SAT/ACT: But vs. However

Generally, if two transition words have similar meanings, they can’t both be right. But remember that parts of speech matter. “However” is an adverb, specifically, a conjunctive adverb. It cannot join two independent clauses with a comma alone. A period or semicolon is required for two independent clauses. Sometimes a colon will work: This sentence …

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