What is a Conjunctive Adverb?

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A conjunctive adverb 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.

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Conjunctive adverbs are a class of adverbs that let you connect two sentences.

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