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Adverbs of Reasons and Adverbs of cause

Adverbs of Reasons = Adverbs of Cause:

These adverbs express the reason for or a purpose of an action.

Examples:

Krishna was hence neglected by the teachers.

She thus opened the door applying little visible force.

He, therefore, does not want to talk to me.

The teacher is ill and therefore is unable to come to school.

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ASSIGNMENT

Write out five sentences and identify the adverb of reason

 

See also

DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY

IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION

ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY

ADVERBS OF MANNER

CONSONANT SOUNDS

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