CONCLUSION Transition Words
Learn useful conclusion transition words with example sentences in English.
- generally speaking
Generally speaking, it’s quite a good school.
- in the final analysis
In the final analysis, the only people who will benefit are property owners.
- all things considered
She took it very well , all things considered.
- as shown above
It’s possible, as shown above, to write a rename rule that converts case-sensitive files into lowercase file names, thereby causing clashes among previously unique file names.
- in the long run
In the long run, it works out more expensive to rent a television than to buy one.
- given these points
Given these points, it’s clearly time to consider some changes. In the long run, these recommendations will benefit our company.
- as has been noted
But there was much evidence of divided counsels on both the Labour and Conservative sides, as has been noted above.
- in a word
In a word,the whole plan fell through.
- for the most part
He was, for the most part, quite helpful.
- after all
The world is but a little place, after all.
- in fact
Experience is not interesting till it begins to repeat itself, in fact, till it does that,it hardly is experience.
- in summary
In summary, this was a disappointing performance.
- in conclusion
In conclusion, I would like to say how much I have enjoyed myself today.
- in short
Try tennis, badminton or windsurfing. In short, anything challenging.
- in brief
In brief, I have made up my mind to quit job.
- in essence
In essence, all computers are the same.
- to summarize
To summarize, the organic compounds found in cells are built up and broken down by enzymes.
- on balance
On balance, the company has had a successful year.
Altogether, our achievements are very great.
Overall, the tone of the book is satirical/the book is satirical in tone.
Ordinarily, he didn’t like to go to the movies.
Usually when Opposition MPs question Ministers they are just playing party politics.
- by and large
By and large, I enjoyed my time at school.
- to sum up
To sum up, there are three main ways of tackling the problem
- on the whole
On the whole, I’m happy with the way I look.
- in any event
In any event, the worst that she can do is say ‘no’.
- in either case
In either case, public spending should increase by the income elasticity of demand.
- all in all
All in all, I love summer very much! You should start practicing your English from now on.
Obviously, television has both advantages and disadvantages.
Ultimately, the war had to end; it cost too much in both lives and dollars.
Ending a relationship is always hard but in this case it’s definitely for the best.
- as can be seen
As can be seen from the picture the back ground is the Muda Dam.