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A presentation about the main connectors of reason, result, contrast and purpose.

A presentation about the main connectors of reason, result, contrast and purpose.

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  • 1. CONNECTORS REASON, RESULT, CONTRAST, PURPOSE
  • 2.  REASON: My flight was delayed because the weather was bad.  RESULT: The weather was bad so my flight was delayed  CONTRAST: The car is old but it is still reliable  PURPOSE: Stuart phoned me to invite me to his birthday party
  • 3. REASON  because / since / as + clause My flight was delayed because/as/since the weather was bad As if often used at the beginning: As the weather was bad, my flight was delayed Since is more formal  because of /due to /owing to + noun My flight was delayed because of/due to/owing to the bad weather Due to and owing to are more formal
  • 4. RESULT  so The weather was bad so my flight was delayed  Consequently, / As a result, / Therefore, The weather was bad. Consequently,/As a result,/Therefore, my flight was delayed
  • 5. RESULT  so + adjective/adverb + that The storm was so terrible that the roofs were ripped off.  such + (a) + adjective + noun It was such a boring film that I fell asleep They were such working people that they soon got promoted
  • 6. CONTRAST  but He was ill but he went to work  Yet He was ill, yet he went to work Yet is more formal/literary  However, / Nevertheless, He was ill. However,/Nevertheless, he went to work. Nevertheless is more formal
  • 7. CONTRAST  Although + clause Although he was ill, he went to work Even though (more formal) & Though (more informal) are other options for although  Despite / In spite of + ing Despite being ill, he went to work + noun Despite his illness, he went to work + the fact that + clause Despite the fact that he was ill, he went to work
  • 8. PURPOSE  to / in order (not) to / so as (not) to + infinitive He went to London to/in order to/so as to learn English. He came in the room very quietly so as not to/in order not to wake me up.  so (that) + clause He came in the room very quietly so (that) he didn’t wake me up.