User talk:Flipping Mackerel
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Thanks for those good changes at schadenfreude
However is a conjunctive adverb, so it can be used to join two phrases. (Maimon, Elaine (2010). The Brief McGraw-Hill Handbook. New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 527.) cheers --Guerillero | My Talk 03:17, 17 January 2011 (UTC)
- Yes, but a conjunctive adverb is not used in the same way as a conjunction.
- 1. "However", as a conjunctive adverb, modifies a clause, not introduces one: "He knew a great multitude of things about her; however, he did not know her middle name."
- 2. (This is not to be confused with the second meaning of "however" -- namely, "regardless of the large amount of" -- which is employed in a deceptively similar way to a conjunction: "He did not know her middle name, however many other things he knew about her.")
- 3. The following incorrect usage has the first meaning; it is mistakenly being used as a conjunction: "He knew a great multitude of things about her, however he did not know her middle name."
- That last usage is, unfortunately, the most common and the one I correct with the note "However is not a conjunction".
- It's interesting to note that a recent trend is to mistake all conjunctive adverbs for conjunctions ("He knew a great multitude of things about her, accordingly he knew her middle name"); however, "however" suffers most frequently. Flipping Mackerel (talk) 13:21, 17 January 2011 (UTC)
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