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Study the following group of signal words; then select the name of the pattern in which these signal words would most likely be used. most importantly, primarily, least of all time order spatial cause-effect comparison-contrast order of importance simple listing
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"most importantly, primarily, least of all" These signal words are used to show order of importance.
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