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    In The Sentence: Therefore, We'll Wait Until Later. "Therefore" Is Defined As What In Grammatical Terms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBC
    In The Sentence: Therefore, We'll Wait Until Later. "Therefore" Is Defined As What In Grammatical Terms?
    Hi there,

    It's called a discourse marker and we have plenty of those. Their purpose is to make a connection between something that has been already said and something that is to follow that. This particular one is known as a logical consequence marker.

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