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Παρασκευή, 20 Σεπτεμβρίου 2013

Causes and consequences

Causes and consequences in English

Expressing causes and consequences in English
Causes and consequences in English

- She’s laughing so much because the play was so funny.
- I’m sorry you’ve got a problem because of me.
- She felt all the more excited because he had talked to her.
- The cause of this problem we’re all facing is totally financial.
- I couldn’t understand anything, because of the strange words he used.
- It’s my Dad’s house; this is the reason why I don’t pay any rent.
- It is for this reason that she never looks at you in your eyes.
- He wasn’t well-paid, that’s why he left that job.
- Let me explain why I’ve decided to stay.
- everybody knows that he did it out of fear.
- Given the situation, we’ll stay in Canada for another month.
- Judging by what is written here, you can’t be held responsible.
- It is due to your lack of understanding.
- As long as you care about your mother, why don’t you visit her in her new apartment?
- Inasmuch as you did a great job, I will give you something very special at the end of the day.
- He was released, on account of his good behaviour.
- Thanks to her authority, things went well.
- Since it is a new contract, we have to be very precise.
- As the plane was late, we stayed in the airport for five hours.
- Owing to their youth, we asked for their parents’ permission.
- Following the war, the price of petrol has gone up.
- I can’t buy it, for lack of cash.
- She thought it was a good book; therefore, she bought it.
- You don’t work enough, so, you can’t be rewarded.
- The result was negative; thus, she felt relieved.
- She has serious health problems; consequently, she can’t live normally.
- As a consequence, he was fired.
- They check all the passports, as a result of possible terrorist attacks.
- She was so upset that she couldn’t speak.
- He makes such mistakes that nobody trusts him.

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