However much thought you have given your statement, you may find you are mistaken if you resort to categorical generalities.
--> It is possible to construct at least this sentence where a comma after "however" would be quite incorrect....
Looking at the words in the list, this applies for however, therefore and besides. Thus is a little different.
Thus we shall discover that panj does not fully understand what to call that set of words "However hungry you feel".
Do I have to put a comma after an adverb begining a sentence?
My attempt: "Therefore, we can easily understand that adverting is a mirror of the society. "
Thanks a lot!
However you commonly see however without a comma at the beginning of a sentence, even when it is functioning as an 'adversative adverb', and even in reputable sources. See here http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4346624.stm However he said that if... I think that the less this however is emphasized, the less of a gap you put in speech after it, and the less this gap is reflected in writing with a comma.Ok, whenever 'however' is used on its own as an 'adversative adverb' (can you have 'adversative adverbs' like you can have adversative conjunctions?) at the beginning of a sentence, you need a comma after it!