Transition Examples
Example #1
To show contrast between ideas: on the contrary, however, notwithstanding

Example #2
To denote time: after, at last, before

Example #3
To add to the previous point in the essay: furthermore, besides, moreover

Example #4
To show similarity or comparison between ideas: likewise, similarly, in like fashion

Example #5
To concede a point in the essay: although, at least, at any rate

Example #6
To emphasize a point: indeed, above all, truly

Example #7
To bring attention to details: especially, specifically, in particular

Example #8
To show consequence or a result: with the result that, so that, consequently

Example #9
To illustrate a point or provide examples: for instance, for example, to illustrate

Example #10
To make a suggestion in the essay: to this end, for this purpose, with this in mind

Example #11
To sum up the points: finally, therefore, consequently