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5 May, 02:19

Identify the transitional word or phrase in the following sentence/s. I love chocolate ice cream; however, I am going to try coffee flavored today. a. to c. however b. am d. none of the above

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  1. 5 May, 03:40
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    The correct answer is C. However

    Explanation:

    A transitional word is a type of word that tells the reader the way two ideas, elements, words or paragraphs relate by establishing a relation of cause and effect, order, addition, contrast, etc, examples of transitional words include words and phrases such as also, contrary to, nevertheless, firstly, definitely, although or however. That state explicitly the relation between different elements and link different elements or sentences.

    In the case of the sentence " I love chocolate ice cream; however, I am going to try coffee flavored today" the sentence is composed of two main ideas "I love chocolate ice cream" and "I am going to try coffee" and the word that stablises the relation between these two elements is the word "however", that shows the contrast between both by explaining the reader despite the preferences for chocolate ice cream the person is going to try a different flavor. Therefore, the transitional word, in this case, is "however" as this is the word that explains the relation between the elements in the sentence.
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