Conjunctive Adverbs

What Are Conjunctive Adverbs? (Video)

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A conjunctive adverb is a word that joins two sentences or independent clauses. 'However,' 'consequently,' and 'therefore' are common conjunctive adverbs. A conjunctive adverb provides a link between the ideas in the two sentences or clauses.

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