What are adverbials?
Adverbials modify verbs or clauses; they can be adverbs, phrases or clauses. Adverbials can be used to create cohesion within and across paragraphs.
Adverbials can be found anywhere in a sentence; however, if they are found at the start, they are called fronted adverbials. They are followed by a comma.
Sometimes, I brush my teeth three times a day. Courageously, she took the final step.
In a blink of an eye, she was gone.
A sentence or clause can have more than one adverbial.
E.g Almost every evening, she studies hard in her bedroom.
as a result subsequently therefore in contrast on the other hand despite this with the exception of in fact
in other words most importantly
to clarify to summarise