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Conjunctive Adverbs


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also
in addition
as a result
I have been under a lot of pressure lately; _______, I'm in a bad mood.
consequently
as a result of something
Finally
in the end, at last
for example
for instance [gives a supporting fact]
furthermore
in addition; giving more information
however
on the other hand_______shows some "opposite" info is coming
in addition
To give more info
indeed
without a doubt
in fact
used for saying what is really true, when this is surprising or different from what people think
instead
in place of someone or something
moreover
used before a statement that is connected to what you have just said and adds something to it
meanwhile
at the same time but in another place
nevertheless
in spite of that; even so; despite that
next
immediately following in time or order
otherwise
Amy should consult her superviser about the dispute with the client;otherwise ,the situation will only deteriorate.
similarly
in the same way, in a like manner.
then
next in order of time:
therefore
for that reason, as a result, consequently
thus
The universities have expanded; thus, allowing many more people the chance of higher education.
also
add a similar idea
besides
add a similar idea
furthermore
add a similar idea
in addition
add a similar idea
moreover
add a similar idea
however
add an unexpected or surprising condition
nevertheless
add an unexpected or surprising condition
nonetheless
add an unexpected or surprising condition
still
add an unexpected or surprising condition
in contrast
add a complete contrast
on the other hand
add a complete contrast
as a result
add a result
consequently
add a result
therefore
add a result
thus
add a result
meanwhile
list ideas in order of time [during]
afterward
list ideas in order of time [first, second]
then
list ideas in order of time [first, second]
subsequently
list ideas in order of time [first, second]
for example
give an example
simarlarly
show similarities
likewise
show similarities
instead
show the opposite of what is expected.
on the contrary
show the opposite of what is expected.
rather
show the opposite of what is expected.
on the other hand
give another possibility
alternatively
give another possibility
otherwise
give another possibility [if not]
in other words
give another possibility
that is
give another possibility
indeed
make a stronger statement
in fact
make a stronger statement
however/nevertheless
I love roses; _______, I dislike daisies.
however/nevertheless
I like peanuts; _______, I am allergic to it.
furthermore/moreover
She's a good guitar player; _______, she could sing.
furthermore/moreover
He has a great personality; _______, he has a sense of humor.
consequently/thus/therefore
Samantha weighed 500 pounds; _______, she went on a diet.
consequently/thus/therefore
She broke her ankle; _______, she was sent to the hospital.
consequently/thus/therefore
The cup was very dirty; _______, I washed it with bleach.
otherwise
She shouldn't be late; _______, she'll miss the show.