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Useful Words for writing essays/term papers/research papers

Useful Words for writing essays/term papers/research papers
The first and foremost step of writing a report, an essay or an article is the selection and usage of appropriate words at the appropriate places.

Adding More Information

  • Also
  • Coupled with
  • As well as
  • Foremost
  • First of all e.g. First of all we must consider the garter snake.
  • First, Second, Third, …, Finally
  • Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly
  • Also
  • Coupled with
  • Moreover
  • Likewise e.g. Parents and teachers likewise demanded reforms.
  • Indeed
  • Similarly e.g. He was similarly affected.
  • Besides
  • Furthermore
  • Additionally, In addition to
  • In fact, as a matter of fact
  • As well as

Giving Examples

  • Such as
  • For example
  • As an example
  • In this case
  • E.g.
  • For instance e.g. Take cakes, for instance.
  • In particular
  • Particularly
  • To illustrate
  • As an illustration
  • To exemplify
  • To demonstrate

Cause or a Reason

  • In order to
  • Since e.g. Since it’s snowy, let’s go skiing.
  • Because
  • Because of
  • For
  • For this reason
  • As
  • Whereby
  • Otherwise e.g. The funds are not otherwise available
  • For this reason

Result and Effect

  • rise to
  • As a result
  • Due to e.g. Due to his illness, he is absent.
  • Leads to
  • Results in
  • Results to
  • subsequently
  • Accordingly – because of the reason given
  • Consequently
  • Thereof
  • Caused by
  • Hence
  • So
  • As soon as
  • until
  • Therefore e.g. He is ill; therefore, he did not come.
  • Thus
  • Thusly
  • Thence
  • There from

Concluding

  • On the whole e.g. On the whole, it was an interesting play.
  • By and large
  • All in all
  • Given these facts
  • In conclusion
  • To conclude
  • Finally e.g. Finally, he left the class.
  • lastly

Expression of Opinion

  • In my opinion
  • According to me e.g. According to me, this idea is not correct.
  • As far as I’m concerned
  • Personally, I think
  • I’d say that
  • I’d like to point out that
  • I believe that e.g. I believe that you must go on.
  • What I mean is

To describe or make

  • portray
  • introduce
  • present
  • depict
  • render
  • furnish
  • show
  • Exhibit e.g. To exhibit an example, let me show you something.
  • illustrate
  • expose
  • delineate
  • define
  • represent
  • demonstrate
  • constitute
  • Specify e.g. Let me specify the parameters.

To Prove

  • manifest
  • Attest e.g. Can you attest his signatures?
  • testify
  • Evidence
  • show
  • Prove e.g. It proved to be right.
  • certify
  • endorse
  • indorse
  • establish

Compare and Contrast

  • Contrary
  • Rather
  • Instead
  • Even though e.g. Even though I’m a little afraid, however I’d like to try it.
  • Similarly
  • In the same way
  • But
  • Yet
  • Nevertheless
  • All the same
  • Still
  • Whereas
  • In comparison
  • In contrast
  • However e.g. Although I’m a little afraid, however I’d like to try it.
  • Although
  • On the other hand
  • Likewise
  • Unless
  • Nonetheless e.g. Although I’m a little afraid, nonetheless I’d like to try it.

To Depict Time

  • next
  • now
  • since
  • Soon e.g. Soon he will be here.
  • then
  • Until e.g. Wait until he comes.
  • while
  • beside
  • between
  • Beyond e.g. This is beyond my limitations.
  • For the time being
  • farther on
  • During
  • Eventually
  • Formerly
  • Immediately
  • Initially
  • Lastly
  • Later
  • Meanwhile
  • Next
  • At the same time
  • Once beyond
  • during
  • earlier
  • ending with
  • Eventually e.g. Eventually she blurted out.
  • finally
  • following
  • from then on
  • in the meantime
  • last
  • later
  • later on
  • meanwhile
  • Previously
  • Simultaneously
  • Prior to
  • Meanwhile
  • Next
  • At the same time
  • Once beyond
  • during
  • earlier
  • ending with
  • eventually
  • finally
  • following
  • from then on
  • in the meantime
  • last
  • later
  • later on
  • Meanwhile e.g. Meanwhile I will not think about the problem.
  • Previously
  • Simultaneously
  • Prior to
  • Soon
  • Subsequently
  • after
  • afterward
  • after that
  • at first
  • at this time
  • before
  • beginning with
  • in the end
  • Soon
  • Subsequently
  • after
  • afterward
  • after that
  • at first
  • at this time
  • before
  • beginning with

