above all, anyway, as a matter of fact, certainly, indeed, in fact, in particular, most important, obviously, of course, surely, to be sure, truly,undoubtedly, without doubt。
p) Although it is somewhat limited in its applications it is easy to operate and above all it is fun.
q) He got lost and spent hours looking for the station, and anyway it was past midnight by the time he got home.
r) And, as a matter of fact, the U. S. Golf Association was delighted.
s) Books and people certainly affected him.
t) Most of the essays were very good indeed.
u) Her teachers said she was a slow learner, whereas in fact she was partially deaf.
v) Automobile prices in particular have fallen in recent months.
w)But the reverse is true when an attorney represents a person who is obviously guilty or whose guilt is widely perceived.
x) This is very obviously the approach of some one writing exclusively and specifically for the young.
y) Of course therewillbesomedifficulttimesahead.
z) If a sign were needed that the Internet has become a real market, the arrival of tax avoidance is surely it.
aa) Throwing money at the problem is surely not the way to convince people of sincerity.
ab) It was difficult, to be sure, but somehow we managed to finish the job.
ac) If we truly believe we can win, then we have a very good chance at doing it.
ad) Undoubtedly, public interest in folk music has declined.
ae) Sally was without doubt one of the finest swimmers in the school.