Conjunctive Adverb List & Flashcards

Conjunctive Adverb List & Flashcards
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Sue Ellen wants to join us at the movies; therefore, let's get tickets in advance.

Therefore
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Brandon was unsure about how the math test would go. Now, he feels much more confident.

Now
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Rachel had trouble on the test. Similarly, Georgie found it unusually difficult.

Similarly
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Simon is coming home to visit, finally!

Finally
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Ross came in very distracted; however, he did stop to pet the cat.

However
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Ross came in very distracted. He did stop to pet the cat, however.

However
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Ross came in very distracted. He did, however, stop to pet the cat.

However
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

She kept thinking about the necklace. Incidentally, she uncovered the reason a few months later.

Incidentally
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

What an idea, indeed!

Indeed
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Eliza studied all night for the test. Moreover, she led a study session for her classmates at the library.

Moreover
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Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Tammy just ate lunch; nonetheless, she wants an ice cream cone now.

Nonetheless
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A group of words that does include both subject and verb is called a _____.
Clause
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A group of words that is missing a subject and/or verb is called a _____.
Phrase
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Conjunctive adverb
A word that creates a transition between two parts of a sentence
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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set is designed to help a grammar student to learn about conjunctive adverbs. The set reviews a variety of examples to show all of the ways that a conjunctive adverb can be used in a sentence: as an ending word, with a semicolon, to introduce a sentence, or midstream. Flip through these flashcards for practice identifying conjunctive adverbs in the many different ways they can be used!

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Conjunctive adverb
A word that creates a transition between two parts of a sentence
A group of words that is missing a subject and/or verb is called a _____.
Phrase
A group of words that does include both subject and verb is called a _____.
Clause

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Tammy just ate lunch; nonetheless, she wants an ice cream cone now.

Nonetheless

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Eliza studied all night for the test. Moreover, she led a study session for her classmates at the library.

Moreover

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

What an idea, indeed!

Indeed

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

She kept thinking about the necklace. Incidentally, she uncovered the reason a few months later.

Incidentally

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Ross came in very distracted. He did, however, stop to pet the cat.

However

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Ross came in very distracted. He did stop to pet the cat, however.

However

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Ross came in very distracted; however, he did stop to pet the cat.

However

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Simon is coming home to visit, finally!

Finally

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Rachel had trouble on the test. Similarly, Georgie found it unusually difficult.

Similarly

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Brandon was unsure about how the math test would go. Now, he feels much more confident.

Now

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Sue Ellen wants to join us at the movies; therefore, let's get tickets in advance.

Therefore

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Jake left the door open. Meanwhile, bugs are flying into the house.

Meanwhile

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

I encouraged him not to go, still, he went.

Still

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

We left the sled out and, consequently, it was stolen.

Consequently

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Let's put the sled in the garage next time, instead.

Instead

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Sorry to hear about your flat tire. Otherwise, how is your day going?

Otherwise

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

The teacher said to put everything away, thus we knew a pop quiz was coming.

Thus

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Marty wasn't sure if he loved the sweater; besides, it cost more than he wanted to spend.

Besides

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

This morning Kelsea did not want her book back; however, this afternoon she does.

However

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Since I forgot my lunch money, I will therefore need to ask friends to share their lunch with me.

Therefore

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

You are welcome, certainly, to our party this weekend.

Certainly

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentences below:

Bertie wants to get a pretzel. Also, she wants to get a smoothie.

Also

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

Thomas no longer wants pizza; instead, he'd prefer to get burgers.

Instead

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

The sundial, now, is casting a shadow to the left.

Now

Identify the conjunctive adverb in the sentence below:

They worked all day; finally, they reached a good stopping point.

Finally

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