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Connecting Words IIConjunctive AdverbsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudience: English language learnersPrepar...
Conjunctive AdverbsTransitional wordsWords of transitionConnecting wordsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudienc...
Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they?How many are there?
Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they?Function wordsSpecific Purpose:connect sentences
Conjunctive AdverbsHow many are there?Quite a few!Each has a differentpurpose
Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are some examples?Common examples:However ThereforeOtherwise Furthermore
Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He attended the meeting;however, he did notparticipate.HoweverThereforeZZZmeeting
Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He is allergic to nuts;otherwise, he would trythe peanut butter cake.ThereforeOtherwise
Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He took notes at themeeting; therefore, he hasthe information.ThereforeTherefore
Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He attended the entiremeeting; furthermore, hetook detailed notes.ThereforeFurthermore
Conjunctive AdverbsMore examples?Moreover,In addition,As a result,Consequently,ThereforeAndmanymore…
Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they for?Connect sentencesProvide a smooth read
Conjunctive AdverbsWhat else? They show:Cause & effectComparison & contrastSequenceOther connections
Conjunctive AdverbsWhy is this important?Provide smooth transitionThey worked hard allweekend; as a result, theywere too...
Conjunctive AdverbsHow will they help me?Build stronger sentencesShow smoother connectionImprove your writing
Conjunctive AdverbsHow can I use them?She came, but she did not see me orshe came; however, she did not see me.He studie...
Conjunctive AdverbsHow can I use other examples?She has to study, or she will fail or shehas to study; otherwise, she wil...
Conjunctive AdverbsCause & EffectComparison & ContrastSequenceOther connectionsWork in progress: SlideShare on Connect...
Connecting Words IIConjunctive AdverbsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudience: English language learnersPrepar...
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English Grammar: Conjunctive Adverbs

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR - CONNECTING WORDS: CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS
English Language learners: This is a 19-slide presentation to help you recognize and use conjunctive adverbs, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – April, 2013)

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English Grammar: Conjunctive Adverbs

  1. 1. Connecting Words IIConjunctive AdverbsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages - April, 2013sentence sentencePhoto: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArtHowever / Therefore / Moreover / Furthermore / etc.
  2. 2. Conjunctive AdverbsTransitional wordsWords of transitionConnecting wordsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages April, 2013Photo: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArt
  3. 3. Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they?How many are there?
  4. 4. Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they?Function wordsSpecific Purpose:connect sentences
  5. 5. Conjunctive AdverbsHow many are there?Quite a few!Each has a differentpurpose
  6. 6. Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are some examples?Common examples:However ThereforeOtherwise Furthermore
  7. 7. Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He attended the meeting;however, he did notparticipate.HoweverThereforeZZZmeeting
  8. 8. Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He is allergic to nuts;otherwise, he would trythe peanut butter cake.ThereforeOtherwise
  9. 9. Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He took notes at themeeting; therefore, he hasthe information.ThereforeTherefore
  10. 10. Conjunctive AdverbsExample?He attended the entiremeeting; furthermore, hetook detailed notes.ThereforeFurthermore
  11. 11. Conjunctive AdverbsMore examples?Moreover,In addition,As a result,Consequently,ThereforeAndmanymore…
  12. 12. Conjunctive AdverbsWhat are they for?Connect sentencesProvide a smooth read
  13. 13. Conjunctive AdverbsWhat else? They show:Cause & effectComparison & contrastSequenceOther connections
  14. 14. Conjunctive AdverbsWhy is this important?Provide smooth transitionThey worked hard allweekend; as a result, theywere too tired to go out.
  15. 15. Conjunctive AdverbsHow will they help me?Build stronger sentencesShow smoother connectionImprove your writing
  16. 16. Conjunctive AdverbsHow can I use them?She came, but she did not see me orshe came; however, she did not see me.He studied hard, so he passed orhe studied hard; therefore, he passed.Suggestion: visit the SlideShare on Connecting Words part I: conjunctions
  17. 17. Conjunctive AdverbsHow can I use other examples?She has to study, or she will fail or shehas to study; otherwise, she will fail.He studied hard, and he passed or hestudied hard; furthermore, he passed.Suggestion: visit the SlideShare on Connecting Words part I: conjunctions
  18. 18. Conjunctive AdverbsCause & EffectComparison & ContrastSequenceOther connectionsWork in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part III: comparison & contrast, etc.
  19. 19. Connecting Words IIConjunctive AdverbsTopic: English Grammar: conjunctive adverbsAudience: English language learnersPrepared by: G&R Languages - April, 2013sentence sentencePhoto: courtesy of RZPImages: courtesy of ClipArtThankyou!

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