Sentence connector

a word or phrase that introduces a clause or sentence and serves as a transition between it and a previous clause or sentence, as for example also in I’m buying eggs and also I’m looking for a dessert for tonight. It may be preceded by a coordinating conjunction such as and in the above example


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