If you want to say something with simple words, you can start your sentence with these words.
If you want to say something with simple words, you can start your sentence with these expressions:
- to put it simply
- put simply
- simply put
- just to clarify
- for clarity
- for the sake of clarity
- in layman's terms. A layman is a person who is not an expert in a particular field.
- To put it simply, every time you spend money, someone else receives it.
- Put simply, we cannot sell more items because there is not enough demand.
- Simply put, you don't have enough money to buy this house.
- Just to clarify, inflation means that prices go up.
- For clarity, only teachers can apply for this job.
- For the sake of clarity, the technical information has been put in annexes.
- In layman's terms, PHP is a programming language that is used to enter information, for example, a text field, and store it into a file.
- In layman's terms, any unmanned aircraft is a drone.
If you want to give further details about something you have just said, you can use the word "namely" or any of its synonyms:
- more precisely
- more exactly
- that is to say
If you just want to repeat something with different words, you can use the expression "in other words" or any of its synonyms:
- to rephrase it
- put it in another way
- another way to say it