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A conjunct adverb is used to make a sentence flow from one section or idea to another. A very common use of a conjunct is in ‘If...then...’ sentences, like this one:

If dinosaurs were still around today, then I would be reluctant to go camping.

See how this adverb allows the reader to easily move from the first part of the sentence, talking about dinosaurs being around nowadays, to the second part, talking about my reaction to the first part of the sentence.