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correct usage with transitional words

a) She made many poor choices, for example, drinking too much alcohol. Is this sentence grammatically accurate? It makes sense but as a rule of thumb if the transitional word 'for example' is removed,...
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Is there a difference between therefore and "for this reason"?

They acknowledge that tasks that attempt to test a certain executive function such as memory have some variability amongst them, for this reason they used factor analysis I know the sentence contains ...
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Is it OK to use an Effect/Result transition word after hypotheses/assumptions?

The natural response to being asked about stimuli presented before might be to think about the first previous stimulus. Therefore responding to a 2-back task might require response inhibition. The ...
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“The first, it is” or “First, it is”?

In the following sentence, Does the "the" article come before the "first" word? I have two reasons for my claim. The first, it is . . .
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How should I connect the final sentences?

"Endowed with the true blessings of the world, I can only strive forward to become a more lenient, more open-minded, and more inquisitive person. But before all that, I need to perfect the art of ...
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in fact or however?

In order to save an endangered species, preservationists must study it in detail. (______), scientific information about some endangered animals is scarce. A. However B. Therefore C. In fact ...
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Sentence Transitions

Dogs use their excellent sense of smell to detect friends and foe around them. Nevertheless, bats rely on their incredible ears to navigate the world using echolocation. A. NO CHANGE B. In the same ...
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How can I relate these two sentences

I wrote: The extraction command was described in the previous section. For example, according to this command, the content of exData may be enclosed in an Xml node whose label is specified in the ...
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Adverbs to say "in another way"

Suppose we have this structure To do something, we can do this. For another option, we can do that too. Which adverbs can be used in replace of For another option, or "in another way" (note these ...
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"Thus" or "so" to connect two sentences

Nowadays, computers have become useful facilities at home. Whereas, they also bring a harmful impact to young students of those who use it frequently. Thus|So I believe their demerits overwhelmingly ...
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"In fact" or "As a matter of fact" as a linker

Is it appropriate to use "in fact" or "as a matter of fact" as a linker between the two sentences? If neither is suitable, which one should be used here? The comedian who primarily performs on TV ...
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