conjunctions

Anahishamgo 2020-05-09 01:13:06
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Because is a subordinating conjunction. It shows the cause. So is a coordinating conjunction. It shows the effect.

We can combine two clauses using because and so.

Study the example given below.

Susie didn’t attend the party. She was not invited.

We can combine these two clauses in two different ways.

Susie didn’t attend the party because she was not invited.
Susie was not invited, so she did not attend the party.

The above downloadable teaching material was created for at Elementary (A1) level. It is valuable for practising Clauses of reason (e.g. because, because of, due to, as, since) in English, and is useful for improving your class' Speaking skills. It features the theme of Humor.
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