We have many different sizes of this shirt; however, it comes in only one color.
Some examples of conjunctive adverbs are: accordingly, also, besides, consequently, finally, however, indeed, instead, likewise, meanwhile, moreover, nevertheless, next, otherwise, still, therefore, then, etc.
Conjunctive adverbs look like coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or, so, for, yet, nor); however, they are not as strong as coordinating conjunctions and they are punctuated differently.
A conjunctive adverb is also used in a single main clause. In this case, a comma (,) is used to separate the conjunctive adverb from the sentence.
Q. Choose the right conjunctive adverb for the sentence.
(i) Hurry up; ____, you will be late for the train.
(ii) I studied hard for the exam; ____ , I failed.
(iii) Tom is a sportsman; ____ , his brother Tom is athletic.
(iv) He didn’t go to college. ____ , he started his own business.
(v) He is not good-looking. ____ , he is popular among girls.