Elaboration: Spell out the details by defining, or by clarifying and adding relevant, pertinent information.
Illustration: Paint a verbal picture that helps make or clarify your point(s). Well illustrated pieces are easier to read and follow than abstract ones.
Argumentation: Give the reasons, justifications, and rationales for the position or view you have taken in the introduction. Draw inferences for the reader and explain the significance or assertions or claims being made.
exceptions - but, alas, however, etc.
illustrations - for instance, for example, etc.
conclusions - thus, so, therefore, consequently, etc.
comparisons - similarly, by contrast, etc.
qualifications - yet, still, etc.
additions - moreover, furthermore, etc.
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