(1)When you are in need of help, give me a call.
(2)Wherever you go, I follow.
(3)Since your children love hamburgers and fries, we might as well eat in MacDonald.
(4)As if it were summer, everybody wear shorts and a T-shirt.
(5)In case that you get lost, call me at this number.
(1)Luckily, he didn’t know my phone number; otherwise, he would bother me.
(2)Incredibly, Helena got straight A in her school report this semester.
(3)Interestingly, cats and dogs can hardly get along well in a house.
这些副词大多数表示说话人对全句的看法，在意思上相等与 “It is ... 形容词that ...” 。
e.g:Obviously, he is nervous about the test. =It is obvious that he is nervous about the test.
Unfortunately, he tripped over and fell in the mud. =It is unfortunate that he tripped over and fell in the mud.
(1)Hurriedly, the man drew me a scratch map to show me the direction.
(2)Dangerously, the drunkard sped down the street.
(3)Slowly and gently, snowflakes were drifting down from the sky.
Geographically, Canada is the biggest country in the world.
Financially, she is independent, but emotionally she is dependent.
1、Strangely enough, Jennifer does not enjoy sunshine and beach.
2、Generally speaking, winter in Vancouver is gloomy.
(1)no wonder no doubt
(2)in other words in my opinion
(3)in conclusion in fact
(4)as a matter of fact