Is it okay to not put a verb after "be sure to"? "Transition" looks like not a verb.
While "transition" is often used as a noun, "transition" here is used as a verb. "Transition" here has the same meaning as "move". Because "transition" here refers to the act of "moving" the conversation, it is a verb. Here are some examples of "transition" used as a verb: Ex: I am going to transition to another school next month. Ex: My friend is transitioning to another department at her job.
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