What are conjunctive adverbs?

Conjunctive adverbs are used to connect sentences or independent clauses and show the relationship between them. 

Conjunctive adverbs can show cause and effect, sequence, contrast or other relationships.


Katie kept bothering her younger sister; therefore, she got told off.


Below is a list of common conjunctive adverbs:

After all, instead, meanwhile, finally, for example, likewise, hence, however, in addition, in fact, as a result, consequently, incidentally, indeed, furthermore.


Below is an example of the type of question you will be asked in this level.

Choose the best conjunctive adverb to complete the sentence.

Robert had a great time at the paintball match; ______, he recommends everyone try it at least once in their life.

(therefore/ nonetheless)

The correct answer is therefore.