It can be difficult, when proofreading, for a writer to see disconnected paragraphs: it makes sense in the writer’s mind because the writer is able to fill in the missing parts. Make sure your paragraphs are linked by introductory and concluding sentences. The linking sentences may use some of the introductory words which are listed above. Here are some examples of linking sentences.
As discussed in the previous paragraph, the effects of ultraviolet light on watercolor paint can be disastrous so one must take steps to prevent the damage. If one considers the use of tinted window, shaded windows, etc….
In addition to artificially inflating the economy, rumors of war will change the dynamics of society, particularly where young men are involved.
As a result of having to read all of Jane Austen’s novels, the writing style of the class was found to be degraded to the sappy, simplistic style generally found in paperback romance novels.
In a nutshell, a curator would be well-advised to consider the layout of the exhibition space as well as the budget for minor renovations before accepting this exhibition of 19th century watercolors.
The long-term effects of structural changes in society combined with the behavioral changes in the male population are clearly more critical than the effects on the economy.
Based on the findings of the study, this researcher recommends that all of Jane Austen’s works be left out of any respectable English curriculum.
As with using transitional words to link sentences, using transitional words to introduce and conclude paragraphs should be done only when necessary. If you can make one paragraph flow into the next without using a transitional word, please do so; it will sound more natural.