Conjunctive Adverb - Examples


Independent clauses:

  • He can leap tall buildings in a single bound; furthermore, Dwight Schrute is a hog.
  • He can leap tall buildings in a single bound. Furthermore, Dwight Schrute is a hog.
  • Bret enjoys video games; therefore, he is a crazy nerd.
  • Bret enjoys video games. He is a crazy nerd.
  • He went to the store; however, he did not buy anything.
  • He went to the store. He did not buy anything.
  • Stephanie lent me a barrel of pickled plums; consequently, she is my girlfriend.
  • Stephanie lent me a barrel of pickled plums. She is consequently my friend.
  • I sat down alongside Adam; henceforth, he sang.
  • Elaine wanted to high-five the friendly giant; consequently, she had to jump to reach him.
  • I walked to the store, and then I decided to go to the park.

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