Business writing can be hard enough but finding ways to make it ‘flow’ can make it seem even harder. How can you make your writing seem more like a conversation and less like a lecture? One easy way is to master the use of ‘sentence starters’ or ‘transition’ words and phrases. Here are some to get you into the swing of it all.

(Just make sure to put a comma after the transition word and the subject of the sentence after the comma. Oh, and use a variety of transition words to mix it up a bit and add even more depth to your writing. You’ll be amazed at the difference mastering this one trick will make.)

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Words to start sentences was last modified on June 2nd, 2020 by Proof Communications Team
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