CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS (Contrast, Condition, Comparison, Result)Mei 9, 2013
a. Conjunctive adverbs of Contrast : When a sentence shows an unexpected result of another sentence.
=> However : showing general contrasts, used when you are saying something that is different from or contrasts with a previous statement. Example : Rosa had the flu and should have stayed home;however, she went to school.
=> Nevertheless : showing unexpected results, in spite of what has just been said. Example : Rian didn’t study and had poor notes from the class lectures; nevertheless, he got a high mark on the test.
=> Still : showing unexpected results. Example : Dip had a flat tire and traffic was very heavy; still, he made it to work on time.
b. Conjunctive adverbs of Condition : The conjunctive adverb means “if not”, it’s used when the second sentence shows the result if the first sentence doesn’t happen.
=> Otherwise : means in a different way or manner. Example : Be ready in three minutes; otherwise I’ll leave without you.
c. Conjuctive adverbs of Comparison : To compare things.
=> Likewise : means “in the same way”. Example : I love my mother; likewise, I love myself.
d. Conjunctive adverbs of Result : To explain result at that time at the same time besides.
=> Therefore : means for that reason or cause. Example : She studied hard; therefore, she got 1st rank in tournament.
=> Consequently : means something that results from an event. Example : Rika is a wonderful teacher; consequently, many parents want their children in her classroom.
=> Accordingly : means correspondingly Example : It rained very hard; accordingly, the basketball game was canceled.
=> Hence : means “so”. Example : He always go to work early; hence, he never late.
=> Thus : means “so”. Example : Marni is a diligent student; thus, she has a lot of friends.