Conjunctive adverbs are parts of speech that are used to connect one clause to another. They are also used to show sequence, contrast, cause and effect, and other relationships.
Like other adverbs, conjunctive adverbs may be moved around in the sentence or clause in which they appear. This is just one of the things you'll need to remember; additional rules for using conjunctive adverbs follow:
The conjunctive adverbs in the following examples are in bold for easy identification.