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Compound Adverbs - Giving Explanation

Master English compound adverbs for giving explanations, like "to that end" and "in particular".

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Compound Adverbs
as a side note

used to introduce additional information or a comment that is related to the main topic but not essential to it

[Adverb]
by all accounts

used to indicate that, according to various sources or opinions, something is generally accepted as true or accurate

[Adverb]
by the way

used to introduce a new topic or information that is related to the ongoing conversation

[Adverb]
come to think of it

used to introduce a thought or realization that occurred to one during a conversation

[Adverb]
in particular

used to specify or emphasize a particular aspect or detail within a broader context

[Adverb]
in this regard

used to refer to a specific aspect of the topic being discussed

[Adverb]
speaking of which

used to smoothly transition from one topic to another, often when the second topic is related to or follows naturally from the first

[Adverb]
to that end

used to indicate that something is being done or stated with a specific purpose or goal in mind

[Adverb]
to the point that

used to describe a situation where something has reached a particular level or condition, often implying that it has become excessive or extreme

[Adverb]
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