Effectively constructing each transition often depends upon your ability to identify words or phrases that will indicate for the reader the kind of logical relationships you want to convey. The table below should make it easier for you to find these words or phrases. Whenever you have trouble finding a word, phrase, or sentence to serve as an effective transition, refer to the information in the table for assistance. Look in the left column of the table for the kind of logical relationship you are trying to express. Then look in the right column of the table for examples of words or phrases that express this logical relationship.
Any group of words can be chosen as the stop words for a given purpose. For some search engines , these are some of the most common, short function words , such as the , is , at , which , and on . In this case, stop words can cause problems when searching for phrases that include them, particularly in names such as " The Who ", " The The ", or " Take That ". Other search engines remove some of the most common words—including lexical words , such as "want"—from a query in order to improve performance.