Conjunctions – Therefore, But, Despite, Unlike

Conjunctions – Therefore, But, Despite, Unlike;




 

Conjunctions - Therefore, But, Despite, Unlike



THEREFORE BUT
Therefore is a conjunctive adverbs. You can use it as a transition word in sentences. But is used to join two ideas that are opposites.
•Mary studied hard for the chemistry exam. Therefore, she got an A+.

•I’m sleepy. Therefore, I’m going to bed.

•I am very hungry, but the fridge is empty.

•I love dogs, but I hate cats.



DESPITE UNLIKE
Despite is used to introduce a fact that is in sharp contrast with another fact. Unlike means different from, not similar to.
Despite all her faults, everybody likes him.

•Our vacation was a lot of fun, despite the hot weather.

•Jack is completely unlike his father.

•For this house was different, unlike any I’d seen.

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