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  1. mag
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    howver as conjunction

    Can 'however' be used as a conjunction after a comma, as in
    'It was an excellent movie and the special effects were amazing, however it was not as good as the original.'

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    Re: howver as conjunction

    You will see it used that way, but many would say it is not right and 'however' should come after a full stop or a semi-colon.

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