Conjunctions - And, Therefore, However, Consequently

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An English teacher explains how to use the conjunction “and”

An English teacher explains how to use the conjunctive adverb “therefore” in a few sentences.

This video shows how the transition word, “however” is used between two clauses. It can go at the beginning of a sentence, but it’s usually in the middle. It also is used to say that something will be done in whatever way possible.

An English teacher explains how to use the word “consequently.”

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