Conjunctive adverbs can be used to join two sentences together. Unlike a subordinating clause (words like since, because, although), a conjunctive adverb’s flexibility lets you move it around in a sentence. This allows a writer to change the rhythm of a sentence.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It seems easy to identify the verb in a sentence: look for the action word, and you’ve found the verb. Unfortunately, there are several imposters. If you aren’t careful, they can fool you into thinking they function as the verb. These three imposters—gerunds, infinitives, and … Read more