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PostSubject: Classroom Language: Changing or shifting to new topics, points or sections   2nd December 2015, 10:03 pm

Sequence
Firstly...secondly... (British)
First...second... (North American)
First of all (colloquial)
Next,
After that, / Afterwards,
Note the difference between the North American style (first, second, third...) and British
style (firstly, secondly, thirdly); chose one style and use it consistently. For any form of
English, ‘first of all’ is colloquial style.
Transitions between ideas, topic shift to new item
Now,
Now turning to
Let’s turn to
Let’s turn our attention to
Now, let’s move on to / I’ll move on to
Let me move on to
Next, let’s talk about / I’ll talk about /
discuss
Now I’d like to discuss
This raises the following issues /
question(s)
So how about / what about …?
If I could now turn to
My next point is
Now, let’s wee what happens.
Now that that’s clear / we’ve resolved
that
We will go on to the next point.
Now let’s approach this problem in a
different way.
The second point I’d like to make is...

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