Feb 1, 2013 ... The question I get asked most frequently about however is whether it is OK to use
however at the beginning of a sentence, and the answer is ...
An old-fashioned rule was that you shouldn't start a sentence with however, but ...
When you use however at the beginning of a sentence, use a comma after it.
However, if you would like a smoother transition between the first sentence and
the one starting with the transitional phrase, you can use a semicolon before the
This isn't a question. I wanted to share with the community some information I've
found on the proper usage of "however." It's often a word that ...
Feb 21, 2013 ... There are three and a half different ways to use however*. ... These two
grammatically correct sentences differ only in whether we followed the ...
Writers often err when using words like however, furthermore, therefore, thus,
consequently, and ... and Similar Words · How the Writing Center Can Help with
Grammar ... The problem occurs when writers use these words to conjoin
Use conjunctive adverbs (or sentence adverbs) to: ... also; however; otherwise;
consequently; indeed; similarly; finally; likewise; then; furthermore; moreover ...
Sep 16, 2013 ... The writer overlooks the fact that adverbs also modify adjectives and that should
be an element in his discussion of the correct use of “however” ...
Use a semicolon before such words and terms as namely, however, therefore,
that is, i.e., for example, e.g., for instance, etc., when they introduce a complete ...
Ten common grammar errors: avoid them and your chances of making a
grammar mistake drop ... (If you put "however" in mid-sentence, there's a high
chance of making a grammar mistake.) ... If you have the slightest doubt, use the