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    consequentially/consequently?

    is there a big difference between consequentially and consequently?

    in context

    she gives examples that illustrate the problems that unemployed people have that consequentially stir up the reader's emotions

    can i write it like that?

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    Re: consequentially/consequently?

    Consequently = as a result
    Consequentially = having consequence(s)

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