Do you need to write a lot of essays in Spanish? If you do, don’t worry. It's about to get a little bit easier for you because here in this article, we’ve listed down useful Spanish essay phrases that you can readily use in your essays.
Feel free to pepper your essays with the words and expressions from this list. It would certainly elevate your essays and impress your teachers.
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|Spanish Essay Phrase||English Translation|
|1||para empezar||to begin with|
|2||en primer lugar||in the first place|
|3||al principio||in the beginning|
|4||como punto de partida||as a point of departure|
|5||por un lado||on the one hand|
|6||para continuar||to continue|
|9||además||in addition; also; moreover|
|13||después de (+ infinitivo)||after|
|16||antes de (+ infinitivo)||before|
|18||a pesar de (+ infinitivo)||in spite of|
|19||aunque||even though; even if|
|21||en cambio||on the other hand|
|22||por otra parte||on the other hand|
|23||por otro lado||on the other hand|
|24||sino que; sino||but (rather)|
|25||en realidad||in reality; really|
|26||hay que tomar en cuenta||you have to take into account|
|27||lo importante es||the important thing is|
|29||por lo tanto||therefore|
|32||para ilustrar||to illustrate|
|33||por ejemplo||for example|
|34||a causa de||because of|
|35||en conclusión||in conclusion|
|36||en fin||in short|
|38||en resumen||in summary; to summarize|
|39||para concluir||to conclude|
|40||para terminar||to conclude|
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