Transitional Words for Expository Writing
Use these handy words for transitions when writing expository essays.
First Reason Starters: first of all, most important, to begin with, to start with Second and Third Reason Starters: also, another reason, equally important, furthermore, in a like manner, in addition, in fact, last of all, likewise, moreover, of greatest importance, undoubtedly Summary/Conclusion Starters: all in all, although there may be more reasons, in conclusion, in summary, on the whole, to conclude, to summarize
Estimates of numbers range widely. Some thought (clearly in error) that there were hundreds of millions of even billions; others estimated (far more reasonably) numbers at from 30 to 1000 million in . 1500. Ernest Thompson Seton, the naturalist, was the first to estimate population on the basis of what was called "range allowance" (or carrying capacity) and settled on at least 60 million. Since his day the tendency has been to lower the estimates because bison were unevenly distributed over their range and because drought periodically struck the Plains. According to Dan Flores, an historian, no more than 30 million bison roamed the Plains prior to the arrival of the horse.
A/N: Hooray, an update! Although if I'm honest I'm not sure if I like the way this chapter ends, but oh well. It needs to move on a little so ending the chapter is the way I'm going to do it.
Once more, thank you all for the wonderous reviews! I get a little glow inside every time I see one.
Not sure how long it'll be to next update; I have an English essay to write and I was putting it off for this chapter...
Also, to the reviewer who thought to inform me of how to properly spell "Spider-Man", the way I see it, it's my fic and I shall do what I want. Read as: I'm too lazy to include a hyphen every time I write it.