To Indicate Certainty

  • Really
  • Rightfully
  • Absolutely
  • Utterly
  • Indeed
  • genuinely
  • Needless to say
  • Authentically
  • Undoubtedly e.g. She is undoubtedly a good actress.
  • without a doubt
  • certainly
  • granted that
  • in fact e.g. In fact, it’s true that…
  • most certainly
  • naturally
  • obviously
  • of course
  • for sure
  • truly
  • Sincerely

To Indicate Doubt

  • Perhaps e.g. Perhaps she will come tomorrow.
  • Likely
  • Most likely
  • May be
  • More likely
  • Possibly
  • Probably e.g. This is probably not true.
  • Questionable

Summarizing

  • In a nutshell
  • To cut the long story short
  • To sum up e.g. The history is summed up in short in this book
  • To summarize
  • In short
  • Concisely
  • shortly
  • Overall
  • In summary
  • Briefly
  • In brief
  • synopsis

Conditional Text

  • as
  • given
  • if
  • Whether e.g. Whether you agree or not, I am coming.
  • Whenever e.g. Whenever I call you, you are always engaged.
  • when
  • while

Positive Words

  • magnificent
  • glorious
  • eminent
  • splendor
  • magnanimous
  • heavenly
  • terrific
  • fantastic
  • over-the-top
  • wondrous
  • extraordinary
  • marvelous
  • Brilliant e.g. You did a brilliant job.
  • upright
  • fragile
  • great
  • avid
  • fantabulous
  • spectacular
  • prodigious
  • distinguished
  • glorious
  • Famous e.g. This is a famous research.
  • esteemed
  • impressive
  • majestic
  • splendiferous
  • resplendent
  • flamboyant
  • formidable
  • artistry
  • superior
  • terrific
  • tremendous
  • wondrous
  • wonderful
  • Sensational e.g. Paris is a sensational place.
  • sublime
  • Inspiring
  • knack
  • outshine
  • predominant
  • awing
  • awe-inspiring

To Depict Brilliance

  • Expert e.g. Give me your expert opinion.
  • brainy
  • profound
  • sharp
  • astute
  • perceptive
  • savvy
  • cognition
  • genius
  • Proficient e.g. He is proficient in French.
  • bright
  • Sound
  • Abrupt
  • Well-informed
  • eager
  • mastermind
  • Enthusiastic e.g. The author was enthusiastic about his new book.
  • hotshot
  • skillful
  • whiz

To Intensify

  • implausibly
  • Incredibly e.g. She plays the piano incredibly well.
  • hugely
  • exceedingly
  • enormously
  • extremely
  • dramatically
  • majorly
  • extraordinarily
  • tremendously
  • utterly
  • Absolutely e.g. You are absolutely right.
  • perfectly

To depict speech

  • reported
  • Described e.g. He described a plan of attack.
  • commented
  • announced
  • stated
  • expressed
  • named
  • accounted
  • reported
  • affirmed
  • wrote
  • responded
  • replied
  • answered
  • sounded
  • remarked
  • denoted observed
  • pointed out
  • commented
  • Mentioned e.g. He was mentioned for his outstanding achievements.
  • referred
  • announced
  • noticed
  • retorted

To indicate precisely

  • explicitly
  • Accurately e.g. He works very accurately.
  • expressly
  • Exactly e.g. She always expressed herself exactly.
  • incisively

To Indicate numerous

  • Innumerable e.g. I have innumerable questions to ask.
  • loads of
  • a lot
  • many
  • Various e.g. His various achievements are impressive.
  • several
  • diverse
  • innumerous

To Praise

  • exhilarate
  • applause
  • Exciting e.g. She wrote an exciting poem.
  • thrilling
  • glorify
  • proclaim
  • cheering
  • idolize
  • worship
  • reverence

Call Forth

  • bring up
  • Evoke e.g. Her behavior evoked a quarrel between the couple.
  • raise
  • awaken
  • stir
  • arouse
  • elicit
  • Provoke e.g. Her behavior provoked a quarrel between the couple.
  • enkindle
  • ascent
  • put forward

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