What are Conjunctive Adverbs?

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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.

Want to learn more? See our post about conjunctive adverbs. Want to practice finding conjunctive adverbs. Take our Quiz. And What is Grammar discusses the differences between rules and grammar.

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