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I think they do, but can someone tell me if these 3 sentences contain conjunctive adverbs:
It is one thing to have a baseball card from that era; undoubtedly, to have the opportunity to see Wagner play, though, that would be a real treat for us both.
You and I, however, should get together very soon and talk about those times when we played baseball together when I was a kid; certainly, memories like those, they last forever. &
The past is a precious thing, you always told me to remember that; nonetheless, I feel like the future is just as important.

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  1. Yes. All three sentences contain conjunctive adverbs.

    http://www.engl.niu.edu/wac/conjadv.html

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  2. Thank you Ms. Sue for helping me.

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  3. You're welcome, Mike.

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