The Mobility of Conjunctive Adverbs

Conjunctive adverbs link ideas without structurally joining sentences. Conjunctions and prepositions, which do join structures, stand in front of word groups to indicate that what follows them hooks onto something else. Conjunctive adverbs, on the other hand, float within a sentence, relating its meaning but not its structure to the preceding sentence. Below, on the left, is the first sentence in a pair. The second sentence is scrambled in the window to the right of that first sentence. The parenthesized expression is the conjunctive adverb.

Instructions: Rearrange the scrambled words and phrases so as to make sense. Don't forget to place the period. Read all variations of the sentence after checking your response.

You are to construct a sentence to follow this one:

The grace period has expired.