 

 

Transition words

Transition words phrases example 

Meanwhile 

I am doing my homework, meanwhile, you can wait for me.

However

I don’t like watching movies, however, I’m fond of Hollywood movies. 

Moreover

She is a talented actor moreover a good singer. 

In addition to 

I will write a poem, in addition, I will write a blog too. 

Furthermore 

She was chased by men, furthermore, she was caught by one of them. 

Otherwise

You can sit quietly otherwise you can leave. 

Despite

Despite everything, he chose to be a pilot. 

On the contrary 

He seems to be happy but on the contrary, he is sad. 

Although

Although it was raining, we all went out. 

In the same way

She did her homework in the same way as he did. 

These are some of the examples of transition words. If you wish to learn more, click here for more transition words and their use.

USE OF ACTIVE VOICE

Voice in English is a must and so is blogging. Make sure you use a more Active voice in your blog. Using active voice in your blog will improve the SEO. The following are the example for more clarity of how sentences are in the active voice.

 

PASSIVE VOICE

ACTIVE VOICE

A new update was released by Google.

Google released a new update. 

The lion was killed by the hunter.

The hunter killed the lion.

The flat tire was changed by Aman.

Aman changed the flat tire. 

The vase was broken by Rachel.

Rachel broke the vase. 

Chicken was eaten by Monica 

Monica ate the chicken.

The use of an active voice makes the sentence with fewer words and more concise and clear for the readers. Readability of your blog will be improved with active voice and readers will be engaged throughout the blog. Also using a more active voice tends to make fewer grammatical errors.