There are many transition words
What are transitions and how are they used?
1. Transitions are phrases or words used to connect one idea to the next.
2. They are used by the author to help the reader progress from one significant idea to the next.
3. These words also show the relationship within a paragraph (or within a sentence) between the main idea and the support the author gives for those ideas.
4. Different transitions do different things.
Transitions may be "Additive," "Adversative," (expressing opposition or antithesis) "Causal," or "Sequential."
1. Additive Transitions
3. Causal (not casual)
These show addition, introduction, similarity to other ideas, &c.
indeed, further, as well (as this), either (neither), not only (this) but also (that) as well,
also, moreover, what is more, as a matter of fact, in all honesty,
and, furthermore, in addition (to this), besides (this), to tell the truth,
or, in fact, actually, to say nothing of,
too, let alone, much less additionally,
nor, alternatively, on the other hand, not to mention (this).
such as, as, particularly, including, as an illustration,
for example, like, in particular, for one thing, to illustrate
for instance, especially, notably, by way of example.
speaking about (this), considering (this), regarding (this), with regards to (this),
as for (this), concerning (this), the fact that
on the subject of (this).
similarly, in the same way, by the same token, in a like manner,
that is (to say), namely, specifically, thus.
that is (to say), I mean, (to) put (it) another way in other words.
These transitions are used to signal conflict, contradiction concession, dismissal, &c.
but, by way of contrast, while, on the other hand,
however, (and) yet, whereas, though (final position),
in contrast, when in fact, conversely, still.
even more, above all, indeed, more importantly, besides.
but even so, nevertheless, even though, on the other hand, admittedly,
however, nonetheless, despite (this), notwithstanding (this), albeit
(and) still, although, in spite of (this), regardless (of this),
(and) yet, though, granted (this), be that as it may.
either way, whichever happens, in either event, in any case, at any rate,
in either case, whatever happens, all the same, in any event.
(or) at least, (or) rather, instead.
These transitions signal cause/effect and reason/result, &c.
for the (simple) reason that, being that, for, in view of (the fact), inasmuch as,
because (of the fact), seeing that, as, owing to (the fact),
due to (the fact that), in that since, for as much as.
on (the) condition (that), granted (that), if, provided that, in case,
in the event that, as/so long as, unless given that,
granting (that), providing that, even if, only if.
as a result (of this), consequently, hence, for this reason, thus,
because (of this), in consequence, so that, accordingly
as a consequence, so much (so) that, so, therefore.
for the purpose of, in the hope that, for fear that, so that,
with this intention, to the end that, in order to, lest
with this in mind, in order that, so as to, so.
under those circumstances, then, in that case, if not,
that being the case, if so, otherwise.
These transitions are used to signal a chronological or logical sequence.
in the (first, second, etc.) place, initially, to start with, first of all thirdly, (&c.)
to begin with, at first, for a start, secondly.
subsequently, previously, eventually, next,
before (this), afterwards, after (this), then.
to conclude (with) as a final point, eventually, at last, in the end, finally, lastly,
to change the topic incidentally, by the way.
to get back to the point, to resume anyhow, anyway, at any rate,
to return to the subject.
as was previously stated, so, consequently, in summary, all in all,
thus, as I have said, to sum up, overall,
as has been mentioned, then, to summarize, to be brief, briefly,
given these points, in all, on the whole, therefore,
as has been noted, hence, in conclusion, in a word,
to put it briefly, in sum, altogether, in short.
(This may be useful for your learning too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transitions_(linguistics)