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Cause and effect

Cause and effect is a function of numerous content subject areas. When we talk about the cause of an event, we are referring to ’why’ or ’how’ something happened. When we talk about the effect which is brought about by the event, we are referring to ’what’ happened. Here, Keith Kelly gives a bird’s eye view of the language of cause and effect for different subject areas.

Inside Cause and effect

  • Cause and effect: Geography

    Author: Keith Kelly Type: Word list

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of cause and effect from the area of geography, covering verb phrases, noun phrases and connectors, such as adverbs and conjunctions.

  • Cause and effect: Science

    Author: Keith Kelly Type: Word list

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of cause and effect from the area of science, covering verb phrases, noun phrases and connectors, such as adverbs and conjunctions.

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