English grammar conjunctive adverbs cause and effect

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR
CONNECTING WORDS: CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS: CAUSE AND EFFECT
English Language learners: This is a 17-slide presentation to help you recognize and use conjunctive adverbs, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – July, 2013)

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English grammar conjunctive adverbs cause and effect

  1. 1. Connecting Words IV Cause and Effect Topic: Conjunctive adverbs: cause and effect Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - July, 2013 sentence sentence Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt So that / For this reason / As a consequence
  2. 2. Cause and Effect Common Expressions Topic: English Grammar: cause and effect Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - July, 2013 Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt Consequently / As a result / Because / Therefore, etc.
  3. 3. Cause “Signal’ Expressions For As Since Because
  4. 4. Cause More “signal” words As a result of Resulted from Due to
  5. 5. Cause We study hard because we wish to succeed. As we work so diligently, we will most likely be successful.
  6. 6. Cause Since we exercise daily, we will gradually build strong muscles. Our muscles are getting stronger, for we work out daily.
  7. 7. Effect “Signal” Expressions Therefore Thus As a consequence Consequently
  8. 8. Effect More “signal” words The reason for The cause of Will result in Have an effect on
  9. 9. Effect Her success in school came as a result of her hard work. She worked hard; therefore, she succeeded.
  10. 10. Effect He fell, and hurt himself as a consequence. He was very hurt; for this reason, he started to cry.
  11. 11. Cause and Effect I travel, so that I can see the world. Due to the fact that he, too, wants to see the world, he will also travel.
  12. 12. Cause and Effect I read a lot; consequently, I can write well. Because of the fact that I read often, I am able to write well.
  13. 13. Connecting Words What are they for? Connect sentences Provide a smooth read
  14. 14. Connecting Words What is their purpose? Comparison & contrast Cause & effect Sequence Work in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part V: Sequence
  15. 15. Connecting Words What can they do for me? Build strong sentences Show smooth connection Improve your writing
  16. 16. Conjunctive Adverbs Cause & effect Comparison & contrast Sequence Other connections Work in progress: SlideShare on Connecting Words part V: Sequence
  17. 17. Connecting Words IV Cause & Effect Topic: Conjunctive adverbs: cause and effect Audience: English language learners Prepared by: G&R Languages - July, 2013 sentence sentence Photo: courtesy of RZP Images: courtesy of ClipArt Thank you! Reasons and results C ause and effect

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