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ADVERB
Types of Adverb Adverb of Time Adverb of Frequency Adverb of Place
Adverb of Manner Adverb of Quality Adverb of Reason Adverb of Duration
Adverb of Affirmation Adverb of Conjunction Relative Adverbs Interrogative Adverbs
Degree of Comparison Positive-Comparative-Superlative Formation of Adverb
ADVERB OF COJUNCTION

The word which is used to connect ideas or clauses is called adverbs of conjunctions, they are used to show consequence or effect or the relation between the two clauses. To use these Adverbs to conjugate two clauses you need to use a semicolon (;) to connect them.

Clause 1: He was going for an important deal.
Clause 2: He made sure he reached on time.

He was going for an important deal; accordingly, he made sure he reached on time.

A few other Adverbs of Conjunction are:

However : Yet, on the other hand, in spite of
Consequently : As a result, resulting in
Moreover : Beside, in addition
Conversely : Opposite of, contrary to

 
Uses of adverb of conjunction
Examples
  However
In whatever manner or way: however he did it, it was very clever.
We have not yet won; however, we shall keep trying.
Having a car can be very convenient; however, it's expensive to buy.
  Consequently
There has been a great deal of rain; consequently the reservoirs are full.
Neel studied well; consequently, he found a very good job after his study.
Foster decided not to use a map; consequently, he got lost.
  Moreover
I wanted all these things; moreover I wanted them all done correctly.
The cameras will deter potential criminals; moreover, they will help police when a crime actually is committed.
My wife is an extremely intelligent person; moreover, she is completely generous in the giving of her time.
  Conversely
All fathers are men; conversely, not all men are fathers.
We provide tech-support seven days a week; conversely, our competitors only provide tech-support six days a week.
Some wrong answers were marked right and, conversely, some right answers had been rejected.
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Types of Adverb Adverb of Time Adverb of Frequency Adverb of Place
Adverb of Manner Adverb of Quality Adverb of Reason Adverb of Duration
Adverb of Affirmation Adverb of Conjunction Relative Adverbs Interrogative Adverbs
Degree of Comparison Positive-Comparative-Superlative Formation of Adverb