1 Adverb phrases are just as important to use in your writing as linking words.
To add an idea: in addition, furthermore, moreover, also, besides, in fact
To show time: first, second, then, next, later (on), meanwhile, finally, afterward
To contrast: however, nevertheless, in contrast, on the other hand, still
To show cause – result: therefore, thus, consequently, as a result, hence
To introduce an alternative or choice: otherwise
To emphasize: in fact, of course, indeed, certainly
To give an example: for example, for instance
To generalize or summarize: in general, overall, in short
2. Below are some collocations about work.
Collocations after work
- work well - work done - work here - work hard - work time - work day - work together
Collocations before work
will work - did work - does work - hard work - make work - know work - just work
Collocations about work
work abroad - apply for a job - sacked from a job - world of work is changing - deal with people - to be on maternity leave - part of a succesful team - get a promotion/to be promoted - under pressure - out of a job - hunt for a job - be in charge of - to be off work - to get promoted - get a better job
3. With your partner, create a short story about work. Your story should be no longer than 3 minutes. In your story, you must have: 3 collocations, 3 adverb phrases and 5 different linking words.
(Remember to write your partner's name under your story)
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