The use of a word or a pronoun referring to or replacing a word used earlier in a sentence, to
avoid repetition, such as He in John`s car is fast. He bought it last year.
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses.
The use of a pronoun or other linguistic unit to refer ahead to another word in a sentence
(i.e., the referent). Adjective: cataphoric.
A few weeks before he died, my father gave me an old cigar box filled with faded letters.
Conjunctions like and , but , also etc.
Same word is repeated in text, such as school-school.
Synonyms are used in text, such as teacher-tutor-instructor.
Same phrase is repeated, such as at the conference-on campus-beyond belief.
Academic Lexical Phrases are the most frequently used phrases in academic discourse.
These phrases are based on academic corpora, millions of words used in academic writing.