Writing Transitions: However, Nevertheless, Still, Despite That Nonetheless, Even So
Use a writing transitions worksheet to help your class sharpen their writing skills as they read several examples, and rewrite seven sentences using the words however, nevertheless, still, despite, nonetheless, and even so appropriately.
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