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Adverbs connecting sentences

Adverbs connecting sentences have like that co-ordinating conjunctions (position 0) the task of establishing a relationship (temporal, local, causal, etc.) between two Main clauses to manufacture. At the same time they introduce the second law.
The two main clauses are replaced by either a comma or by one Point separated from each other. Adverbs that combine sentences are usually added on position 1 , but can also be in position 3 or 4 (less often). Examples:

  • Karl loves Annemarie. Therefore he invites her to do something every day.
  • Karl loves Annemarie. He invites them therefore for something every day.
  • The children go to bed. Before brush your teeth.
  • The children go to bed. You clean yourself before the teeth.
  • Meyers go to the North Sea. There they like it best.
  • Meyers go to the North Sea. They like it There preferably.
  • It's raining cats and dogs. Nevertheless the man goes outside without an umbrella.
  • It's raining cats and dogs. The man is leaving Nevertheless outside without an umbrella.

 

If the sentence-connecting adverb is not to be in position 1, it will follow the subject and the verb on Position 3 posed. Are further in the sentence pronoun used, these are set to position 3, the sentence-connecting adverb then shifts to Position 4.