(the talks should be resumed; the worsening ecologic situation was caused by the nuclear tests; an envoy should be sent for talks with representatives of both sides; the plan should be reconsidered).
(the development of cultural relations between the two countries; space exploration; the introduction of market economy; the problems connected with privatization).
To start with, the right use of quotes in essays augments the power of your arguments and makes your essays appear more convincing.
Plus, essays with quotes tend to score better than essays without them, because of the initial impact the use of quotes create on the reader, and help strengthen your point. Only use quotes as is, if you are convinced that paraphrasing would lower the impact or change the meaning of the original author’s words or when the argument could not be better expressed or said more succinctly. At times, an essay can appear painfully discorded if the quotations are out of place or if the essay is too stuffed with quotes. A great quote plays one or more roles from the following: If the quote doesn’t serve any of the above then you are forcing it into the essay and this could do more harm than good.
The story begins (opens) with a (the) description of (introduction of, the mention of, the analysis of a summary of, the characterization of, (author's) opinion of, author's recollections of, the enumeration of, the criticism of, some (few) critical remarks about (concerning, etc.), the accusation of, the exposure of, the praise of, the ridicule of, the generalization of an excursus into). At the end of the story the author draws the conclusion that (comes to the conclusion that)... At the end of the story the author sums it all up by saying ...
At the beginning of the story the author describes (depicts, dwells on, touches upon, explains, introduces, mentions, recalls, characterizes, points out, generalizes, makes a few critical remarks on, reveals, exposes, accuses, blames, condemns, mocks at, ridicules, praises, sympathizes with, gives a summary of, gives his account of, makes an excursus into, digresses from the subject to describe the scenery, to enumerate smth., etc.). The author concludes with a (the) description of (introduction of, the mention of, the analysis of a summary of, the characterization of, (his) opinion of, his recollections of, the enumeration of, the criticism of, some (few) critical remarks about (concerning, etc.), the accusation of, the exposure of, the praises of, the ridicule of. To finish with, the author describes (depicts, dwells on, touches upon, explains, introduces, mentions, recalls, characterizes, points out, generalizes, makes a few critical remarks on, reveals, exposes, accuses, blames, condemns, mocks at, ridicules, praises, sympathizes with, gives a summary of, gives his account of makes an excursus into, digresses from the subject to describe the scenery, to enumerate smth, etc.). Adams has been appointed ambassador to Libya; some more public services will be privatized).
However, but, still, yet, though, regardless, anyway, anyhow. Nevertheless, the real essence of a university education is not the books we read or assignments we complete, but the methodology of learning which finally help create an enlightened society. Nonetheless, many people would not follow the rule spontaneously and for them to abide by the rules, monetary fines are essential. (Verb) - Pray to, appeal to, call on someone as a witness for inspiration, solicit, cite, refer to. The announcement might invoke both positive and negative impression to the mass people. This action invokes negative consequences that we must not forget.
Primarily, principally, in particular, in a remarkable way. The amount of rubbish we produce every day is notably higher than any time in history. The establishment of the university in our area would make it notably crowded. Their arguments might be compelling to a certain extent but that lacks the touch or reality. the compelling cricket tournaments attract thousands of fans and they spend money to enjoy these competitions.
(Adverb) - What's more, furthermore, besides, as well, moreover, plus, in addition to. Not to mention, the devastating accidents the drunk driving causes every day alone in the USA. Not to mention, the second-hand smoking is often more dangerous than the first-hand smoking. The community people would agree to the establishment of a new factory provided that it would reserve 20% jobs for them. Fathers should take the responsibility for the upbringing of children.
(Phrase) - Despite what has been said, however, on the contrary. Having said that, technology also has a dark side and this is why we should be wary of their use in our daily life. The government, in my opinion, has a vital role to play to fight the crime, but having said that, the mass people also have to come forward and contribute to fighting the crime and corruption. Provided that, they often stay outside, the mother would then take control. The young generation venerates those sports stars and often mimic their playing style, fashion and lifestyle. Our veneration for our politicians and leaders are declining faster and this is quite alarming.