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Which of the following transitional words or phrases should be used to indicate a purpose or reason? a. With this in mind c. Consequently b. On the other hand d. none of the above
With this in mind a transitional words or phrases should be used to indicate a purpose or reason.
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With this in mind a transitional words or phrases should be used to indicate a purpose or reason.
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