If you have a series of results, or a list of objects, and a particular result does not fit in with the rest, then this is an anomaly. If your essay has an argument, how did you get to it?
After years of writing assignments all throughout school, you start to become repetitive when choosing what words to use in your essays.
But there is a whole language out there full of words that are sure to impress your English teacher!
For every argument you make in an essay, the opposite arguments must also be made so you can prove that your side of the argument is more correct. It says that in spite of the opposite argument, the point of your essay is still valid.
An anomaly is something that stands out from the rest of your argument.
They thus give the text a logical organization and structure (see also: a List of Synonyms).
All English transition words and phrases (sometimes also called 'conjunctive adverbs') do the same work as coordinating conjunctions: they connect two words, phrases or clauses together and thus the text is easier to read and the coherence is improved.
If you want to make your teacher perk up, be sure to include this word in your essay!
An example sentence could be “The author suggests a myriad of solutions for the problem.” Definition: (verb) state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully Replaces: says Another stellar word to add to your mental dictionary is “asserts”.
Further is also used to indicate added space as well as added time.
These transition words are often used as part of them via this link to the category page: Linking Words & Connecting Words as a PDF.