What is the difference between conjunctive adverbs and conjunctions? What are some examples?
an adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, and another adverb while a conjunction connects a word, a phrase or a clause.
an adverb functions as a conjunction when it connects two main clauses to provide a smooth transition between two ideas. Example: Francis was very tired working the whole day; therefore, he rested when he arrived home. Use a semi-colon after the first main clause. Other examples of a conjunctive adverb are hence, moreover, also...