Interpersonal Communications – Signposts in Business Writing


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  • Purpose for writing
  • Establish a common context
  • Effective closing
  • Back-and- forth references



Course- Interpersonal communications


Listed below are some examples of frequently used transitional words or phrases to use as signposts in business writing.

To signal


Addition or Amplification:And, furthermore, besides, next, moreover, in addition, again, also, similarly, too, finally, second, subsequently, last
Contrast:But, or, nor, yet, still, however, nevertheless, on the contrary, conversely, on the other hand, although
Example:For example, for instance, such as, thus, sequence, first, second, third, next, then
Conclusion:Therefore, thus, finally, in conclusion, consequently, as a result, accordingly, then
Time or Place:At the same time, simultaneously, above, below, further on, so far, until now

Create example sentences to illustrate three (3) of the following:
  • Back-and-forth references
  • Section previews
  • Establish a common context
  • Make your structure explicit
  • Effective closing


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