1. expressing cause and effect

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(Prepositions)
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(Conjunctions)
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(Transition words for different purposes)
e.g.: 
a. coordinators: so, for
b. paired subordinators: so...that, such...that
c. subordinators: because, since, now that, as, in order, as long as, inasmuch, because of, due to, owing to, so that, in order that, if only because
d. transitions: therefore, consequently, as a consequence, as a result, thus, hence, accordingly, because of, due to, therefore, consequently, so...that, such...that  (reference: http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/9-10.html)


Cause and Effect Dependent Words
source: F. Wentworth

Academic English vocabulary for "cause and effect"
source: 
Sam Tabbakh

Because / Because of
source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline  2008-08-22
due to
therefore
consequently

so (When to use commas with AND, BUT, OR, FOR, SO, YET...)
source: 
AlexESLvid

FCE LINKING WORDS (for contrast & comparison / cause & effect)
source: MrSkypelessons  2014年6月30日
Words such as 'due to'', 'consequently', 'so as', 'nevertheless', 'despite', 'although' and many others are examined in terms of their meaning and function.
http://www.skype-lessons.com/blog/
QUIZ: http://www.skype-lessons.com/blog/fce...

How to use SO & SO THAT
source: English Lessons with Adam    2015年3月6日
Take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/english-grammar...

Transitions - therefore, thus, consequently
source: English Lessons with Adam      2013年6月11日
take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/writing-transit...

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