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Complete with a suitable discourse markers
My marks have been improving steadily.______I have had several successes on the sports field.

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    Many things could go into that blank space. How has "discourse marker" been defined/explained?

    I could put any of these in that blank, each one providing a different meaning:

    In addition, ...
    Therefore, ...
    Nevertheless, ...

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