used to fix a run-on sentence, has a semi colon before and a comma following.
Examples: accordingly, also, besides
consequently, conversely, finally, furthermore, hence, however, indeed, instead, likewise, meanwhile
moreover, nevertheless, next, nonetheless, otherwise, similarly, still, subsequently, then, therefore, thus
A ____ can join two main clauses. In this situation, the ____behaves like a coordinating conjunction, connecting two complete ideas. Notice, however, that you need a semicolon, not a comma, to connect the two clauses here. Example: "The dark skies and distant thunder dissuaded Clarice from her afternoon run; moreover, she had thirty calculus problems to solve for her morning class."