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Sentence and Word Structure
What transition words help show the chronological order of events?
September 25, 2010 3:46PM
Use of DATES or TIMES (In 2009, At 8 a.m.)
- Then, And then
- Next day, Next week, Next Month, Next year
- First, second, third <--sometimes used as a sequence transition
- After that
- Later on, Later that day
- Last week, Last month, Last year
- In the morning, afternoon, evening
- The following day, week, month, year
- Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Bacon's Rebellion takes place in Virginia.Maryland makes slavery legal.First African workers arrive in Virginia
Can someone Use the words chronological order in a sentence?
Asked in Example Sentences
How can chronological be used in a sentence?
Chronological means in the correct order of time. Therefore, you could use a sentence such as: 'List the events in chronological order.' or 'The information was in the form of a chronological timeline' though in the second example it is largely unnessecary, some people like to use big words to make themselves look better :)
How do you use the word chronological order in a sentence?
What is the definition of a transition word?
Transition words help language flow smoothly when sequencing events. Some examples are first, second, third, next, them, finally, last. with no transition words: Events with no transition words: * She put on her swimsuit, walked out to the pool, swam some laps and laid in the sun. Events separated with transition words: * First, she put on her swim suit. Then, she walked out to the pool to swim some laps. Finally, she laid in the sun.
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure
Signal words are used mostly for chronological order or sequence.?
Asked in Academic Writing
A five sentence paragraph using chronological order to arrange the details of the paragraph?
What chronological order and sequencing words can you use?
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What are transition words you can use in a speculative essay?
Asked in Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words
What is an English word that uses the root chron?
The root chron originates from the the Greek word Chronos meaning time. A few examples of words in English include: Chronological - in order using time as basis Chronicle - A factual written account of important or historical events in the order of their occurrence Synchronize - to be in time Chronic - reoccuring or lasting for a long time