1. I would like to see you tomorrow, (so/ however/ again) let’s have lunch together.
2. My sister loves to eat, (finally/ moreover/ but) I don’t care much about food.
3. That restaurant is awful. Yesterday, (and/ for example/ however), I found a bug in my soup.
4. She felt exhausted; (therefore/ nevertheless/ whereas), she took a nap.
5. He expected to do well on the test, (and then/ in brief/ for) he had studied diligently.
6. John eats five big meals a day; (as a result/ despite this/ hence), he never gains weight.
7. Josephine ate too fast. (Consequently/ Likewise/ In contrast), she had indigestion.
8. I was watching the game; (furthermore/ meanwhile/ first), the soup boiled over.
9. The music’s too loud. (Besides/ In fact/ Although), it’s making the windows rattle.
10. This morning, I will be in Dayton. (In effect/ Above all/ Later), I will be in Xenia.
11. I like to read; unfortunately, (so/ soon/ though), I hardly have any time to read for fun.
12. Before I wrote the research paper, I read five books; (in addition/ on the contrary/ yet), I scanned seven magazine articles and interviewed two experts on the topic.
13. First, Hank went to the store; (even though/ then/ third), he visited his sister for an hour.
14. (Obviously/ Because/ As proof), these pants are too long; (instead/ for/ thus), they will need to be altered before I can wear them.
15. Please, don’t forget the cat food and juice. (Nevertheless/ Furthermore/ For instance), bring the paper plates, napkins, and cups for the picnic.
16. I enjoy learning; (to conclude/ in a way/ most of all), I like to learn new facts about nature.
17. Barbara, (without a doubt/ yet/ plus), is the best student in the class.
18. He concluded like this: “(Soon/ Next/ To sum up), there’s no business like show business.”
19.. I hate intolerance; (still/ that is/ to repeat), I try not to become bitter when I see it.
20. She had looked for a job for months. (Formerly/ Finally/ Before), she found one.
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