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It’s best at the beginning of sentences, when giving directions or when recounting a series of events. (Next, I prepare the cherry pie.)An easy way to remember this one (yet another in the series of your basic transition words), is that is the sequel or “the next one” in French. Translation: Then(the end) of something, but is also an interjection—a filler word, if you will.
It’s a useful piece of vocab when delving into French book series and films, and this transition word is obviously useful for continuing a series of events or directions you may be giving. It can mean “well,” “all in all,” “I mean” or “at least.” It’s a multi-edged sword.