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well Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
uniquely Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
undoubtedly Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
thus Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
therefore Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
thereafter Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
then Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
that is Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
still Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George
subsequently Joining Clauses

Conjunctive Adverbs in the middle of the sentence should only join independent clauses, and only with a semi colon before and a comma after:

  • The gods thundered in the heavens; furthermore, the mortals below cowered in fear. 
  • Dr. Wheeler is a grammar tyrant; thus, he requires correct punctuation
György Chityil - George