Grammar Builder Exercise – Useful Sentence Structures to Show Consequences
Exercise: Complete the following example sentences, which show consequences of events and actions, with your own words and ideas.
1, As a result of/ Thanks to/ Due to/ Because of A, B happens/ is triggered/ grows.
Example: As a result of the increase in the number of private vehicles, … .
2, A is one of the major reasons why B is happening/ growing/ developing.
Example: The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the major reasons why … is growing.
3, A started/ was initiated; therefore, B was caused/ followed.
Example: The digital revolution started; therefore, … followed.
4, B is an inevitable result/ aftermath/ outcome of A.
Example: … is an inevitable outcome of allowing kids to play computer games from very early ages.
5, Because/ As/ Since A happens/ grows/ develops, B follows.
Example: Because the number of rural area residents who move to big cities to look for jobs grows, … follows.
6, The emergence of A results in the birth of B.
Example: The emergence of performance-based culture in the workplace results in … .
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